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Landscape Ontario Presentation

P r e s e n t e d b y T h e M i n i s t r y o f T r a n s p o r t a t i o n


Landscape Ontario

What to expect when you are stopped by the MTO

The first thing an officer will ask you for

is all of your documents such as:

Drivers License

Registration

Proof of Insurance

Commercial Vehicle Operators Registration (CVOR)

Daily Trip Inspection accompanied with Schedule 1


Drivers license
Drivers License

What type of Drivers Licence is required?


Drivers license1
Drivers License

  • CLASS A

  • Any combination of a

  • motor vehicle and a

  • towed vehicle where the

  • towed vehicle exceeds

  • a gross weight of 4600 kilograms

More then

4600 kg/10120 lbs


Drivers license2
Drivers License

  • Class D

  • Any motor vehicle exceeding 11,000 kilograms gross weight or registered gross weight.

  • Any combination of a motor vehicle exceeding a total gross weight or registered gross weight of 11,000 kilograms.

  • Towed vehicles not exceeding a total gross weight of 4,600 kilograms


Drivers license3
Drivers License

  • Class G

    Any motor vehicle not exceeding 11,000 kilograms gross weight or registered gross weight, and

    Any combination of a motor vehicle not exceeding a total gross weight or registered gross weight of 11,000 kilograms.

    Towed vehicles where the towed vehicles do not exceed a total gross weight of 4,600 kilograms


Proof of insurance
Proof of Insurance

  • Make sure your insurance

  • is valid and up to date.

  • An original copy must be surrendered.

  • Either vehicle specific

  • or company specific


Commercial vehicle operators registration
Commercial Vehicle Operators Registration

  • CVOR is NOT

  • Commercial motor vehicle, other than a bus, having a gross weight or registered gross weight of not more than 4,500 kilograms, an ambulance, a fire apparatus,

  • a hearse, a casket wagon, a mobile crane, a motor home

  • or a vehicle commonly known

  • as a tow truck,

More then 4500 KG

CVOR is required


Commercial vehicle operators registration1
Commercial Vehicle Operators Registration

  • Exemptions

  • A pick-up truck is exempt from the requirements if,

  • it is being used for personal purposes without compensation; and

  • (b) it is not carrying, or towing a trailer that is carrying, commercial cargo or tools or equipment of a type normally used for commercial purposes.

Gross vehicle weight rating

of 6,000 kilograms or less


Commercial vehicle operators registration2
Commercial Vehicle Operators Registration

  • CHANGES

  • Starting December 1, 2008

  • All CVOR certificates will be assigned an expiry date

  • Existing (non-expiring) certificates are being

  • assigned an expiry date over a two-year transition period

  • Carriers converted in the first year of the transition period will receive an expiry date of two years. Carriers converted in year two will have a one year expiry assigned

  • After transition, annual renewal will be required for all operators except those operators with carrier safety ratings of "satisfactory" or "excellent".

  • These operators will only be required to renew their certificate every two years.


Permits and registered gross weight
Permits and Registered Gross Weight

The registered gross weight (RGW) determines the fee paid for truck licence plates. The truck's RGW is based on, and must be at least equal to the actual weight of the truck, or truck and trailer and load.

The RGW is indicated on the right portion (plate portion) of a truck's ownership, to the right of "REG. GROSS WT


Determining registered gross weights
Determining Registered Gross Weights

  • If the trailer weighs more than 2,800 kg (6,171 lb.);

  • Register the truck for at least the

  • combined weight of the truck and trailer, weights A and B.

  • If the trailer weighs 2,800 kg (6,171 lb.) or less;

  • Register the truck for at least the weight of the truck

  • (weight B), which includes trailer tongue weight.

  • Weight transmitted directly to the ground, by the trailer,

  • is not included in the RGW.


Determining registered gross weights1
Determining Registered Gross Weights

  • Example # 1

  • The trailer weighs

  • more then 2800 kg

  • Minimum registered

  • Gross Weight is 6000 kg

3000 kg

3000 kg


Determining registered gross weights2
Determining Registered Gross Weights

  • Example # 2

  • The trailer weighs

  • less then 2800 kg

  • Minimum Registered Gross Weight is 3000 kg

3000 kg

2000 kg


Annual inspection certificates

Over 4500 kg

Annual Inspection Certificates

  • An annual safety inspection (PMCVI) is required if:

  • the truck's

  • actual weight, RGW or GVWR exceeds

  • 4,500 kilograms (9,920 lbs)


Annual inspection certificates1
Annual Inspection Certificates

An annual safety inspection is required if:

  • the actual weight of the truck,

  • +

  • actual weight of the towed trailer or trailers

  • exceeds 4,500 kilograms, or

  • the GVWR of the truck,

  • +

  • GVWR of the towed trailer or trailers

  • exceeds 4,500 kilograms

Combined over 4500 kg both Truck and Trailer

require inspections


Daily vehicle inspection
Daily Vehicle Inspection

  • Purpose

  • The purpose of daily vehicle inspection is to ensure

  • the early identification of vehicle problems and defects

  • before the vehicle is operated on the highway.

