SGI is reminding customers there are options available – including online services – to help minimize any possible service impacts resulting from a disruption in mail services.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers members have begun rotating strikes. Although impacts at this time are not being felt in Saskatchewan, SGI customers are encouraged to check the expiry date on their driver’s licence, vehicle registration or any SGI CANADA insurance policy they have to make arrangements to renew them as regular reminders will not be sent in the event of a postal disruption. This will ensure insurance coverage does not lapse.
Customers can continue to do business in person with motor licence issuers and SGI CANADA brokers. They can also complete driver’s licence payments and vehicle registration transactions online through MySGI.
“SGI’s priority is to continue meeting customers’ needs in the event of an interruption in mail services,” said Andrew Cartmell, President and CEO of SGI. “Anyone concerned about missing an important notification from us can sign up for MySGI and provide an email address. With a MySGI account, we can email out reminders and important notifications electronically, including reminders about driver’s licence and vehicle registration renewal dates.”
In addition to renewing vehicle registrations online through MySGI, customers can also track claims, make e-payments and print vehicle registration certificates from the convenience of their home.
For more information about how to avoid service delays in the event of a postal disruption, customers can call their broker or SGI’s Customer Service Centre at 1-844-TLK-2SGI (1-844-855-2744). SGI will share further details about options for customers to access SGI services as required.
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