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B.C. Reg. 26/58
O.C. 1004/58
This consolidation is current to December 5, 2017.
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Motor Vehicle Act

Motor Vehicle Act Regulations

[includes amendments up to B.C. Reg. 113/2017, June 30, 2017]

Division 40A — Heavy Vehicle Diesel Emission Inspections

Interpretation and application

40A.01  In this Division:

"diesel emission inspection" means an inspection and test of a vehicle to determine whether or not the vehicle meets the diesel emission standards prescribed under the Heavy Vehicle Diesel Emission Standards Regulation, and includes a diesel emission reinspection;

"diesel emission standards" means the diesel emission standards prescribed under the Heavy Vehicle Diesel Emission Standards Regulation;

"diesel engine" means an engine that uses diesel fuel and in which internal combustion is initiated by compression instead of by a spark;

"inspection facility" means a facility designated by the director as an inspection facility under section 217 of the Act;

"vehicle" means a vehicle, powered by a diesel engine, with a licensed gross vehicle weight of more than 5 000 kg, but does not include

(a) an implement of husbandry or a vehicle licensed under section 8, 9, 10 or 44 of the Act,

(b) a road building machine as defined in the Commercial Transport Act, or

(c) a vehicle of Her Majesty's Forces as defined in the National Defence Act (Canada).

[en. B.C. Reg. 97/99, Sch.; am. B.C. Reg. 126/2007, s. 1.]

Vehicles on highways must meet diesel emission standards

40A.02  A person must not drive or operate, or cause to be driven or operated, a vehicle on a highway if the vehicle does not meet the diesel emission standards.

[en. B.C. Reg. 97/99, Sch.; am. B.C. Reg. 126/2007, s. 2.]

Roadside diesel emission inspections

40A.03  (1) If a peace officer believes on reasonable and probable grounds that a vehicle driven or operated on a highway does not meet the diesel emission standards, the peace officer may require the driver of the vehicle to stop for a diesel emission inspection of that vehicle.

(2) The driver must

(a) immediately come to a safe stop when signalled or requested by the peace officer to stop, and

(b) in accordance with an order or direction of the peace officer, submit the vehicle to the diesel emission inspection and comply with any other orders or vehicle operating directions given by the peace officer for the purposes of this section.

(3) The peace officer must, on completion of the diesel emission inspection, complete an inspection report and give a copy of that report to the driver of the vehicle inspected.

(4) If the vehicle fails the diesel emission inspection, the peace officer

(a) must notify the driver or owner of the failure, and

(b) may order the driver or owner to present the vehicle to an inspection facility for reinspection within the period set out in the notification.

(5) A person must comply with

(a) the orders and directions given by a peace officer under subsection (2), and

(b) an order referred to in subsection (4) (b).

[en. B.C. Reg. 97/99, Sch.; am. B.C. Reg. 126/2007, s. 3.]

Repealed

40A.04—40A.06  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 126/2007, s. 4.]

Offences

40A.07  A person who contravenes section 40A.02 or 40A.03 (5) (a) commits an offence.

[en. B.C. Reg. 97/99, Sch.; am. B.C. Reg. 126/2007, s. 5.]

Division 40B — Heavy Vehicle Diesel Emission Control Device

Interpretation and application

40B.01  (1) In this Division:

"diesel engine" means an engine that uses diesel fuel and in which internal combustion is initiated by compression instead of by a spark;

"inspection" means an inspection and test of a vehicle to determine whether the vehicle is fitted with an emission control device;

"vehicle" means a commercial vehicle that is registered and licensed under section 6 of the Commercial Transport Act, powered by a diesel engine and with a licensed gross vehicle weight of more than 8 200 kg, but does not include

(a) a bus,

(b) an emergency vehicle,

(c) a vehicle

(i) that is an industrial machine or road building machine, other than a vehicle described by body style in Schedule 1 to Division 25 that has a licensed gross vehicle weight greater than 17 300 kg,

(ii) licensed under section 8, 9, 10, 38, 41, 42 or 44 of the Act,

(iii) owned by Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada,

(iv) driven under a permit issued under section 6 (7) of the Commercial Transport Act or under Division 14 of this regulation,

(v) to which section 21 of the Act applies,

(vi) that is a commercial vehicle having a licensed gross vehicle weight of 17 300 kg or less and that is licensed and insured as a farm vehicle, or

(vii) that is exempted by the director under section 25.01 (3) or (4).

(2) For the purposes of inspection of a vehicle that is required under this Division to be equipped with an emission control device, Division 25, except section 25.01 (2) to (4), applies to the inspection and the vehicle as if the definition of "standards" in section 25.01 (1) included the requirements of section 40B.02.

[en. B.C. Reg. 40/2010.]

Emission control device required

40B.02  (1) A vehicle

(a) of a model year of 1989 to 1993 that has a diesel engine with a model year of 1989 to 1993, or

(b) that has a diesel engine with a model year of 1989 to 1993

must be equipped with an emission control device that complies with subsection (3).

(2) The model year of a vehicle's engine must be determined as follows:

(a) by the year indicated on the engine information label;

(b) if there is no label as described in paragraph (a), by the year of the chassis as indicated on the manufacturer's statement of compliance label.

(3) An emission control device for a vehicle must reduce particulate matter emissions by at least 20%.

[en. B.C. Reg. 40/2010.]

