Saskatchewan Drivers Licence

There are three stages to Saskatchewan’s Graduated Driver’s Licensing Program – Learner (Class 7), Novice 1 and Novice 2 (Class 5).


  • Must have an experienced supervising driver in the front passenger seat at all hours and the number of passengers are limited to the number of seatbelts. The passengers must be the immediate family members.
  • Cannot drive between midnight and 5:00 a.m.
  • May only drive outside the limits of a city, in a city as a learner.
  • Can be eligible to take the road test for Novice 1 after 9 months by having Mandatory education -- high school training (30 hours in-class, six hours in-car) or commercial training (six hours in-class, six hours in- car.
  • Cannot consume any amount of alcohol and drive (zero BAC).

Novice 1

  • Must stay in this stage for 6 months and six months excludes interruptions (non-renewal, refusal, suspension).
  • One passenger only who is not immediate family member; and other passengers must be immediate family members and are limited to number of seatbelts.
  • Cannot consume any amount of alcohol and drive (zero BAC).

Novice 2

  • Must stay in this stage for 12 months. 12 months excludes interruptions (non-renewal, refusal, suspension); and 12 months at-fault collision, traffic conviction and suspension free.
  • Number of passengers limited to number of seatbelts.
  • Cannot consume any amount of alcohol and drive (zero BAC).

What to bring to the Saskatchewan test center

  • You are required to show the proof of identity, proof of residency, a birth certificate, passport or immigration documents, a signature from a Saskatchewan Health card, a driver’s licence from a Canadian jurisdiction or any document acceptable to SGI.
  • If your name has changed due to marriage or for other reasons, please bring documentation to support the name change. (Photocopies are not acceptable).
  • You must come to the examination office with a vehicle that is in good mechanical condition, preferably the one which you expect to operate after you obtain your driver’s licence.
  • You must provide a Driver Education Certificate as proof of having completed the required driver education.
  • Prior to the road test, the vehicle will be checked by the Examiner. The road test will not be conducted if the vehicle is not in satisfactory mechanical condition.

Requirements for getting the licence

  • 16 years of age (15 years of age for high school program)
  • You must also have an acceptable knowledge of road signs, rules of the road and safe driving practices, and must pass the vision test.
  • Must pass the road test.

Website for Saskatchewan practice questions and driver handbook online

Saskatchewan Driving Licence Contact Information

For more information contact SGI’s Customer Service Centre in Regina at 306-775-6900, or toll free at 1-800-667-9868 or call 1-800-667-4686. To book an appointment, call toll free 1-800-667-5111 in southern Saskatchewan or 1-800-667-5105 in northern Saskatchewan.