Motor Vehicle Tire Safety Regulations
9 (1) A company must maintain — for each tire to which it applies the national safety mark or that it imports into Canada — the records referred to in paragraph 5(1)(g) of the Act and retain those records, in paper form or in readily readable electronic form, for a period of at least five years after the day on which the tire is manufactured or imported.
Marginal note:If records maintained on behalf of company
(2) If the records are maintained by a person on behalf of a company, the company must keep the name and address of the person.
Marginal note:Request from inspector
(2.1) On request in writing from an inspector, a company must send to that inspector a copy, in either official language, of the records referred to in subsection (1) within
(a) 30 working days after the day on which the request is mailed; or
(b) if the records must be translated, 45 working days after the day on which the request is mailed.
Marginal note:Tires imported from United States
(3) If a tire is imported from the United States, records that the manufacturer of the tire maintains and makes available to the Administrator of the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in accordance with section 30166, chapter 301, title 49 of the United States Code are considered to meet the requirements of subsection (1).
- SOR/2019-253, s. 6
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