Director may exempt from requirement

40B.03  (1) The director may exempt a vehicle from the requirement in section 40B.02 unconditionally or on conditions the director considers desirable, if one or more of the following circumstances exist:

(a) the director is satisfied, based on information provided to the director, that an emission control device

(i) is not available for the diesel engine type or model year of that vehicle, or

(ii) cannot be installed on the vehicle for technical reasons;

(b) use of the vehicle is required in an emergency.

(2) For safety purposes, the director may exempt a vehicle from the requirement in section 40B.02 unconditionally or on conditions the director considers desirable.

[en. B.C. Reg. 40/2010.]

Division 41 — Speed Monitoring and Traffic Light Safety

Devices prescribed

41.01  (1) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 162/2001.]

(2) For the purpose of prescribing a traffic light safety device under section 83.1 (8) (b) of the Act, the following are prescribed:

(a) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 353/2010, Sch. s. 1 (a).]

(b) the Gatso Red Light Camera type 36mST-MC-3LGA;

(c) the REDFLEXred-MK4-HDX-200-1100-RLC;

(d) the REDFLEXred-MK6-HDX-200-1100-RLC.

[en. B.C. Reg. 215/99, App. 1, s. 3; am. B.C. Regs. 238/99; 162/2001; 353/2010, Sch. s. 1 (a); 211/2014.]

Prescribed certificates

41.02  For the purposes of section 83.2 (2) of the Act, the certificates set out in the following schedules are prescribed:

(a) Schedules A, B and M;

(b) Schedules C and N, in relation to section 140 of the Act;

(c) Schedules D, E, K, L, O and P, in relation to section 146 (1) of the Act;

(d) Schedules F and Q, in relation to section 146 (3) of the Act;

(e) Schedule G, in relation to section 146 (5) of the Act;

(f) Schedules H and R, in relation to section 146 (7) of the Act;

(g) Schedules I and S, in relation to section 147 (1) of the Act;

(h) Schedules J and T, in relation to section 147 (2) of the Act;

(i) Schedules V and W, in relation to section 129 (1) of the Act.

[en. B.C. Reg. 125/97, s. 1; am. B.C. Regs. 412/99, s. (a); 353/2010, Sch. s. 1 (b).]

Fines for speeding offences

41.03  (1) For the purposes of section 148.1 (1) (a) and (2) (a) of the Act, the following fine amounts are prescribed:

(a) for a contravention of section 140 of the Act, $150;

(b) for a contravention of section 146 (1), (3), (5) or (7) of the Act, $100;

(c) for a contravention of section 147 (1) or (2) of the Act, $150;

(d) for a contravention of section 148 (1) of the Act, $300.

(2) For the purposes of section 148.1 (1) (b) and (2) (b) of the Act, the following supplemental fine amounts are prescribed:

(a) for a contravention of section 140 of the Act, if the person exceeds the applicable speed limit by more than 20 km/hr but less than 41 km/hr, $50;

(b) for a contravention of section 146 (1), (3), (5) or (7) of the Act, if the person exceeds the applicable speed limit by more than 20 km/hr but less than 41 km/hr, $50;

(c) for a contravention of section 147 (1) or (2) of the Act, if the person exceeds the applicable speed limit by more than 20 km/hr but less than 41 km/hr, $50;

(d) for a contravention of section 148 (1) of the Act, if the person exceeds the applicable speed limit by more than 60 km/hr, $100.

[en. B.C. Reg. 368/97, App. 1.]

Schedule A

[en. B.C. Reg. 185/96, s. 2.]

Photo Radar Program

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Photographic Evidence
(Receding from Speed Monitoring Device)

I,........................................, an enforcement officer, certify that I viewed the image attached as part of this certificate.

The image was gathered and recorded by a prescribed speed monitoring device, The information line at the bottom of the image is the record of the evidence gathered and recorded by the prescribed speed monitoring device of the photographed motor vehicle, indicating from left to right:

a single letter from A to P used as an image control character,

followed by the film roll number:..........,

followed by the photograph frame number:..........;

the date the photograph was taken:....................(year:month:day);

the time the photograph was taken:....................(hour:minute:second),

followed by a single letter from A to Z confirming a successful internal check of the device,

followed by a minus (–) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was receding from the speed monitoring device,

followed by the photographed motor vehicle's speed:.......... indicated in kilometres per hour (km/h); and

the unique deployment site code:..........,

followed by the Qualified Operator's Identification Number:...........

I have determined that the photographed motor vehicle recorded in the image receding from the prescribed speed monitoring device bears the rear licence plate number ...................., issued in the jurisdiction of ........................................ .

Date: ..............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature: ........................................................................................

Enforcement Officer's Identification Number: ..............................

Enforcement Organization: ........................................................

Photo Radar Program

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Photographic Evidence
Vehicle Image

Schedule B

[en. B.C. Reg. 185/96, s. 2.]

Photo Radar Program

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Photographic Evidence
(Approaching Speed Monitoring Device)

I,........................................, an enforcement officer, certify that I viewed the image attached as part of this certificate.

The image was gathered and recorded by a prescribed speed monitoring device. The information line at the bottom of the image is the record of the evidence gathered and recorded by the prescribed speed monitoring device of the photographed motor vehicle, indicating from left to right:

a single letter from A to P used as an image control character,

followed by the film roll number:..........,

followed by the photograph frame number:..........;

the date the photograph was taken:....................(year:month:day);

the time the photograph was taken:....................(hour:minute:second),

followed by a single letter from A to Z confirming a successful internal check of the device,

followed by a plus (+) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was approaching the speed monitoring device,

followed by the photographed motor vehicle's speed:.......... indicated in kilometres per hour (km/h); and

the unique deployment site code:..........,

followed by the Qualified Operator's Identification Number:...........

