C-11.4 - Charter of Ville de Montréal, metropolis of Québec

Full text
123. The city may regulate road service and vehicle towing in any part of its territory not covered by a regulation made by the Government for that purpose under the Act respecting the Ministère des Transports (chapter M‐28).
To regulate road service and vehicle towing, the city may, by by-law,
(1)  require that the appropriate permit issued by the city be held by persons operating or using a road service vehicle in its territory;
(2)  establish classes of permits based on the classes of road service vehicles established under subparagraph 6;
(3)  determine the qualifications and knowledge required of applicants for a permit, the term and other conditions applying to the issue and renewal of permits, and the information and documents to be provided by applicants;
(4)  determine the subject matter for the examinations to be taken by all permit applicants, the nature of the examinations and the pass mark;
(5)  determine the grounds on which the issue or renewal of permits may be refused, or on which permits may be suspended or revoked;
(6)  establish classes of road service vehicles and prescribe the characteristics of each class;
(7)  prescribe, for each class of road service vehicle, the mandatory accessories, devices and equipment for the vehicles in that class;
(8)  fix, according to the classes of towed vehicles it determines, the rates that may be charged by permit holders;
(9)  prescribe the obligations of permit holders including, in particular, the manner in which permit holders are to conduct themselves when dealing with customers; and
(10)  prescribe the books, registers and records to be kept by permit holders.
2000, c. 56, Sch. I, s. 123.