C-24.2, r. 47.1 - Regulation respecting low-speed vehicles

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37. Anchorages that attach the seat belts to the low-speed vehicles must be installed for each seating position.
The anchorages must be able to withstand
(1)  a force of 10,000 N applied simultaneously to the pelvic restraint and the upper torso restraint during a test carried out following the method provided for in section 210 of Schedule IV to the Motor Vehicle Safety Regulations (C.R.C., c. 1038); or
(2)  a head-on collision at 40 km/h into a fixed barrier.
In both cases, the anchorages must not separate completely from the vehicle structure or seat structure. However, a deformation of the vehicle at the anchorage points is allowed during the test if the test shows that no part of the vehicle would have come into contact with the occupant of the seat seating in normal position (medium).
752-2017O.C. 752-2017, s. 37.
In force: 2017-07-19
37. Anchorages that attach the seat belts to the low-speed vehicles must be installed for each seating position.
The anchorages must be able to withstand
(1)  a force of 10,000 N applied simultaneously to the pelvic restraint and the upper torso restraint during a test carried out following the method provided for in section 210 of Schedule IV to the Motor Vehicle Safety Regulations (C.R.C., c. 1038); or
(2)  a head-on collision at 40 km/h into a fixed barrier.
In both cases, the anchorages must not separate completely from the vehicle structure or seat structure. However, a deformation of the vehicle at the anchorage points is allowed during the test if the test shows that no part of the vehicle would have come into contact with the occupant of the seat seating in normal position (medium).
752-2017O.C. 752-2017, s. 37.