I have determined that the photographed motor vehicle recorded in the image approaching the prescribed speed monitoring device bears the front licence plate number ...................., issued in the jurisdiction of ........................................ .

Date: ..............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature: ........................................................................................

Enforcement Officer's Identification Number: ..............................

Enforcement Organization: ........................................................

Photo Radar Program

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Photographic Evidence
Vehicle Image

Schedule C

[en. B.C. Reg. 185/96, s. 2.]

Photo Radar Program

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 140

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. On ..........(date).........., between .......... hours and .......... hours, I was operating, according to the manufacturer's specifications, a .................................................., a prescribed speed monitoring device capable of photographing motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed. For the purpose of enforcing section 140 of the Motor Vehicle Act, the prescribed speed monitoring device photographed the ........(front/rear)........ licence plate of motor vehicles ..........(approaching/receding from).......... the device, while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed as they travelled approximately ..........(direction).......... on a highway, namely ........................................, approximately ..............................(location on highway).............................. .......(at/near)....... ...............(city, place, or town)............... in the Province of British Columbia, which location was assigned a unique deployment site code.......... .

The prescribed speed monitoring device was tested by me, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, immediately prior to .......... hours and immediately after .......... hours, on that date and at that location, and I found it to be in proper working order. This prescribed speed monitoring device photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed at that location and during those hours of operation, using Film Roll Number .......... . Each film roll is assigned a unique number and included in that film roll are photograph frames listed in numerical sequence.

The device photographs the motor vehicle on the film while accurately and simultaneously recording the following data on the data line at the bottom of the image, indicating from left to right: a single letter from A to P used as an image control character, followed by the film roll number, followed by the photograph frame number; the date the photograph was taken (year:month:day); the time the photograph was taken (hour:minute:second), followed by a single letter from A to Z confirming a successful internal check of the device, followed by either a plus (+) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was approaching the speed monitoring device, or a minus (–) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was receding from the speed monitoring device, followed by the photographed motor vehicle's speed indicated in kilometres per hour (km/h); and the unique deployment site code where the photograph was taken, followed by the qualified operator's identification number. Throughout those hours of operation, on that date, due to work being carried out, a traffic control device was erected and in place, indicating, pursuant to section 139 of the Motor Vehicle Act, a posted speed limit of .......... kilometres per hour (km/h) for that location and direction of travel.

Date: ..............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature: ........................................................................................

Enforcement Officer's Identification Number: ..............................

Enforcement Organization: ........................................................

Schedule D

[en. B.C. Reg. 185/96, s. 2.]

Photo Radar Program

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 146 (1): In a Municipality

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. On ..........(date).........., between .......... hours and .......... hours, I was operating, according to the manufacturer's specifications, a .................................................., a prescribed speed monitoring device capable of photographing motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed. For the purpose of enforcing section 146 (1) of the Motor Vehicle Act, the prescribed speed monitoring device photographed the ........(front/rear)........ licence plate of motor vehicles ..........(approaching/receding from).......... the device, while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed as they travelled approximately ..........(direction).......... on a highway, namely ........................................, approximately ..............................(location on highway).............................. .......(at/near)....... ...............(city, place, or town)............... in the Province of British Columbia, which location was assigned a unique deployment site code.......... .

The prescribed speed monitoring device was tested by me, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, immediately prior to .......... hours and immediately after .......... hours, on that date and at that location, and I found it to be in proper working order. This prescribed speed monitoring device photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed at that location and during those hours of operation, using Film Roll Number .......... . Each film roll is assigned a unique number and included in that film roll are photograph frames listed in numerical sequence.

The device photographs the motor vehicle on the film while accurately and simultaneously recording the following data on the data line at the bottom of the image, indicating from left to right: a single letter from A to P used as an image control character, followed by the film roll number, followed by the photograph frame number; the date the photograph was taken (year:month:day); the time the photograph was taken (hour:minute:second), followed by a single letter from A to Z confirming a successful internal check of the device, followed by either a plus (+) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was approaching the speed monitoring device, or a minus (–) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was receding from the speed monitoring device, followed by the photographed motor vehicle's speed indicated in kilometres per hour (km/h); and the unique deployment site code where the photograph was taken, followed by the qualified operator's identification number. That location was in the municipality of .............................. on that date.

Date: ..............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature: ........................................................................................

Enforcement Officer's Identification Number: ..............................

Enforcement Organization: ........................................................

Schedule E

[en. B.C. Reg. 185/96, s. 2.]

Photo Radar Program

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 146 (1): Outside a Municipality

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. On ..........(date).........., between .......... hours and .......... hours, I was operating, according to the manufacturer's specifications, a .................................................., a prescribed speed monitoring device capable of photographing motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed. For the purpose of enforcing section 146 (1) of the Motor Vehicle Act, the prescribed speed monitoring device photographed the ........(front/rear)........ licence plate of motor vehicles ..........(approaching/receding from).......... the device, while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed as they travelled approximately ..........(direction).......... on a highway, namely ........................................, approximately ..............................(location on highway).............................. .......(at/near)....... ...............(city, place, or town)............... in the Province of British Columbia, which location was assigned a unique deployment site code.......... .

