Heavy-duty Vehicle and Engine Greenhouse Gas Emission Regulations
Marginal note:Heavy-duty vehicles
5 (1) The following classes of vehicles are prescribed for the purposes of the definition vehicle in section 149 of the Act:
(a) Class 2B and Class 3 heavy-duty vehicles;
(b) vocational vehicles;
(c) tractors; and
(d) heavy-duty incomplete vehicles.
Marginal note:Heavy-duty engines
(2) Heavy-duty engines are prescribed for the purposes of the definition engine in section 149 of the Act.
(3) The prescribed classes of vehicles and engines referred to in subsections (1) and (2) do not include heavy-duty vehicles or heavy-duty engines that are to be exported and that are accompanied by written evidence establishing that they will not be sold for use or used in Canada.
Marginal note:Transportation within Canada — heavy-duty vehicles
(4) For the purposes of section 152 of the Act, the prescribed vehicles are the vehicles referred to in subsection (1) for which the main assembly is completed in Canada, other than a vehicle that will be used in Canada solely for purposes of exhibition, demonstration, evaluation or testing.
Marginal note:Transportation within Canada — heavy-duty engines
(5) For the purposes of section 152 of the Act, the prescribed engines are the engines referred to in subsection (2) that are manufactured in Canada, other than
(a) an engine that will be used in Canada solely for purposes of exhibition, demonstration, evaluation or testing;
(b) an engine that is to be installed in a heavy-duty vehicle before sale to the vehicle’s first retail purchaser; and
(c) an engine that is to be installed as a replacement engine in a heavy-duty vehicle that has a national emissions mark applied to it, if the replacement engine is
(i) of the same model year as the original engine, and
(ii) identical to or better than the original engine with respect to emissions.
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