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This is Snowmobile Safety Week.

Sergeant Jeremy Knodel of Combined Traffic Services Saskatchewan reminds snowmobilers their teams are working to keep people safe on the roads and trails but can’t be everywhere. He asks you to help contribute to trail safety by wearing proper protective equipment and weather appropriate clothing, don’t ride impaired, register your snowmobile and check local trail conditions.  Always share your snowmobiling plans with someone before you head out, pack extra supplies and ensure your cell phone is charged.


Sergeant Knodel emphasizes riders must have their snowmobile registered before they ride it on public roads where allowed, in ditches, other highway rights of way, provincial parks, crown land, designated snowmobile trails or on rivers or lakes.  He also reminds you consuming alcohol or drugs in warm up shelters is not permitted and someone violating this could be issued a 250 dollar fine adding this is in addition to the obvious dangers associated with impaired driving.

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