V-1.2 - Act respecting off-highway vehicles

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1.1. Chapter II of this Act on mandatory equipment, Division I of Chapter IV on operators, and sections 28 to 30 prescribing traffic rules apply to off-highway vehicles or their operators, as applicable, when such vehicles are operated on public highways and in other places where the Highway Safety Code (chapter C-24.2) applies.
In addition to what is provided in the Highway Safety Code, the following provisions of that Code and the regulations made under them apply, with the necessary modifications, to the operation of off-highway vehicles on public highways and in other places where that Code applies:
(1)  sections 166.1 to 179 in Title IV on obligations in case of an accident;
(2)  sections 209.1 to 209.26 in Chapter III of Title V on penalties for driving without a licence or while disqualified;
(3)  sections 288 to 318 in Title VII on road and traffic signs and signals;
(4)  Title VIII on rules of the road in, in particular,
(a)  sections 320 to 397 and 402 to 443.7 in Divisions I, II, IV and V of Chapter II, except sections 421.1, 426 to 428, 432 and 440.1;
(b)  sections 460, 471 and 472, the first paragraph of section 473 and sections 474 to 474.2, 498 and 498.1; and
(c)  sections 504 to 519 in Chapter VII; and
(5)  sections 636 to 637, 642 and 643.
Where an offence under any of the provisions referred to in the second paragraph gives rise to demerit points, the rules under the Highway Safety Code in that respect as well as any attendant regulation apply.
2014, c. 12, s. 2; 2018, c. 72018, c. 7, s. 180.
1.1. Chapter II of this Act on mandatory equipment, Division I of Chapter IV on operators, and sections 28 to 30 prescribing traffic rules apply to off-highway vehicles or their operators, as applicable, when such vehicles are operated on public highways and in other places where the Highway Safety Code (chapter C-24.2) applies.
In addition to what is provided in the Highway Safety Code, the following provisions of that Code and the regulations made under them apply, with the necessary modifications, to the operation of off-highway vehicles on public highways and in other places where that Code applies:
(1)  sections 166.1 to 179 in Title IV on obligations in case of an accident;
(2)  sections 209.1 to 209.26 in Chapter III of Title V on penalties for driving without a licence or while disqualified;
(3)  sections 288 to 318 in Title VII on road and traffic signs and signals;
(4)  Title VIII on rules of the road in, in particular,
(a)  sections 320 to 397 and 402 to 443 in Divisions I, II and IV of Chapter II, except sections 421.1, 426 to 428, 432 and 440.1;
(b)  sections 460, 471 and 472, the first paragraph of section 473 and sections 474 to 474.2, 498 and 498.1; and
(c)  sections 504 to 519 in Chapter VII; and
(5)  sections 636 to 637, 642 and 643.
Where an offence under any of the provisions referred to in the second paragraph gives rise to demerit points, the rules under the Highway Safety Code in that respect as well as any attendant regulation apply.
2014, c. 12, s. 2; 2018, c. 72018, c. 7, s. 180.
1.1. Chapter II of this Act on mandatory equipment, Division I of Chapter IV on operators, and sections 28 to 30 prescribing traffic rules apply to off-highway vehicles or their operators, as applicable, when such vehicles are operated on public highways and in other places where the Highway Safety Code (chapter C-24.2) applies.
In addition to what is provided in the Highway Safety Code, the following provisions of that Code and the regulations made under them apply, with the necessary modifications, to the operation of off-highway vehicles on public highways and in other places where that Code applies:
(1)  sections 166.1 to 179 in Title IV on obligations in case of an accident;
(2)  sections 209.1 to 209.26 in Chapter III of Title V on penalties for driving without a licence or while disqualified;
(3)  sections 288 to 318 in Title VII on road and traffic signs and signals;
(4)  Title VIII on rules of the road in, in particular,
(a)  sections 320 to 397 and 402 to 443 in Divisions I, II and IV of Chapter II, except sections 421.1, 426 to 428, 432 and 440.1;
(b)  sections 460, 471 and 472, the first paragraph of section 473 and sections 474 to 474.2 and 498; and
(c)  sections 504 to 519 in Chapter VII; and
(5)  sections 636 to 637, 642 and 643.
Where an offence under any of the provisions referred to in the second paragraph gives rise to demerit points, the rules under the Highway Safety Code in that respect as well as any attendant regulation apply.
2014, c. 12, s. 2.
1.1. Chapter II of this Act on mandatory equipment, Division I of Chapter IV on operators, and sections 28 to 30 prescribing traffic rules apply to off-highway vehicles or their operators, as applicable, when such vehicles are operated on public highways and in other places where the Highway Safety Code (chapter C-24.2) applies.
In addition to what is provided in the Highway Safety Code, the following provisions of that Code and the regulations made under them apply, with the necessary modifications, to the operation of off-highway vehicles on public highways and in other places where that Code applies:
(1)  sections 166.1 to 179 in Title IV on obligations in case of an accident;
(2)  sections 209.1 to 209.26 in Chapter III of Title V on penalties for driving without a licence or while disqualified;
(3)  sections 288 to 318 in Title VII on road and traffic signs and signals;
(4)  Title VIII on rules of the road in, in particular,
(a)  sections 320 to 397 and 402 to 443 in Divisions I, II and IV of Chapter II, except sections 421.1, 426 to 428, 432 and 440.1;
(b)  sections 460, 471 and 472, the first paragraph of section 473 and sections 474 to 474.2 and 498; and
(c)  sections 504 to 519 in Chapter VII; and
(5)  sections 636 to 637, 642 and 643.
Where an offence under any of the provisions referred to in the second paragraph gives rise to demerit points, the rules under the Highway Safety Code in that respect as well as any attendant regulation apply.
2014, c. 12, s. 2.
This section comes into force on 17 December 2015 when it renders sections 209.1 to 209.2.1.2, 328.2, 422.1, 422.4, 434.2 and 434.5 of the Highway Safety Code applicable. (2014, c. 12, s. 63, par. 2).