Sled Registration & Insurance
All Saskatchewan snowmobile registration fees collected by SGI go to the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Fund administered by the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association (SSA). More than 80% of the registration fee goes to local snowmobile clubs to help maintain the province’s trail system. Costs including trail signage, shelter maintenance, trail grooming, and pre-season work to establish trails are just a few of the things supported. Registration fees are also used by the SSA to promote snowmobile safety programs, provide training for operators and volunteers, disaster relief, and trail system administration.
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What do you get with your registration?
Snowmobile registration provides:
- Use of over 10,500 kms of signed trail
- Access to shelters stocked with wood, fire starter, and solar power
- $200,000 liability insurance
- And contributes to:
- Public education programs
- Safety training programs
- Land and crop protection efforts
- The growth of local businesses
Snowmobile registrations can be purchased through one of over 400 SGI motor license issuers located in communities throughout Saskatchewan.
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Should you require assistance, or have any questions, a qualified insurance broker is always there to help you through the process. Have Questions? Click here for help. Or call 306-791-3474 to speak to a broker.
If you require additional insurance for your snowmobile, besides what is provided by the license plate, please contact SGI Canada. There are options to increase your liability as well as options for physical damage protection for your snowmobile. To locate a broker in your area, please refer to the Broker Location tool found at www.sgicanada.ca
Registration dollars alone are not enough to sustain Saskatchewan’s snowmobile trail system. These registration dollars support less than half of the total cost of trail system maintenance. Local snowmobile clubs and volunteers raise the remaining funds though various fund-raising events and sponsorships. Thanks to these volunteers and their efforts, our province enjoys one the most extensive, well maintained, and affordable trail systems in Canada.
Without registration you have no insurance. You are liable. You are putting yourself at risk.
Anyone born on or after January 1, 1989 must have completed the safety training course and hold a Snowmobile Safety Certificate. Without one you are subject to fines and your insurance may be invalid.