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

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125. If a vehicle whose width exceeds 2 m must come to a stop on the road or shoulder of a public road, the drive shall signal its presence with the hazard lights. The driver shall also place flares, reflectors or lamps as follows:
(1)  a warning device shall be placed on the roadway, about 3 m from the rear of the vehicle, in the extension of the left side of the vehicle;
(2)  a second warning device shall be placed on the roadway, about 30 m from the rear of the vehicle, in line with the first device;
(3)  a third warning device shall be placed on the roadway, about 30 m from the front of the vehicle, in the extension of the left side of the vehicle.
On the roadway of a divided highway, a one-way road or other public roads where it is impossible for vehicles to meet, the driver shall place the flares, reflectors or lamps as follows:
(1)  a warning device shall be placed on the roadway, about 3 m from the rear of the vehicle, in the extension of the left side of the vehicle;
(2)  a second warning device shall be placed on the roadway, about 30 m from the rear of the vehicle, in line with the first device;
(3)  a third warning device shall be placed on the roadway, about 60 m from the rear of the vehicle, in line with the others.
The flares shall be replaced as required to provide constant warning.
Flares shall not be used as emergency warning signals on vehicles engaged in the transportation of flammable or explosive substances.
O.C. 1483-98, s. 125; 370-2016O.C. 370-2016, s. 72.
125. If a vehicle whose width exceeds 2 m must come to a stop on the road or shoulder of a public road, the drive shall signal its presence with the hazard lights. The driver shall also place flares or reflectors as follows:
(1)  a warning device shall be placed on the roadway, about 3 m from the rear of the vehicle, in the extension of the left side of the vehicle;
(2)  a second warning device shall be placed on the roadway, about 30 m from the rear of the vehicle, in line with the first device;
(3)  a third warning device shall be placed on the roadway, about 30 m from the front of the vehicle, in the extension of the left side of the vehicle.
On the roadway of a divided highway, a one-way road or other public roads where it is impossible for vehicles to meet, the driver shall place the flares or reflectors as follows:
(1)  a warning device shall be placed on the roadway, about 3 m from the rear of the vehicle, in the extension of the left side of the vehicle;
(2)  a second warning device shall be placed on the roadway, about 30 m from the rear of the vehicle, in line with the first device;
(3)  a third warning device shall be placed on the roadway, about 60 m from the rear of the vehicle, in line with the others.
The flares shall be replaced as required to provide constant warning.
Flares shall not be used as emergency warning signals on vehicles engaged in the transportation of flammable or explosive substances.
O.C. 1483-98, s. 125.