CONVICTION EQUIVALENCY TABLE

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1 Revised: Jan 0 CONVICTION EQUIVALENCY TABLE DRIVER/SPEEDING Driving at speed greater than is reasonable and prudent; speed too fast for conditions. Exceeding posted speed limit. Speeding - 0 km/h over posted limit. Speeding - 0 km/h over posted limit. Speeding - 0 km/h over posted limit. Speeding - 40 km/h over posted limit. Speeding 4-49 km/h over posted limit Speeding 50 km/h or greater over posted limit. Exceed 60 km/h when passing highway worker, emergency vehicle, and tow truck. Speeding up on being overtaken. Speed less than minimum impeding normal flow of traffic. Racing vehicles; contest of speed. Driving without due care and/or driving without reasonable consideration for others using roadway. Stunting. Inappropriate or dangerous stopping or leaving unattended a vehicle without removing the ignition key and locking the doors. Improper passing. Conviction Equivalency Table Section Page 0

2 Revised: Jan 0 DRIVER/SPEEDING.cont d Drive on left. Passing on left when unsafe. Passing left of solid line(s). Fail to overtake vehicle properly. Fail to yield to overtaking vehicle. Passing in no passing zone. Fail to obey traffic control device. Overtaking and passing vehicle stopped at crosswalk. Following vehicle too closely. Improper use; insufficient or no signal. Failure to turn on lights when required. Improper lane or location. Improper, dangerous or illegal turn; crossing a median strip or separation. Driving contrary to sign direction. Backing up when unsafe. Entering or leaving a limited access highway at places other than the ones prescribed. View of driver obstructed. Conviction Equivalency Table Section Page

3 Revised: Jan 0 DRIVER/ R/SPEEDING.cont d STOP SIGNS AND TRAFFIC LIGHTS: Failing to stop when flashing red light at intersection or crosswalk. Failure to obey stop sign; stop signal. Disobeying or passing a red light. Disobeying amber light. Fail to yield. Passing school bus; not stopping for school bus. Failure to obey railroad gates, signs or signals. Disobey emergency vehicle signal. Failure to slow down or move over near stopped official vehicle. Failing to stop when flashing red light at place other than intersection. DRIVER'S LIABILITIES Use of radar detection device where prohibited. Failure to stop on request of peace officer/police. Disobey police/peace officer directive or instruction. Failure to obey railroad crossing instructions. Conviction Equivalency Table Section Page

4 Revised: Jan 0 DRIVER S LIABILITIES IES.cont d Failing to report accident. Failing to stop at accident scene; leaving the scene of an accident. Failing to render assistance to injured person. No person holding a driver's licence may hold a driver's licence issued by another jurisdiction. Misuse licence. Operating a class of vehicle other than that specified on licence. Not complying with license restrictions or conditions. False statement or fail to furnish information. Violation involving the use of a seat belt; allowing more passengers than seat belts available. Fail to produce documentation; or to surrender revoked or suspended licence. Driving or allowing to drive a vehicle with a revoked or suspended licence. Refueling a school bus while occupied. Failure to turn on school bus flashing lights when prescribed. Inappropriate use of school bus flashing lights. Conviction Equivalency Table Section Page

5 Revised: Jan 0 DRIVER'S R'S LIABILITIES.cont d Failure to ascertain whether occupants of a school bus are seated when prescribed. Obstruct or block intersection. Using electronic communication equipment while driving. Possess/use a licence issued to another person. Possess an expired licence. Possess or use fictitious licence. Apply for or attempt to acquire a licence while suspended in another jurisdiction. Apply for a subsequent licence while holding a current valid licence. Mutilate, deface, alter or falsify a licence or registration or be in possession of such a licence or registration. HOURS OF SERVICE: Driver s Logs Exceeding maximum driving hours prescribed by regulation. Failing to maintain and update the daily log as prescribed in the regulation. Fraud - having two or more logs for the same period, or falsifying logs or other documents. Hindering a peace officer or an inspector in the performance of his duties, misleading him or refusing to provide him with any information or document he is entitled to require, regarding the hours of service requirements. Conviction Equivalency Table Section Page 4

