The Conviction Code Table lists offences applicable to commercial motor vehicle operators and their drivers.
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An officer may lay a charge against a driver or carrier/operator. Convictions resulting from charges are recorded on a carrier’s CVOR abstract with point values based on severity. Point values have been determined in consultation with a wide range of industry/insurance/provincial and federal committee representatives/predictive studies. The primary objective is to monitor the safety performance of carriers most likely to become involved in future collisions. Point values for those convictions that have occurred in Ontario can be found on the Ontario Convictions sheet.
Convictions for offences that occurred in other Canadian jurisdictions are received by MTO via a data exchange system with a CCMTA code and a general description of the offence grouped in this code category. Only those out of province convictions that occurred after April 1, 2007 will appear on a CVOR carrier abstract. These convictions groupings can be found on the CCMTA Equivalency sheet.
All convictions that are administrative in nature are zero pointed.
A brief description on the headings that appear on one or both the Ontario Convictions Table and the CCMTA Equivalency Table are found below:
Acts, Regulations, Bylaws and Their Descriptions (first three spaces on the offence code)
|HTA||Highway Traffic Act||590||Ontario Food Terminal Regulation 704|
|CCC||Criminal Code Canada||592||Carrier Act|
|LLA||Liquor Licence Act||593||St Clair Parkway, St Lawrence Parks|
|229||Government Property Traffic Act||597||Transportation Dangerous Goods – Federal|
|247||Airport Traffic Regulations||628||Truck Transportation Act|
|277||Airport Concession Regulations||631||Contravene MVTA87|
|284||Licence Invalid Regulations||710||Speeding, Niagara Parks|
|291||Speeding Regulations||717||Snow Vehicle Regulation|
|320||Speeding Regulations||754||Comprehensive Road Safety Act|
|508||Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act (MVACA) and (CAIA)||803||Fail to Cover Load Regulation|
|508||Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act (CAIA) and MVACA||804||Improper Class of Licence Regulation|
|509||Conservation Regulation 179||805||Driving Instructor Regulation|
|512||Corporate Tax Act||806||Brakes Inadequate Regulation|
|513||Dangerous Goods Act||807||Motor Cycle Regulation|
|519||Environmental Protection Act||808||Parking Infraction Regulation|
|523||Fuel Tax Act||810||Safety Brakes Regulation|
|524||Game and Fish Act||811||School Bus Regulation|
|530||Various HTA Regulations||812||Securing Children Regulation|
|533||Auto Insurance Act||813||Trailer Fastening Regulation|
|537||Liquor Control Act||832||Public Commercial Vehicle Act|
|543||Motor Vehicle Accident Claim||833||Environmental Protection Act|
|544||Motorized Snow Vehicle Act||834||Dangerous Goods Transportation Act|
|549||Motor Vehicle Transportation Act||835||Truck Transportation Act (Way Bills)|
|552||Off Road Vehicle Regulations||886||Display Notice/Sign Regulation|
|567||Regulation 491 Speeding||888||Public Vehicle Act|
|568||Public Commercial Vehicle Act||982||Public Vehicle Act|
|573||Public Vehicle Act||995||Municipal Bylaw|
This is an unofficial version of Ontario’s CVOR Conviction Code Table. For an accurate reference please call your CVOR Analyst (416) 246-7166 – Carrier Sanctions and Investigation Office
The “Offence Code” on the Ontario Convictions sheet is set out as follows: Act (XXX) Section (XXXXX) Sub-section (XXX) Clause (XXX) Item (XX) When searching you must include all spaces. e.g. HTA section 107 sub 11 would be entered as follows: WITH x SIGNIFYING A SPACE = HTAxx107x11
A “CCMTA Code” is a number assigned by a federal agency committee providing generic coding and categories to ensure the comprehensive exchange of convictions between all Canadian jurisdictions.
The Carrier Category “Carrier Cat” column indicates if there is a reduction to points based on Speed or Weight.
(WT1 – WT2) Overweight convictions will be assigned 3 points, where the amount of the overload is 2,000 kg or more. For overloads identified as less than 2,000 kg, zero points will be assigned.
(SPD) Speeding under – HTA Section 128 – will be pointed as follows: 1-10 km over posted speed limit = 2 points, 11-20 km over = 3 points, for all others greater than 21 km over the posted speed limit = 5 points
The “Carrier Driver C/D/B” column indicates if the convictions could be a CVOR Driver offence, an carrier offence, or both.
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