SGI Vehicle History
What is SGI?
The Saskatchewan Auto Fund is the province's compulsory auto insurance program, operating the driver licensing and vehicle registration system. The Auto Fund is financially self-sustaining, operating on a break-even basis over time. It does not receive money from, nor pay dividends to, the government.
SGI CANADA is the trade name of the property and casualty insurance division of Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) which offers products in 5 Canada's provinces. It operates SGI CANADA in Saskatchewan, SGI CANADA Insurance Services Ltd. in Alberta, Manitoba and British Columbia, and Coachman Insurance Company in Ontario. Products are sold through a network of independent insurance brokers.
What is an SGI History Report?
The SGI History Report is a vehicle report that informs potential buyers about key events, alterations, or registrations that would impact the value, roadworthiness, or safety of a car they may be considering. In some ways, an SGI History Report contains information similar to a CarFax or CarProof report.
What Details are Included in an SGI History Report?
- The status of the vehicle (if any).
- Its most recent Saskatchewan registration expiry date.
- Its damage claims history in Saskatchewan since Nov. 1, 2002.
- Whether the Saskatchewan PST is payable.
The results only include claims paid under SGI's Auto Fund licence plate insurance.
This search does not provide information about any inspection requirements or check to see if a vehicle has been reported stolen in other Canadian jurisdictions. If you wish to know if the status of a vehicle is stolen, you can check on the Canadian Police Information (CPI) Centre national search or request a Cross-Canada VIN search. If you want to know whether a vehicle requires an inspection you can find out with a Cross-Canada VIN search.
Note: Always ensure you know the history of any vehicle purchased from the U.S.
What You'll Need
To look up the vehicle's history you'll need the VIN.
What is a VIN?
VIN is short for Vehicle Identification Number. Every car receives a unique code when it's manufactured, which serves as a car's distinctive identifier or fingerprint. A VIN is normally printed on a single line and consists of 17 characters that are made up of both numbers and letters. The VIN characters provide useful information about the vehicle, for instance; the year, country, make and model, serial number, and factory where the car was manufactured.
How to find your VIN
Most passenger cars and trucks feature the VIN on the dashboard in front of the driver. It's also located on the driver's side door pillar, more specifically. Other locations include inside of the hood, or on the engine. You may also find it on your vehicle registration certificate.
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