Quebec to Allow LCVs in Winter

November 28, 2019 Safety

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Published by trucknews.com, November 18, 2019 –

The Quebec Ministry of Transport (MTQ) was quick to follow the trend towards more flexible traffic regulations for long combination vehicles (LCVs) recently observed in Ontario.

The MTQ officially announced this morning that changes to the traffic conditions of LCVs in Quebec will come into force on Nov. 28. The authorities say they have taken into account economic developments to update the standards dating back to 2014.

The most significant change is related to the winter period, specifically the months of December, January and February, when LCVs will be allowed to circulate, with the exception of holidays and Dec. 26.

LCV traffic will also be allowed on Sundays.

Read the full article here: trucknews.com

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