Free Commercial Vehicle Monitoring and Compliance Questions and Answers

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Who is responsible for the cost of impoundment including transfer of load, towing, storage, etc.

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The truck and bus operator is the person responsible for the operation of commercial motor vehicle. The operator is responsible for?

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It is the provincial legislation the regulates operators within each province, not the National Safety Code (NSC) standards.

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Trucks that have a gross weight or registered gross weight over _______ kg or tow trucks, regardless of weight, require a Commercial Vehicle Operators Registration (CVOR) certificate.

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What is the impound period for the second time a vehicle is found with critical defects within the previous 2 years?

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Commercial Vehicle Operators' Registration (CVOR) system monitors:

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Ontario-plated commercial motor vehicles operating in other provinces or in the United States must comply with the applicable legislation in each jurisdiction in which they operate.

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All operators travelling outside Ontario with vehicles having a gross vehicle weight (GVW) greater than 11,793 kilograms (kg) should register for the international Registraton Plan (IRP) and International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA)?

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The National Safety Code (NSC) was developed to establish a comprehensive of:

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What is the legal requirement for an operator of commercial motor vehicles to have a safety program?

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A Carrier Safety Rating is based on an operator's safety record, which includes?

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