With school back in session in Saskatchewan, SGI has come up with a report card for both students and drivers.
SGI’s Tyler McMurchy said they’ve got a school schedule for the first day back.
“First lesson is math, and the equation that we’re going to be teaching people is very simple; school zones plus speeding equals dangerous and expensive.”
McMurchy said as part of their program to get people to stay safe, they’ve issued a report card for last year.
“We some some average marks I would say in 2017, there were 20 collisions in school zones in the province, and that resulted in two pedestrian injuries,” McMurchy said. “There were also more than 18,000 convictions for speeding in school zones.”
There were also 71 convictions for disobeying a school bus signal in 2017.