  • Inspections prevent the operation of a vehicle with

  • conditions that are likely to cause or contribute

  • to the severity of an accident


Daily vehicle inspection1
Daily Vehicle Inspection

  • Vehicles that require Inspections

  • A truck that has a RGW or an actual weight over 4,500 kg (9,920 lbs).

  • A truck and trailer combination if a truck has a RGW over 4,500 kg or a truck's actual weight, with the trailer attached is over 4,500 kg.

CVOR Vehicles



Daily vehicle inspection3
Daily Vehicle Inspection

  • Pre-trip report must include:

  • Licence plate# & jurisdiction

  • Operator’s name

  • Date & time of inspection

  • Location where inspection took place (city, town, village)

  • Printed name of inspector

  • Odometer reading if applicable

  • Statement as to whether major or minor defects found

  • Statement by inspector that vehicle was inspected in accordance with ONT REG 199/07


Daily vehicle inspection4
Daily Vehicle Inspection

  • Schedule 1 must be included

  • Operators responsibility to supply to driver

  • List Major and Minor Defects


Cargo securement
Cargo Securement

  • Light Vehicles

“Light Vehicle” means

An automobile, truck or van that weighs 4,500 kilograms or less shall be secured as general provisions in Part 1 NSC 10


Cargo securement1
Cargo Securement

  • Requirements for a light Vehicle

    A light vehicle shall be

    restrained at both the front and rear from moving sideways, forward, rearward and vertically using a minimum of 2 tiedowns.

2 tiedowns


Cargo securement2
Cargo Securement

  • Heavy Vehicles

A vehicle that weighs more than 4,500 kilograms, OR

Equipment or machinery that operates on wheels or tracks and weighs more than 4,500 kilograms


Cargo securement3
Cargo Securement

  • Requirements for a Heavy Vehicle

A heavy vehicle with crawler tracks or wheels shall be restrained against moving sideways, forward, rearward and vertically by at least 4 tiedowns, each with a working load limit of at least 2,268 kilograms, and,

Each attached, as close as practical, at the front and rear of the vehicle or to mounting points on the vehicle that are specifically designed for that purpose,

Accessory equipment on a heavy vehicle, including a hydraulic shovel, shall be completely lowered and secured to the vehicle.

National Safety Code, Standard 10

For more information, visit www.ccmta.ca


Cargo securement4
Cargo Securement

  • Welded Steel Chain – Working Load Limit

On and after January 1, 2010, a person shall not use a tiedown or a component of a tiedown to secure cargo to a vehicle unless it is marked by the manufacturer with respect to its working load limit.

National Safety Code, Standard 10

For more information, visit www.ccmta.ca


Cargo securement5
Cargo Securement

  • A full trailer shall be coupled to the frame or an extension of the frame of a truck tractor or trailer with a safety connecting device that will prevent the full trailer from breaking loose in the event the tow bar fails or becomes disconnected.

  • Safety Chain Requirements

  • Minimum slack to provide articulation

  • EACH CHAIN must have the ultimate breaking strength equal to the trailer or trailers being towed

  • Connected to prevent the tow bar from dropping to the ground

  • Equipped with hooks that will not become disconnected

  • Trailers – Secondary Means of Attachment

National Safety Code, Standard 10

For more information, visit www.ccmta.ca


Cargo securement6
Cargo Securement

A full trailer must be equipped with a Breakaway Device, so that if the tow bar somehow becomes dislodged the trailer can still come to a stop

  • Breakaway Device

National Safety Code, Standard 10

For more information, visit www.ccmta.ca


Cargo securement7
Cargo Securement

  • General Cargo Securement

Gas cans, rakes, shovels, tools etc.

HTA, Section 111 (2) - No person shall operate or permit to be operated upon a highway a motor vehicle that carries a load or draws a vehicle that carries a load unless the load is loaded, bound, secured, contained or covered so that no portion of the load may become dislodged or fall, leak, spill or blow from the vehicle.

Cargo means all articles or material carried by a vehicle, including those used in the operation of the vehicle

National Safety Code, Standard 10

For more information, visit www.ccmta.ca


New legislation
New Legislation

  • Mandatory Truck Speed Limiters

  • Starting January 1, 2009,

  • most large trucks driven in Ontario will be required to use electronic speed limiters that cap their speed at a maximum of 105 kilometres per hour


New legislation1
New Legislation

  • Which vehicles

  • are required to have speed limiters?

  • All commercial vehicles 1995 and newer, with a manufactures weight rating of 11794 kg and more



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