The prescribed speed monitoring device was tested by me, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, immediately prior to .......... hours and immediately after .......... hours, on that date and at that location, and I found it to be in proper working order. This prescribed speed monitoring device photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed at that location and during those hours of operation, using Film Roll Number .......... . Each film roll is assigned a unique number and included in that film roll are photograph frames listed in numerical sequence.

The device photographs the motor vehicle on the film while accurately and simultaneously recording the following data on the data line at the bottom of the image, indicating from left to right: a single letter from A to P used as an image control character, followed by the film roll number, followed by the photograph frame number; the date the photograph was taken (year:month:day); the time the photograph was taken (hour:minute:second), followed by a single letter from A to Z confirming a successful internal check of the device, followed by either a plus (+) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was approaching the speed monitoring device, or a minus (–) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was receding from the speed monitoring device, followed by the photographed motor vehicle's speed indicated in kilometres per hour (km/h); and the unique deployment site code where the photograph was taken, followed by the qualified operator's identification number. That location was outside a municipality on that date.

Date: ..............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature: ........................................................................................

Enforcement Officer's Identification Number: ..............................

Enforcement Organization: ........................................................

Schedule F

[en. B.C. Reg. 185/96, s. 2.]

Photo Radar Program

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 146 (3)

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. On ..........(date).........., between .......... hours and .......... hours, I was operating, according to the manufacturer's specifications, a .................................................., a prescribed speed monitoring device capable of photographing motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed. For the purpose of enforcing section 146 (3) of the Motor Vehicle Act, the prescribed speed monitoring device photographed the ........(front/rear)........ licence plate of motor vehicles ..........(approaching/receding from).......... the device, while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed as they travelled approximately ..........(direction).......... on a highway, namely ........................................, approximately ..............................(location on highway).............................. .......(at/near)....... ...............(city, place, or town)............... in the Province of British Columbia, which location was assigned a unique deployment site code.......... .

The prescribed speed monitoring device was tested by me, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, immediately prior to .......... hours and immediately after .......... hours, on that date and at that location, and I found it to be in proper working order. This prescribed speed monitoring device photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed at that location and during those hours of operation, using Film Roll Number .......... . Each film roll is assigned a unique number and included in that film roll are photograph frames listed in numerical sequence.

The device photographs the motor vehicle on the film while accurately and simultaneously recording the following data on the data line at the bottom of the image, indicating from left to right: a single letter from A to P used as an image control character, followed by the film roll number, followed by the photograph frame number; the date the photograph was taken (year:month:day); the time the photograph was taken (hour:minute:second), followed by a single letter from A to Z confirming a successful internal check of the device, followed by either a plus (+) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was approaching the speed monitoring device, or a minus (–) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was receding from the speed monitoring device, followed by the photographed motor vehicle's speed indicated in kilometres per hour (km/h); and the unique deployment site code where the photograph was taken, followed by the qualified operator's identification number. Throughout those hours of operation, on that date, there was a sign in place which the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure caused to be erected, pursuant to section 146 (3) of the Motor Vehicle Act, indicating a posted speed limit of .......... kilometres per hour (km/h) for all motor vehicles at that location travelling in that direction.

Date: ..............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature: ........................................................................................

Enforcement Officer's Identification Number: ..............................

Enforcement Organization: ........................................................

Schedule G

[en. B.C. Reg. 185/96, s. 2.]

Photo Radar Program

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 146 (5)

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. On ..........(date).........., between .......... hours and .......... hours, I was operating, according to the manufacturer's specifications, a .................................................., a prescribed speed monitoring device capable of photographing motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed. For the purpose of enforcing section 146 (5) of the Motor Vehicle Act, the prescribed speed monitoring device photographed the ........(front/rear)........ licence plate of motor vehicles ..........(approaching/receding from).......... the device, while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed as they travelled approximately ..........(direction).......... on a highway, namely ........................................, approximately ..............................(location on highway).............................. .......(at/near)....... ...............(city, place, or town)............... in the Province of British Columbia, which location was assigned a unique deployment site code.......... .

The prescribed speed monitoring device was tested by me, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, immediately prior to .......... hours and immediately after .......... hours, on that date and at that location, and I found it to be in proper working order. This prescribed speed monitoring device photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed at that location and during those hours of operation, using Film Roll Number .......... . Each film roll is assigned a unique number and included in that film roll are photograph frames listed in numerical sequence.

The device photographs the motor vehicle on the film while accurately and simultaneously recording the following data on the data line at the bottom of the image, indicating from left to right: a single letter from A to P used as an image control character, followed by the film roll number, followed by the photograph frame number; the date the photograph was taken (year:month:day); the time the photograph was taken (hour:minute:second), followed by a single letter from A to Z confirming a successful internal check of the device, followed by either a plus (+) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was approaching the speed monitoring device, or a minus (–) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was receding from the speed monitoring device, followed by the photographed motor vehicle's speed indicated in kilometres per hour (km/h); and the unique deployment site code where the photograph was taken, followed by the qualified operator's identification number. Throughout those hours of operation, on that date, that location was defined as an unorganized area in the Province and there was at the entrance to that area a sign in place that was erected in accordance with section 146 (4) of the Motor Vehicle Act indicating a posted speed limit of .......... kilometres per hour (km/h) for all motor vehicles at that location travelling in that direction.

