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Motor Vehicle Tire Safety Regulations (SOR/2013-198)

Regulations are current to 2020-11-02 and last amended on 2020-02-04. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE 1(Paragraphs 6(3)(a) and (6)(a), subsection 7(1), paragraph 7(3)(a) and subparagraph 7(3)(b)(i))National Safety Mark and Tire Identification Numbers

Symbol for the national safety mark, consisting of the top half of a maple leaf attached to the bottom half of a circle.

Figure 1 — National Safety Mark

Diagram showing the groups of symbols that make up the tire identification number, with the tire identification number dimensions and symbol specifications.

Figure 2 — Tire Identification Number

Notes:
  • 1 For tires with a cross-section of less than 155 mm or a bead diameter of less than 330 mm, the minimum height of the characters in the tire identification number is 4 mm.

  • 2 The tire identification number must be in Futura Bold, Modified, Condensed characters or in Gothic characters.

  • 3 This drawing is not to scale.

Diagram showing the location of the tire identification number and the national safety mark on the sidewall of a tire, with the tire identification number dimensions and symbol specifications.

Figure 3 — Location of Tire Identification Number and National Safety Mark

  • SOR/2020-22, s. 32
 
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