C-24.2 - Highway Safety Code

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Not in force
202.2.1. As regards any person other than a person subject to section 202.2, operating or having the care or control of a heavy vehicle, emergency vehicle, taxi or automobile considered to be a taxi with alcohol present in the person’s body is prohibited.
That prohibition does not apply with regard to
(1)  an unmarked emergency vehicle;
(2)  a combination of road vehicles having a net mass in excess of 3,000 kg made up of a passenger vehicle drawing a travel trailer or a tent trailer;
(3)  a motor home; or
(4)  a heavy vehicle having a net mass of 3,000 kg or less on which it is not mandatory to affix an indication of danger plate in compliance with a regulation made pursuant to section 622.
Neither does the prohibition apply to persons who use an emergency vehicle to intervene while not on duty, or to volunteer firefighters.
2002, c. 29, s. 18; 2019, c. 182019, c. 18, s. 233.
Not in force
202.2.1. As regards any person other than a person subject to section 202.2, operating or having the care or control of a heavy vehicle, emergency vehicle or taxi with alcohol present in the person’s body is prohibited.
That prohibition does not apply with regard to
(1)  an unmarked emergency vehicle;
(2)  a combination of road vehicles having a net mass in excess of 3,000 kg made up of a passenger vehicle drawing a travel trailer or a tent trailer;
(3)  a motor home; or
(4)  a heavy vehicle having a net mass of 3,000 kg or less on which it is not mandatory to affix an indication of danger plate in compliance with a regulation made pursuant to section 622.
Neither does the prohibition apply to persons who use an emergency vehicle to intervene while not on duty, or to volunteer firefighters.
2002, c. 29, s. 18.