Date: ..............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature: ........................................................................................

Enforcement Officer's Identification Number: ..............................

Enforcement Organization: ........................................................

Schedule H

[en. B.C. Reg. 185/96, s. 2.]

Photo Radar Program

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 146 (7)

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. On ..........(date).........., between .......... hours and .......... hours, I was operating, according to the manufacturer's specifications, a .................................................., a prescribed speed monitoring device capable of photographing motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed. For the purpose of enforcing section 146 (7) of the Motor Vehicle Act, the prescribed speed monitoring device photographed the ........(front/rear)........ licence plate of motor vehicles ..........(approaching/receding from).......... the device, while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed as they travelled approximately ..........(direction).......... on a highway, namely ........................................, approximately ..............................(location on highway).............................. .......(at/near)....... ...............(city, place, or town)............... in the Province of British Columbia, which location was assigned a unique deployment site code.......... .

The prescribed speed monitoring device was tested by me, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, immediately prior to .......... hours and immediately after .......... hours, on that date and at that location, and I found it to be in proper working order. This prescribed speed monitoring device photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed at that location and during those hours of operation, using Film Roll Number .......... . Each film roll is assigned a unique number and included in that film roll are photograph frames listed in numerical sequence.

The device photographs the motor vehicle on the film while accurately and simultaneously recording the following data on the data line at the bottom of the image, indicating from left to right: a single letter from A to P used as an image control character, followed by the film roll number, followed by the photograph frame number; the date the photograph was taken (year:month:day); the time the photograph was taken (hour:minute:second), followed by a single letter from A to Z confirming a successful internal check of the device, followed by either a plus (+) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was approaching the speed monitoring device, or a minus (–) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was receding from the speed monitoring device, followed by the photographed motor vehicle's speed indicated in kilometres per hour (km/h); and the unique deployment site code where the photograph was taken, followed by the qualified operator's identification number. Throughout those hours of operation, on that date and at that location, there was in place a sign erected pursuant to a bylaw adopted by the municipality of .............................. indicating a posted speed limit of .......... kilometres per hour (km/h) for that designated portion of the highway for motor vehicles travelling in that direction.

Date: ..............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature: ........................................................................................

Enforcement Officer's Identification Number: ..............................

Enforcement Organization: ........................................................

Schedule I

[en. B.C. Reg. 185/96, s. 2.]

Photo Radar Program

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 147 (1)

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. On ..........(date).........., between .......... hours and .......... hours, I was operating, according to the manufacturer's specifications, a .................................................., a prescribed speed monitoring device capable of photographing motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed. For the purpose of enforcing section 147 (1) of the Motor Vehicle Act, the prescribed speed monitoring device photographed the ........(front/rear)........ licence plate of motor vehicles ..........(approaching/receding from).......... the device, while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed as the motor vehicles travelled in the vicinity (as indicated by displayed signs) of a school. The motor vehicles were travelling approximately ..........(direction).......... on a highway, namely ..................................., approximately ........................(location on highway)......................... .......(at/near)....... ...............(city, place, or town)............... in the Province of British Columbia, which location was assigned a unique deployment site code.......... .

The prescribed speed monitoring device was tested by me, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, immediately prior to .......... hours and immediately after .......... hours, on that date and at that location, and I found it to be in proper working order. This prescribed speed monitoring device photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed at that location and during those hours of operation, using Film Roll Number .......... . Each film roll is assigned a unique number and included in that film roll are photograph frames listed in numerical sequence.

The device photographs the motor vehicle on the film while accurately and simultaneously recording the following data on the data line at the bottom of the image, indicating from left to right: a single letter from A to P used as an image control character, followed by the film roll number, followed by the photograph frame number; the date the photograph was taken (year:month:day); the time the photograph was taken (hour:minute:second), followed by a single letter from A to Z confirming a successful internal check of the device, followed by either a plus (+) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was approaching the speed monitoring device, or a minus (–) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was receding from the speed monitoring device, followed by the photographed motor vehicle's speed indicated in kilometres per hour (km/h); and the unique deployment site code where the photograph was taken, followed by the qualified operator's identification number. The above noted date was a day school was regularly held. Throughout those hours of operation, on that date there were signs displayed in the vicinity of that school stating a speed limit of 30 kilometres per hour (km/h). Throughout those hours of operation, on that date, at that location motor vehicles travelling in that direction were not permitted to exceed 30 kilometres per hour (km/h).

Date: ..............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature: ........................................................................................

Enforcement Officer's Identification Number: ..............................

Enforcement Organization: ........................................................

Schedule J

[en. B.C. Reg. 185/96, s. 2.]

Photo Radar Program

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 147 (2)

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. On ..........(date).........., between .......... hours and .......... hours, being between dawn and dusk, I was operating, according to the manufacturer's specifications, a .................................................., a prescribed speed monitoring device capable of photographing motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed. For the purpose of enforcing section 147 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act, the prescribed speed monitoring device photographed the ........(front/rear)........ licence plate of motor vehicles ..........(approaching/receding from).......... the device, while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed as they were passing a public playground for children. The motor vehicles were travelling approximately ..........(direction).......... on a highway, namely ...................................., approximately .......................(location on highway)....................... .......(at/near)....... ...............(city, place, or town)............... in the Province of British Columbia, which location was assigned a unique deployment site code.......... .

