Superior Autobody Shares Information About Saskatchewan Traffic Signs

Superior Auto Body Saskatoon has been in business since 1961, and we have been an SGI ELITE Autobody shop and have been SGI accredited since 1982. There are many reasons we have so many loyal longstanding clients from all over the city, but mostly it is the small, personal touches that we offer to people who have been unfortunate enough to require our services. We offer newer model courtesy cars and vans for our clients..and to help out we will also pick up your vehicle and take it to your SGI appointment for you and deliver the courtesy car to you at home. In our latest blog post, we discuss …In our latest accident prevention tips, we share important information everyone should know about Saskatchewan Traffic Signs from SGI. 

Do You Know Your Traffic Signs?

Many collisions and near crashes occur as a result of drivers who ignore or fail to respond appropriately to traffic signs. It is essential that the meaning of traffic signs be interpreted correctly. Signs are classified according to their function such as regulatory, warning and information.

The easiest way to identify traffic signs is to learn to recognize their shapes and colours. For safe driving, you must recognize and obey traffic signs without hesitation.

Basic Saskatchewan road signs every driver must know



The stop sign, a red octagon with white lettering, means come to a full stop and be sure the way is clear before proceeding.



Regulatory signs are white rectangles or squares with black or other coloured lettering. These signs state the law, such as speed limits, parking regulations and turning and passing movements.



Yield right of way signs are triangular and have a red border on a white background. A yield sign means you must reduce speed when approaching an intersection. Give right of way and stop if necessary if any other traffic is in, or closely approaching, the intersection.



Warning signs are diamond shaped and are yellow or orange with black letters or symbols. They warn of dangerous or unusual conditions ahead, such as a curve, turn, dip or side road.

Railway Crossing

Railway Crossing

The crossbuck is the traditional symbol at roadway-railway crossings. The colour of the crossbuck is the same as a yield sign and has the same meaning; give right of way and stop if necessary.


School Zone (New)

School Zone.

The new school zone signs have a pentagon shape, with a fluorescent yellow-green background ( old one are blue – these will all be replaced) and show a black silhouette of a schoolboy and a schoolgirl. When this sign has a “Maximum Speed” or “km/h During School Days” tab mounted underneath, it means the speed is to be observed as indicated.

Standard sign colours

Red  Red– Stop or prohibited

Blue Blue – General information or service road information

Green Green Indicates traffic movement such as turns which are permitted or directional guidance

Yellow Yellow – General warning danger/caution

Fluorescent yellow Fluorescent yellow –School zone and school crosswalk ahead signs

White White – Regulatory

Orange Orange – Construction and maintenance warning

A sign-conscious driver is a safe driver. Keep a constant look-out for signs as you move your eyes in the field of view ahead of you.

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