In 2016 there were more than 124,000 convictions related to speeding in Saskatchewan.

And excessive speed is one of the leading factors in traffic related deaths and injuries. On Saskatchewan highways in 2016 , 22 people died and 579 people were injured in motor vehicle accidents where speed was a factor.

Shaunavon RCMP have issued their Calls for Service for the months of March and April of 2018, with results showing traffic violations and traffic accidents topped their list of calls over the two months.

On May first of this year, speeding ticket prices have increased significantly through SGI and Shaunavon RCMP remind motorists to slow down, particularly in school zones where speed limits are twenty five kilometers per hour.

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