Transportation Information Regulations
(a) its make, model and model year;
(b) the vehicle identification number assigned by its manufacturer;
(c) the type, output and year of construction of its engine;
(d) the fuel type it used and its fuel consumption, broken down by province;
(e) its transmission type;
(f) its base location;
(g) the types of aerodynamic aids and other technologies, if any, used for the purpose of enhancing the vehicle’s fuel efficiency or reducing its fuel consumption;
(h) the type of its tires, such as low rolling resistance tires, tires with a central inflation system or single-wide tires;
(i) information as to whether it has an auxiliary power unit and, if so, the number of hours that the unit was used and the unit’s power source;
(j) the number of kilometres it travelled; and
(k) its tare weight.
(2) A motor carrier must provide to the Minister information about each trailer in its fleet, including
(a) its make, model, type and year of construction;
(b) the types of aerodynamic aids and other technologies, if any, used for the purpose of enhancing the vehicle’s fuel efficiency or reducing its fuel consumption;
(c) the type of its tires, such as low rolling resistance tires, tires with a central inflation system or single-wide tires; and
(d) its tare weight.
(3) A motor carrier must provide to the Minister information about its revenues, expenses and operations, including
(a) the revenues by type of service, type of movement and region of pickup, the non-trucking operating revenues and the investment revenues;
(b) detailed operating expenses, including the labour, fuel, maintenance, insurance, utilities and depreciation expenses;
(c) the cost of purchased transportation;
(d) the number of units that make up its fleet;
(e) the distance travelled;
(f) the number of drivers, owner-operators and other personnel the carrier employs; and
(g) the amount of fuel consumed.
(4) A level I motor carrier, level II motor carrier, level III motor carrier or level IV motor carrier must provide to the Minister information about its shipments, including
(a) the number of shipments inscribed on its shipping documents;
(b) the types of trips;
(c) the origin and destination of the trips;
(d) the types of commodities;
(e) information as to whether or not each commodity is a dangerous good and, if it is, the UN number assigned to it by the United Nations Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods;
(f) the mass of the commodities; and
(g) the revenues realized by the motor carrier for the transportation of the commodities or the transportation of individual shipments.
(5) A motor carrier referred to in column I of Schedule IV.1 must provide to the Minister the details relating to the information required by subsections (1) to (4) that are provided for in the form referred to in column II for the reporting period set out in column III before the end of the day set out in column IV.
- SOR/2013-196, s. 13.
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