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by: hwybear on
Sat Oct 30, 2010 4:13 pm

Simon Borys wrote:But, there is a personal use exemption for pickup trucks with GVWR's under 6,000 kg, but that doesn't apply to a business.
Personal use exemption is only for logs and inspection reports
Above is merely a suggestion/thought and in no way constitutes legal advice or views of my employer.
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by: cid45468 on
Fri Aug 17, 2012 9:22 am

Just to add to this old thread, which I enjoyed reading btw.

The Heavy Truck Definition for The City of Toronto as expressed in by-law is

Unloaded Trucks over 3,000 kg or loaded trucks over 5,000 kg.

More Specifically,

BY-LAW No. 1409-2011 found here ( )

HEAVY VEHICLE or HEAVY TRUCK — A commercial motor vehicle having a weight when unloaded of three tonnes or more or when loaded of five tonnes or more and includes a school bus longer than eight metres and a road building machine, but does not include a passenger vehicle, an ambulance or any vehicle of a police or fire department.
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