SGI - Driver abstracts
To insure your vehicle in another jurisdiction, you may be asked to provide proof of your driving history and proof of vehicles registered and insured in your name.
Saskatchewan provides this information through a driver abstract, sometimes referred to in other jurisdictions as a Letter of Experience.
Components of a driver abstract
Driver abstracts include the following information:
- Driver record information - this is a complete record of your accidents or convictions. If you have had no accidents or convictions, your driver information area will indicate NIL.
- Plate record information - this is a record of any vehicles registered to you.
Note: If your vehicle is registered in joint names and you need proof that the vehicle was registered and insured in Saskatchewan, you'll need to request a plate record under the joint name, in addition to the individual driver abstract.
Driver abstracts include a minimum of 5 years of driving and/or registration history. However, you can request an abstract from as far back as Jan. 1, 1995 if required.
been a Saskatchewan resident for less than 5 years, your abstract will include information equal to the time you were a Saskatchewan resident.
The fee for each abstract is $15. Payment is required with each request.
How to get a driver abstract
You can request a driver's abstract by:
Fax - 306-775-6681
Complete the Driver Abstract Request form (pdf, 563 kb). Be sure to provide your credit card number and expiry date on the form. Your abstract will be processed within 24 hours and will either be faxed or mailed to you, as per your instructions on the form.
All applications requested online through MySGI will be mailed to your last address on file with SGI.
Drop off your form at any motor licence issuer.
Mail your form, along with a cheque or money order payable to SGI, to:
SGI Driver Abstracts 2260 - 11th Ave.
Regina, SK S4P 2N7
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