T-11.2, r. 2 - Regulation respecting the training of qualified drivers

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13. Until 10 April 2021 and despite section 153 of the Act, a person who, on 9 October 2020, holds a taxi driver’s permit may drive an adapted automobile without having completed the advanced training on the transportation of persons with disabilities provided for in section 5 of this Regulation and having passed the examination on that training. Sections 154 and 155 of the Act do not apply to those drivers up to that date.
In addition, despite section 5, the advanced training on the transportation of persons with disabilities that the person referred to in the first paragraph must complete to offer remunerated passenger transportation by adapted automobile is for a period of 7 hours to the extent that that person complies with either of the following conditions as of 9 October 2020:
(1)  the person has undergone, in the last 5 years and in addition to the training on the transportation of persons with disabilities provided for in section 25.2 of the Taxi Transportation Regulation (chapter S-6.01, r. 3), as it read on 9 October 2020, further training, provided by or on behalf of a public body, and having the characteristics and particularities of a vehicle accessible to persons with disabilities referred to in subparagraph 3 of the second paragraph of section 22 of that Regulation;
(2)  the person holds a taxi owner’s permit attached to a vehicle mentioned in subparagraph 1 and certifies being one of the drivers.
The first paragraph of section 7 applies to an examination on the training provided for in the second paragraph of this section. A person who fails the examination may not benefit again from the relief provided for in that paragraph.
2020-19M.O. 2020-19, s. 13.
In force: 2020-10-10
13. Until 10 April 2021 and despite section 153 of the Act, a person who, on 9 October 2020, holds a taxi driver’s permit may drive an adapted automobile without having completed the advanced training on the transportation of persons with disabilities provided for in section 5 of this Regulation and having passed the examination on that training. Sections 154 and 155 of the Act do not apply to those drivers up to that date.
In addition, despite section 5, the advanced training on the transportation of persons with disabilities that the person referred to in the first paragraph must complete to offer remunerated passenger transportation by adapted automobile is for a period of 7 hours to the extent that that person complies with either of the following conditions as of 9 October 2020:
(1)  the person has undergone, in the last 5 years and in addition to the training on the transportation of persons with disabilities provided for in section 25.2 of the Taxi Transportation Regulation (chapter S-6.01, r. 3), as it read on 9 October 2020, further training, provided by or on behalf of a public body, and having the characteristics and particularities of a vehicle accessible to persons with disabilities referred to in subparagraph 3 of the second paragraph of section 22 of that Regulation;
(2)  the person holds a taxi owner’s permit attached to a vehicle mentioned in subparagraph 1 and certifies being one of the drivers.
The first paragraph of section 7 applies to an examination on the training provided for in the second paragraph of this section. A person who fails the examination may not benefit again from the relief provided for in that paragraph.
2020-19M.O. 2020-19, s. 13.