The prescribed speed monitoring device was tested by me, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, immediately prior to .......... hours and immediately after .......... hours, on that date and at that location, and I found it to be in proper working order. This prescribed speed monitoring device photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed at that location and during those hours of operation, using Film Roll Number .......... . Each film roll is assigned a unique number and included in that film roll are photograph frames listed in numerical sequence.

The device photographs the motor vehicle on the film while accurately and simultaneously recording the following data on the data line at the bottom of the image, indicating from left to right: a single letter from A to P used as an image control character, followed by the film roll number, followed by the photograph frame number; the date the photograph was taken (year:month:day); the time the photograph was taken (hour:minute:second), followed by a single letter from A to Z confirming a successful internal check of the device, followed by either a plus (+) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was approaching the speed monitoring device, or a minus (–) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was receding from the speed monitoring device, followed by the photographed motor vehicle's speed indicated in kilometres per hour (km/h); and the unique deployment site code where the photograph was taken, followed by the qualified operator's identification number. On that date, those hours of operation were between dawn and dusk. Throughout those hours of operation, on that date, there were signs displayed stating a speed limit of 30 kilometres per hour (km/h). Throughout those hours of operation, on that date, at that location motor vehicles travelling in that direction were not permitted to exceed 30 kilometres per hour (km/h).

Date: ..............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature: ........................................................................................

Enforcement Officer's Identification Number: ..............................

Enforcement Organization: ........................................................

Schedule K

[en. B.C. Reg. 25/97, s. 2.]

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 146 (1): in a Municipality

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. On ..........(date).........., between .......... hours and .......... hours, I was operating, according to the manufacturer's specifications, a .................................................., a prescribed speed monitoring device capable of photographing motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed. For the purpose of enforcing section 146 (1) of the Motor Vehicle Act, the prescribed speed monitoring device photographed the ........(front/rear)........ licence plate of motor vehicles ..........(approaching/receding from).......... the device, while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed as they travelled approximately ..........(direction).......... on a highway, namely ........................................, approximately ..............................(location on highway).............................. ................(at/near)............... ...............(city, place, or town)............... in the Province of British Columbia, which location was assigned a unique deployment site code.......... .

The prescribed speed monitoring device was tested by me, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, immediately prior to .......... hours and immediately after .......... hours, on that date and at that location, and I found it to be in proper working order. This prescribed speed monitoring device photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed at that location and during those hours of operation, using Film Roll Number .......... . Each film roll is assigned a unique number and included in that film roll are photograph frames listed in numerical sequence.

The device photographs the motor vehicle on the film while accurately and simultaneously recording the following data on the data line at the bottom of the image, indicating from left to right: a single letter from A to P used as an image control character, followed by the film roll number, followed by the photograph frame number; the date the photograph was taken (year:month:day); the time the photograph was taken (hour:minute:second), followed by a single letter from A to Z confirming a successful internal check of the device, followed by either a plus (+) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was approaching the speed monitoring device, or a minus (–) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was receding from the speed monitoring device, followed by the photographed motor vehicle's speed indicated in kilometres per hour (km/h); and the unique deployment site code where the photograph was taken, followed by the qualified operator's identification number. On that date, the speed limit at that location was 50 kilometres per hour (km/h) and there were no signs in place otherwise governing the speed limit. That location was in the municipality of ............................................................................... on that date.

Date: ..............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature: ........................................................................................

Enforcement Officer's Identification Number: ..............................

Enforcement Organization: ........................................................

Schedule L

[en. B.C. Reg. 25/97, s. 2.]

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 146 (1): outside a Municipality

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. On ..........(date).........., between .......... hours and .......... hours, I was operating, according to the manufacturer's specifications, a .................................................., a prescribed speed monitoring device capable of photographing motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed. For the purpose of enforcing section 146 (1) of the Motor Vehicle Act, the prescribed speed monitoring device photographed the ........(front/rear)........ licence plate of motor vehicles ..........(approaching/receding from).......... the device, while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed as they travelled approximately ..........(direction).......... on a highway, namely ........................................, approximately ..............................(location on highway).............................. ...............(at/near)............... ...............(city, place, or town)............... in the Province of British Columbia, which location was assigned a unique deployment site code.......... .

The prescribed speed monitoring device was tested by me, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, immediately prior to .......... hours and immediately after .......... hours, on that date and at that location, and I found it to be in proper working order. This prescribed speed monitoring device photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed at that location and during those hours of operation, using Film Roll Number .......... . Each film roll is assigned a unique number and included in that film roll are photograph frames listed in numerical sequence.

The device photographs the motor vehicle on the film while accurately and simultaneously recording the following data on the data line at the bottom of the image, indicating from left to right: a single letter from A to P used as an image control character, followed by the film roll number, followed by the photograph frame number; the date the photograph was taken (year:month:day); the time the photograph was taken (hour:minute:second), followed by a single letter from A to Z confirming a successful internal check of the device, followed by either a plus (+) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was approaching the speed monitoring device, or a minus (–) sign indicating the photographed motor vehicle was receding from the speed monitoring device, followed by the photographed motor vehicle's speed indicated in kilometres per hour (km/h); and the unique deployment site code where the photograph was taken, followed by the qualified operator's identification number. On that date, the speed limit at that location was 80 kilometres per hour (km/h) and there were no signs in place otherwise governing the speed limit. That location was outside a municipality on that date.

