A new month means a new focus for SGI and police in Saskatchewan.
During November police will target suspended drivers and unregistered vehicles on the roads.
Officers will be able to scan each vehicle they see using automated licence plate readers (ALPRs).
The ALPR will alert officers if a vehicle is not registered, is owned by a suspended driver or is reported stolen.
There are 138 SGI funded ALPRs already in use in Saskatchewan with 18 more planned to be introduced by March 2019.
SGI data shows 346 collisions, 173 injuries and one fatality involved suspended drivers or unregistered vehicles in 2017.
The provincial insurer denied 929 claims last year because of suspended drivers or unregistered vehicles.