AB only operating requirements for under 11,794 kg?

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  1. AModelCat

    AModelCat Road Train Member

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    Just looking for clarification as to what is required if operating a truck weighing under 11,794 kg within Alberta. According to what I can find, the truck would be exempt from CVIP, logs, or pre-trip inspection if it remains within Alberta. The attached certificate seems to support that. Can anyone point me in a direction of where I can find this info online for confirmation?

    @Flint1 @Isafarmboy @Another Canadian driver you guys have any knowledge on the subject?
     

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  3. AModelCat

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    Anything that looks relevant on the AB website seems to come up as a broken link for me for some reason.
     
  5. Isafarmboy

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    Sorry bud. I've never done anything commercial...or left the province... I keep stuff in top shape and haven't been hassled at scales in a loooong time.
     
  6. AModelCat

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    Best way to have it.

    I guess the biggest thing is just trying to figure out is what determines the jump from non-NSC to Provincial status.
     
  7. Flint1

    Flint1 Heavy Load Member

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    I got crap for internet atm. I'll log on to carrier services later and see what can be dug up sir.
     
  8. Florescent-android92

    Florescent-android92 Light Load Member

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    An Alberta-only carrier will need to have a safety fitness certificate when any of its trucks have a registered GVW of 11,794 kg or higher. Until then, it's non-NSC.
     
  9. Phantom Trucker

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    @not4hire used to be the go-to guy around here for these sort of questions.
     
  10. Flint1

    Flint1 Heavy Load Member

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    The only document I could find was the same as @Florescent-android92 , and I agree with his findings. I helped my neighbor navigate this a year ago with his cube van. He is non Nsc with no safety fitness.
    Great posts @Florescent-android92
     
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