6 Revised: Jan 0 HOURS OF SERVICE: Driver s Logs. cont d When the driver has exceeded the maximum number of driving hours, refusal to surrender licence and to allow a peace officer to take possession of the vehicle. Failing to keep at the prescribed location the logs and log related documents. Fail to have the daily log and/or supporting documents in his/her possession while driving the vehicle. Fail to produce daily log and/or supporting documents. Drive when driver s faculties are impaired to point of unsafe. Drive when driving would jeopardize public safety or health. Drive when subject to an out of service declaration. Drive when not in compliance with these regulations. Fail to take 8 consecutive off-duty hours after hours of driving time. Fail to take 8 consecutive off-duty hours after 4 hours of onduty driving. Drive after 6 hours have elapsed between off-duty periods. Fail to comply with off-duty hours at least 4 consecutive in 4 days. Fail to comply with off-duty hours at least 0 in a day. Fail to take off-duty hours at least aside from 8 consecutive. Fail to comply with off-duty hours after of driving or 5 on-duty (logging trucks). Conviction Equivalency Table Section Page 5

7 Revised: Jan 0 HOURS OF SERVICE: Driver s Logs cont d Excessive driving or on-duty hours (logging trucks). Fail to comply with off-duty hours at least periods offduty during 4 hours. Fail to comply with off-duty hours at least 7 consecutive hours off-duty. Fail to take 8 consecutive hours. Fail to comply with off-duty hours when not splitting daily off-duty time (single driver). Fail to comply with off-duty hours when not splitting daily off-duty time (team of drivers). Fail to follow cycle or cycle. Excessive hours cycle Excessive hours cycle Fail to comply with off-duty hours 4 consecutive hours after 70 hours on-duty. Drive after accumulating 0 hours of on-duty time during any 4 day period. Drive after accumulating 70 hours of on-duty time during any 7 day period. Switch from cycle to cycle without required off-duty hours. Switch from cycle to cycle without required off-duty hours. Conviction Equivalency Table Section Page 6

8 Revised: Jan 0 HOURS OF SERVICE: Driver s Logs cont d Fail to place copy of exemption in vehicle. Fail to provide a list of exempted commercial motor vehicles to the director. Fail to provide daily log and/or supporting documents for commercial motor vehicle in respect of which exemption applies. Fail to notify the director of an accident involving an exempted commercial vehicle. Fail to comply with conditions of exemption by director. Fail to monitor compliance. Fail to take immediate remedial action for non-compliance. Fail to have in possession the preceding 4 days of daily logs. Fail to make record. Fail to forward/produce/deposit/distribute daily logs and/or supporting documents as prescribed in the regulation. Drive after hours of accumulated driving time. Drive after 4 hours of accumulated on-duty time. Failure to comply with terms and conditions of a permit under these regulations. request/require/permit driver to drive when log book not up to date. Fail to provide information on electronic recording device. Conviction Equivalency Table Section Page 7

9 Revised: Jan 0 TRIP INSPECTION Failing to inspect vehicle or to have vehicle inspected or maintained according to regulation requirements. Failure to enter complete information on trip inspection report. Failing to keep trip inspection report in the vehicle. Failing to forward inspection report. Failing to report to the carrier any minor defects found on the vehicle or failing (carrier) to repair any minor defect reported by driver. Failing to report to the carrier any major defects found on the vehicle or failing (carrier) to repair any major defect reported by driver. Driving a vehicle which has a major defect discovered during an inspection. Putting back into operation after the prescribed repair delay a vehicle that carries a minor defect discovered during a trip inspection. Failure to submit the vehicle to the required mechanical inspection or operating a vehicle without valid inspection sticker. Failing to keep at the prescribed location the trip inspection reports, or the maintenance register, the proofs of repair and the other related documents. Hindering a peace officer or an inspector in the performance of their duties, misleading them or refusing to provide them with any information or document they are entitled to require regarding the trip inspection or maintenance requirements. Conviction Equivalency Table Section Page 8

10 Revised: Jan 0 TRIP INSPECTION.cont d Failure to ensure that a minor defect, of which the carrier is notified by a notice of defect issued by a vehicle manufacturer, is repaired in the prescribed delay. Failure to ensure that a major defect, of which the carrier is notified by a notice of defect issued by a vehicle manufacturer, is repaired in the prescribed delay. Failure to provide a paper or equivalent electronic copy of the required inspection report(s) on demand of an officer. Failure to retain the original copy of each vehicle inspection report and certification of repairs for at least 6 months from the date the report was prepared. Driver/Auth Person F/T prepare trip insp legible. EQUIPMENT: MECHANICAL DEFECTS Missing, faulty or inadequate light equipment, causing vehicle to be placed out of service. Missing, faulty or inadequate brakes, causing vehicle to be placed out of service. Defective or inadequate tires causing vehicle to be placed out of service. Trailer or semi-trailer not equipped with the prescribed chains, cables or other safety attachment devices, causing the vehicle to be placed out of service. Any other major defect, causing the vehicle to be placed out of service. Failure to affix on the vehicle a slow speed warning sign. Conviction Equivalency Table Section Page 9

