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All commercial vehicles on a preventive maintenance program, as an alternate to the compulsory inspection program, must meet the minimum safety and repair standards set out in the “Vehicle Inspection Manual” (July 1, 2016, version). This manual is available for purchase at www.vsis.qp.gov.bc.ca/logon/logon.aspx?vid=QPLEGALEZE:cvim_view (online or print subscription available).
To document compliance with these standards, a commercial vehicle owner is required to maintain records of the following for each vehicle under his/her control:
- Inspections of the vehicle or of specific vehicle components; and
- Repairs and replacements.
Records must be retained for a period of three years, or for six months following the disposal of the vehicle, and must be made available for inspection upon request.
Motor Vehicle Act, Section 217
Motor Vehicle Act Regulations, Division (25)
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