Date: ..............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature: ........................................................................................

Enforcement Officer's Identification Number: ..............................

Enforcement Organization: ........................................................

Schedule M

[en. B.C. Reg. 125/97, s. 2.]

CRESTViolation Ticket Number

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Vehicle Image Evidence

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer within the meaning of the Offence Act. For the purpose of providing evidence pursuant to section 83.2 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act, I certify that:

a) the images on page 2 were gathered and recorded by a prescribed speed monitoring device;

b) the bottom image on page 2 is an enlargement of the top image showing the licence plate area of the alleged offending motor vehicle;

c) this alleged offending motor vehicle pictured in the images on page 2 bears the licence plate number ...................., issued in the jurisdiction of ..............................; and

d) the data line on the top image on page 2 is data which was electronically and simultaneously recorded in accordance with section 83.1 (10) of the Motor Vehicle Act and shows in sequence from left to right:

Data LineDescription/Explanation
a single control character — a letter from A to P
film roll identification number
frame number
date the image was captured (year:month:day)
time the image was captured (hour:minute:second)
a single control character — a letter from A to Z
a minus (–) sign indicates the vehicle was receding from the device;
a plus (+) sign indicates the vehicle was approaching the device
speed of the alleged offending motor vehicle in kilometres per hour (km/h)
location site identification code
Qualified Operator's Enforcement Officer Identification Number

Date: ..............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature: ........................................................................................

Enforcement Officer's Identification Number: ..............................

CRESTViolation Ticket Number

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Vehicle Image Evidence
page 2

TOP IMAGE WITH DATA LINE

BOTTOM IMAGE

(LICENCE PLATE AREA ENLARGEMENT)

Schedule N

[en. B.C. Reg. 125/97, s. 2.]

CREST

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 140
(Speed in Construction Zone)

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer within the meaning of the Offence Act, and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. For the purpose of providing evidence pursuant to section 83.2 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act, I certify that:

a) on ...................., between .......... hours and .......... hours, I operated, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, a(n) .................................................., (the "Device"), a prescribed speed monitoring device which photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed;

b) I found the Device to be working properly throughout this period of time;

c) the Device monitored, photographed and recorded motor vehicles moving ...............(away from/toward)............ the Device as the vehicles were driven on a highway, namely .................................................. at or near .................... in the Province of British Columbia. This location has a unique site identification code: ..........;

d) the Device captures the image of each alleged offending motor vehicle on separate frames on the film and simultaneously records on each frame a line of data pertaining to the alleged offending motor vehicle in the photograph. This data line includes the unique film roll number being used, the frame number, the date and time of the photograph, the speed of the alleged offending motor vehicle, the site identification code, and my Enforcement Officer Identification Number;

e) the data line also shows the direction of travel of the alleged offending motor vehicle: a plus (+) means that the vehicle whose speed is recorded on the data line was travelling toward the Device, a negative (–) means that the vehicle whose speed is recorded on the data line was travelling away from the Device;

f) at the time I was operating the Device, work was being carried out on the highway where the photographed motor vehicles were travelling;

g) on that date throughout the hours I was operating the Device there was a regulatory traffic control device in place in accordance with section 139 of the Motor Vehicle Act indicating a maximum speed permitted of ..... km/h for motor vehicles at that location; and

h) this traffic control device governed the speed of the photographed motor vehicles and was visible to those vehicles prior to them being photographed.

Date: .............................. Film Roll Number(s):.............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature
and Identification Number: ........................................................................................

Schedule O

[en. B.C. Reg. 125/97, s. 2.]

CREST

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 146 (1)
(Speed in Municipality)

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer within the meaning of the Offence Act, and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. For the purpose of providing evidence pursuant to section 83.2 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act, I certify that:

a) on ...................., between .......... hours and .......... hours, I operated, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, a(n) .................................................., (the "Device"), a prescribed speed monitoring device which photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed;

b) I found the Device to be working properly throughout this period of time;

c) the Device monitored, photographed and recorded motor vehicles moving ...............(away from/toward)............ the Device as the vehicles were driven on a highway, namely .................................................. in the Province of British Columbia. This location has a unique site identification code: ..........;

d) the Device captures the image of each alleged offending motor vehicle on separate frames on the film and simultaneously records on each frame a line of data pertaining to the alleged offending motor vehicle in the photograph. This data line includes the unique film roll number being used, the frame number, the date and time of the photograph, the speed of the alleged offending motor vehicle, the site identification code, and my Enforcement Officer Identification Number;

e) the data line also shows the direction of travel of the alleged offending motor vehicle: a plus (+) means that the vehicle whose speed is recorded on the data line was travelling toward the Device, a negative (–) means that the vehicle whose speed is recorded on the data line was travelling away from the Device;

f) on that date the location where the motor vehicles were being photographed was in the municipality of..................................................; and

g) in accordance with section 146 (1) of the Motor Vehicle Act, the maximum speed permitted at that location was 50 kilometres per hour and there were no regulatory traffic signs in place which otherwise governed the maximum speed.

Date: .............................. Film Roll Number(s):.............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature
and Identification Number: ........................................................................................

Schedule P

[en. B.C. Reg. 125/97, s. 2.]

