Jamac News Services
During November’s Traffic Safety Spotlight, hundreds of people were caught driving with suspended licences or operating vehicles without valid insurance.
Police reported the following results:
• 302 offences for driving while suspended or disqualified;
• 519 tickets for operating a motor vehicle or trailer without a valid registration;
• 345 tickets for driving without a valid licence or failing to abide by licence restrictions;
In order to legally drive a motor vehicle on public roads in Saskatchewan, you need a valid (not suspended or expired) driver’s licence and your vehicle must have valid insurance (ie. up-to-date registration with SGI).
Think you can get away with it? #DoNotRiskIt.For more on this story, please see the Dec. 22 print edition of The Cross Roads.