11 Revised: Jan 0 EQUIPMENT: MECHANICAL DEFECTS.cont d Improper or inappropriate use of lights or lighting devices. Missing, faulty or inadequate light equipment NOT causing vehicle to be put out of service. Faulty or inadequate brakes, NOT causing vehicle to be put out of service. Defective or inadequate tires, NOT causing vehicle to be put out of service. Improper window glazing, or obstructed or crowded view, or improper windshield wiper or washer, NOT causing vehicle to be put out of service. Missing, faulty or inadequate muffler, NOT causing vehicle to be put out of service. Missing or inadequate mudguard, NOT causing vehicle to be put out of service. Missing or inadequate horn, or unnecessary use of horn, NOT causing vehicle to be put out of service. Missing speedometer or odometer, NOT causing vehicle to be put out of service. Missing bumpers, or bumpers not solidly attached to the vehicle, NOT causing vehicle to be put out of service. Seat belt removed, altered, or put out of service, NOT causing vehicle to be put out of service. Any other missing, defective or inadequate equipment, NOT causing vehicle to be put out of service. School bus not equipped with the prescribed markings and flashing lights. Conviction Equivalency Table Section Page 0

12 Revised: Jan 0 EQUIPMENT: MECHANICAL DEFECTS.cont cont d Driving a vehicle in which a television set is visible to the driver or while using headphones or earphones. Putting back into operation after the prescribed repair delay a vehicle that has not been repaired. Putting back into operation a vehicle that carries a major defect that has not been repaired. Delivering a confusing or false inspection certificate or sticker, or delivering such a document without the required authority. WEIGHT AND DIMENSIONS Operating an overweight or oversize vehicle without a special permit or while contravening special permit conditions. Failing to carry the special permit issued for an outsized vehicle while driving the vehicle. Refusal to drive a vehicle to a weighing station or any other suitable place, when requested by a sign, a signal or a peace officer. Failing to install a red flag, a reflector panel or a red light at the farthest point of a load extending beyond the rear of the vehicle. Operate a vehicle for which weight (either gross or axle) exceeds the maximum allowed in the jurisdiction by more than 000 kg. Allowing a vehicle to travel on a public highway when the gross weight exceeds the registration figures. Conviction Equivalency Table Section Page

13 Revised: Jan 0 WEIGHT AND DIMENSIONS.cont d Operate a vehicle which load exceeds the maximum dimensions allowed in the jurisdiction. Operate a vehicle with a size that exceeds the maximum dimension allowed in the jurisdiction. LOAD SECURITY Carrying a load that is placed, secured or covered in violation of the security of load requirements. Failing to comply with the request of a peace officer requiring that a vehicle of which the load may present a hazard, be impounded in a suitable place. Towing a trailer or semi-trailer not attached with the prescribed safety device(s) to the towing vehicle. DANGEROUS GOODS Any violation to the dangerous goods regulations. CRIMINAL CODE Criminal negligence causing death. 5 Criminal negligence causing injury. 5 Manslaughter. 5 Dangerous driving. 5 Dangerous driving causing injury. 5 Conviction Equivalency Table Section Page

14 Revised: Jan 0 CRIMINAL CODE.cont d Dangerous driving causing death. 5 Leaving the scene of an accident. 5 Impaired driving. 5 Blood alcohol exceeds Refuse breath/blood sample. 5 Impaired driving causing injury. 5 Impaired driving causing death. 5 Driving while disqualified. 5 MISCELLANEOUS Failure, by a carrier, to have a National Safety Code certificate or failure to use the National Safety Code number that has been assigned to the carrier. Failure to surrender, return or keep at the prescribed location, driver and vehicle related documents or records (other than hours of service or trip inspection). Hindering a peace officer or an inspector in the performance their duties, misleading or refusing to provide the officer with any information or document that the officer is entitled to require, regarding driver related documents or records (other than hours of service or trip inspection). Failure to comply with restrictions/conditions placed on a safety certificate. Unauthorized use plate/driver/permit/registrations. Conviction Equivalency Table Section Page

15 Revised: Jan 0 MISCELLANEOUS.cont d Failure to display plate/stickers/permit. Fraud convictions: provide false or fictitious name to a police officer or MVD upon application, knowingly make false statements or conceal information or misrepresent the facts. REGISTRATION Uninsured motor vehicle; driving without insurance. Operate or permit to operate improperly or unregistered motor vehicle. Conviction Equivalency Table Section Page 4

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