C-24.2, r. 34 - Regulation respecting licences

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30. Subject to the conditions attached thereto:
(1)  a driver’s licence of a class other than class 1 or 3 also allows the holder to drive a road vehicle covered by a licence of that class where that road vehicle hauls a trailer or semi-trailer, except where the vehicle is a truck tractor having 2 axles and a mass net of 4,500 kg or more or a truck tractor having 3 axles or more;
(2)  a class 3 driver’s licence also allows the holder to drive a road vehicle covered by a licence of that class where that road vehicle hauls a trailer or semi-trailer having
(a)  a net mass of less than 2,000 kg; or
(b)  a net mass of 2,000 kg or more but less than 4,500 kg and used solely for transporting the machinery, implements or fixtures with which it is permanently equipped;
(3)  a class 3, 4A, 4B, 4C or 5 driver’s licence also allows the holder to drive a bus designed to transport more than 24 passengers but containing not more than 3 passengers, for the sole purpose of repairing or moving it;
(4)  a class 4A, 4B, 4C or 5 driver’s licence also allows the holder to drive a road vehicle covered by a class 3, 4A, 4B or 4C driver’s licence, for the sole purpose of repairing or moving it;
(5)  a class 5 driver’s licence also allows the holder to drive a police vehicle within the scope of the basic training course of the École nationale de police du Québec;
(6)  a class 1, 2 or 3 driver’s licence also allows the holder to drive a road vehicle authorized by that class, for the sole purposes of learning to drive it or undergoing the proficiency examination of the Société, where that vehicle is equipped with a manual transmission or an air braking system even if the indication or indications to that effect are not entered in the licence holder’s file, provided that the licence holder is accompanied as required by section 99 of the Highway Safety Code (chapter C-24.2);
(7)  a class 1 driver’s licence also allows the holder to drive a road train of more than 25 m in length for the sole purpose of learning to drive it even if the indication to that effect is not entered in the licence holder’s file, provided that the licence holder is accompanied as required by section 99 of the Highway Safety Code.
O.C. 1421-91, s. 30; O.C. 922-2008, s. 22; O.C. 991-2014, s. 1.
30. Subject to the conditions attached thereto:
(1)  a driver’s licence of a class other than class 1 or 3 also allows the holder to drive a road vehicle covered by a licence of that class where that road vehicle hauls a trailer or semi-trailer, except where the vehicle is a truck tractor having 2 axles and a mass net of 4,500 kg or more or a truck tractor having 3 axles or more;
(2)  a class 3 driver’s licence also allows the holder to drive a road vehicle covered by a licence of that class where that road vehicle hauls a trailer or semi-trailer having
(a)  a net mass of less than 2,000 kg; or
(b)  a net mass of 2,000 kg or more but less than 4,500 kg and used solely for transporting the machinery, implements or fixtures with which it is permanently equipped;
(3)  a class 3, 4A, 4B, 4C or 5 driver’s licence also allows the holder to drive a bus designed to transport more than 24 passengers but containing not more than 3 passengers, for the sole purpose of repairing or moving it;
(4)  a class 4A, 4B, 4C or 5 driver’s licence also allows the holder to drive a road vehicle covered by a class 3, 4A, 4B or 4C driver’s licence, for the sole purpose of repairing or moving it;
(5)  a class 5 driver’s licence also allows the holder to drive a police vehicle within the scope of the basic training course of the École nationale de police du Québec;
(6)  a class 1, 2 or 3 driver’s licence also allows the holder to drive a road vehicle authorized by that class, for the sole purposes of learning to drive it or undergoing the proficiency examination of the Société, where that vehicle is equipped with a manual transmission or an air braking system even if the indication or indications to that effect are not entered in the licence holder’s file, provided that the licence holder is accompanied as required by section 99 of the Highway Safety Code (chapter C-24.2).
O.C. 1421-91, s. 30; O.C. 922-2008, s. 22.