Drivers in Saskatchewan still need to put the brakes on their bad behaviour.
SGI released the traffic statistics for the month of September and there were 277 impaired driving charges laid.
Saskatchewan has the worst rates of drunk driving in Canada.
Police also issued 549 tickets for distracted driving and 417 of those were for using a cellphone.
Each month SGI issues a traffic focus and in September it was school zone safety.
Drivers must slow to the designated posted speed at certain times and on certain days in communities across Saskatchewan.
In the month, 439 speeding tickets were issued by police officers, a further 1,542 were issued by photo radar in school zones.
SGI is reminding drivers that consequences for speeding in a school zone are serious – fines start at $140 and increase for every km/h over the limit.
The traffic focus for October is distracted driving. In November police will be on the lookout for suspended drivers and unregistered vehicles.