C-24.2, r. 32 - Regulation respecting safety standards for road vehicles

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SCHEDULE II
(s. 215)
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
In the schedule, "S" means service to be performed
Categories of road vehiclesMaintenance intervals
The vehicle must be serviced according to the annual mileage or to the number of months specified therein, whichever comes firstMonths34666612
Mileage   10,00020,00022,0005,000
Bus or other vehicles engaged in the transportation of schoolchildren, except a bus used for urban transport by a public transit authority S      
Bus except a school bus or a bus used for urban transport by a public transit authority S(1)      
Bus used for urban transport by a public transit authority      S(3) 
Tow truck S(1)      
Motorcycle       S
Trailer  S(1, 2)     
Taxi S      
Emergency vehicle whose GVWR is less than 7,258 kg except a fire department road vehicle    S   
Emergency vehicle whose GVWR is equal to or greater than 7,258 kg except a fire department road vehicle     S  
Fire department road vehicle   S    
Motorized road vehicle with a GVWR of 4,500 kg or more except an emergency vehicle S(1)      
Road vehicle used by a driving school S(1)      
Notes :
1. If the annual mileage is less than 20,000 km, the vehicle may be serviced every 6 months.
2. A trailer must be serviced every 6 months instead of every 4 months if the owner provides the Société with a copy of the directive he or she adopted concerning the application of the inspection provided for in Division II of Chapter IV, provided that the directive is complied with.
In addition to the standards provided for in Division II of Chapter IV, the directive must provide for the following points:
(1) a practical training for the drivers on the inspection, particularly on the items listed in section 194;
(2) a 10-minute period granted every day to drivers to inspect their vehicle;
(3) controls used by the owner to enforce inspection.
3. The inspection of brakes and tires is required every 10,000 km or according to the predictive system of the public transit authority. If the authority has such a system, it prevails over the requirement to inspect every 10,000 km.
O.C. 1483-98, Sch. II; O.C. 623-99, s. 29; O.C. 1049-2010, s. 18; 370-2016O.C. 370-2016, s. 108.
SCHEDULE II
(s. 215)
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
In this Schedule, “S” means service to be performed


Categories of road vehicles Maintenance intervals


The vehicle shall be Months 3 4 6 6 6 12
serviced according to
the annual mileage or Mileage 10 000 20 000 5 000
to the number of months
specified therein,
whichever comes first



Bus and other vehicle S
engaged in the
transportation of
schoolchildren


Bus except a school bus S(1)


Tow truck S(1)


Motorcycle S


Trailer S(1, 2)


Taxi S


Emergency vehicle whose S
GVWR is less than 7,258 kg,
7,258 kg excluding fire
department road vehicles


Emergency vehicle whose S
GVWR is 7,258 kg or more,
excluding fire department
road vehicles


Fire department road S
vehicle


Motorized road S(1)
vehicle with a gross
vehicle weight rating of
4,500 kg or more,
excluding emergency
vehicles


Road vehicle used by S(1)
a driving school

Notes:
1. If the annual mileage is less than 20,000 km, the vehicle may be serviced every 6 months.
2. A trailer shall be serviced every 6 months instead of every 4 months if the owner provides the Société with a copy of the directive he adopted concerning the application of the inspection provided for in Division II of Chapter IV, provided that the directive is complied with.
In addition to the standards provided for in Division II of Chapter IV, the directive shall provide for the following points:
a practical training for the drivers on the inspection, particularly on the items listed in section 192;
a 10-minute period granted every day to drivers to inspect their vehicles;
controls used by the owner to enforce inspection.
O.C. 1483-98, Sch. II; O.C. 623-99, s. 29; O.C. 1049-2010, s. 18.