Motor Vehicle Safety Regulations
1200 [Repealed, SOR/96-360, s. 1]
(a) the Safety Standards for Snowmobile Product Certification, SSCC/11, published by the Snowmobile Safety and Certification Committee, Inc., dated February 6, 2003, except that the following provisions do not apply:
(b) the Detailed Standards and Testing Specifications and Procedures, SSCC/11 Supplement, published by the Snowmobile Safety and Certification Committee, Inc., dated February 6, 2003, except that the following provisions do not apply:
(1.1) When a snowmobile is tested, instead of using the version of the approved tests set out in the Supplement referred to in paragraph (1)(b), the manufacturer may use the version of those tests that is in effect on January 1 of the calendar year in which the snowmobile is manufactured.
(2) Notwithstanding the definition Designed or Designed to referred to in section 4 of the Standards referred to in subsection (1) and for the purposes of those Standards and the Supplement referred to in that subsection, Designed and Designed to shall mean designed and constructed in such a manner so as to conform to the performance requirements of those documents under normal conditions of operation.
(3) The use of the word “should” in paragraph 10c.(4) of the Standards referred to in subsection (1) and of the word “will” in those Standards and the Supplement referred to in that subsection shall be considered to create an obligation.
(4) The reference to the Supplement referred to in subsection (1) shall be interpreted as excluding the statements that set out a recommended practice or guideline by using, for example, the auxiliary “should”.
(5) The statement required pursuant to paragraph 12c.(2) of the Standards referred to in subsection (1), the information specified on the label or plaque that must be affixed to a snowmobile pursuant to paragraph 12c.(6) of those Standards and any instructions that are provided with a snowmobile shall be provided in both official languages.
(6) Every snowmobile shall be equipped with the emergency stop switch set out in the Standards referred to in subsection (1) and headlamps that are on continuously when the engine of the snowmobile is operating.
- SOR/87-497, s. 3;
- SOR/87-660, s. 6;
- SOR/96-360, s. 2;
- SOR/97-532, s. 4;
- SOR/2000-182, s. 9;
- SOR/2003-359, s. 5.
Snowmobile Cutters (Standard 1202)
(2) Snowmobile cutters shall be equipped with the following reflex reflectors, located not more than 760 mm above the ground measured to the centre of the reflex reflectors with the cutter at curb mass:
(ii) reflex reflectors that have a minimum area, as projected in side elevation, of 100 cm2 and that are composed of Class 1 or 3 reflective materials, as specified in Canadian General Standards Board Standard CGSB 62-GP-11M, Marking Material, Retroreflective Enclosed Lens, Adhesive Backing (May 1978), of any colour or combination of colours set out in Table 1 of that Standard and with a reflective intensity value of Level 1 as specified in Table 2 of that Standard.
- SOR/2003-359, s. 6.
1203. to 1206 [Repealed, SOR/87-660, s. 6]
1207. to 1209 [Repealed, SOR/2003-359, s. 7]
1210. and 1211 [Repealed, SOR/87-660, s. 8]
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