CREST

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 146 (1)
(Speed Outside Municipality)

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer within the meaning of the Offence Act, and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. For the purpose of providing evidence pursuant to section 83.2 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act, I certify that:

a) on ...................., between .......... hours and .......... hours, I operated, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, a(n) .................................................., (the "Device"), a prescribed speed monitoring device which photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed;

b) I found the Device to be working properly throughout this period of time;

c) the Device monitored, photographed and recorded motor vehicles moving ...............(away from/toward)............ the Device as the vehicles were driven on a highway, namely .................................................. near .................................. in the Province of British Columbia. This location has a unique site identification code: ..........;

d) the Device captures the image of each alleged offending motor vehicle on separate frames on the film and simultaneously records on each frame a line of data pertaining to the alleged offending motor vehicle in the photograph. This data line includes the unique film roll number being used, the frame number, the date and time of the photograph, the speed of the alleged offending motor vehicle, the site identification code, and my Enforcement Officer Identification Number;

e) the data line also shows the direction of travel of the alleged offending motor vehicle: a plus (+) means that the vehicle whose speed is recorded on the data line was travelling toward the Device, a negative (–) means that the vehicle whose speed is recorded on the data line was travelling away from the Device;

f) on that date the location where the motor vehicles were being photographed was outside a municipality; and

g) in accordance with section 146 (1) of the Motor Vehicle Act, the maximum speed permitted at that location was 80 kilometres per hour and there were no regulatory traffic signs in place which otherwise governed the maximum speed.

Date: .............................. Film Roll Number(s):.............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature
and Identification Number: ........................................................................................

Schedule Q

[en. B.C. Reg. 125/97, s. 2.]

CREST

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 146 (3)
(Speed Against Highway Sign)

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer within the meaning of the Offence Act, and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. For the purpose of providing evidence pursuant to section 83.2 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act, I certify that:

a) on ...................., between .......... hours and .......... hours, I operated, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, a(n) .................................................., (the "Device"), a prescribed speed monitoring device which photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed;

b) I found the Device to be working properly throughout this period of time;

c) the Device monitored, photographed and recorded motor vehicles moving ...............(away from/toward)............ the Device as the vehicles were driven on a highway, namely ..................................................at or near .................................. in the Province of British Columbia. This location has a unique site identification code: ..........;

d) the Device captures the image of each alleged offending motor vehicle on separate frames on the film and simultaneously records on each frame a line of data pertaining to the alleged offending motor vehicle in the photograph. This data line includes the unique film roll number being used, the frame number, the date and time of the photograph, the speed of the alleged offending motor vehicle, the site identification code, and my Enforcement Officer Identification Number;

e) the data line also shows the direction of travel of the alleged offending motor vehicle: a plus (+) means that the vehicle whose speed is recorded on the data line was travelling toward the Device, a negative (–) means that the vehicle whose speed is recorded on the data line was travelling away from the Device;

f) on that date throughout the hours I was operating the Device there was a regulatory Maximum Speed traffic sign in place in accordance with section 146 (3) of the Motor Vehicle Act. This sign conformed to the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations and indicated a maximum speed permitted of ..... km/h for motor vehicles at that location travelling in that direction; and

g) this sign governed the speed of the photographed motor vehicles and was visible to those vehicles prior to them being photographed.

Date: .............................. Film Roll Number(s):.............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature
and Identification Number: ........................................................................................

Schedule R

[en. B.C. Reg. 125/97, s. 2.]

CREST

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 146 (7)
(Speed Against Municipal Sign)

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer within the meaning of the Offence Act, and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. For the purpose of providing evidence pursuant to section 83.2 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act, I certify that:

a) on ...................., between .......... hours and .......... hours, I operated, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, a(n) .................................................., (the "Device"), a prescribed speed monitoring device which photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed;

b) I found the Device to be working properly throughout this period of time;

c) the Device monitored, photographed and recorded motor vehicles moving ...............(away from/toward)............ the Device as the vehicles were driven on a highway, namely ..................................................at .................................. in the Province of British Columbia. This location has a unique site identification code: ..........;

d) the Device captures the image of each alleged offending motor vehicle on separate frames on the film and simultaneously records on each frame a line of data pertaining to the alleged offending motor vehicle in the photograph. This data line includes the unique film roll number being used, the frame number, the date and time of the photograph, the speed of the alleged offending motor vehicle, the site identification code, and my Enforcement Officer Identification Number;

e) the data line also shows the direction of travel of the alleged offending motor vehicle: a plus (+) means that the vehicle whose speed is recorded on the data line was travelling toward the Device, a negative (–) means that the vehicle whose speed is recorded on the data line was travelling away from the Device;

f) on that date throughout the hours I was operating the Device there was a regulatory Maximum Speed traffic sign in place in accordance with section 146 (7) of the Motor Vehicle Act. This sign conformed to the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations and indicated a maximum speed permitted of ..... km/h for motor vehicles at that location travelling in that direction; and

g) this sign was erected or placed on the highway in accordance with a bylaw adopted by the municipalilty of .............................. and governed the speed of the photographed motor vehicles. This sign was visible to those vehicles prior to them being photographed.

Date: .............................. Film Roll Number(s):.............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature
and Identification Number: ........................................................................................

Schedule S

[en. B.C. Reg. 125/97, s. 2.]

CREST

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 147 (1)
(Speed in School Zone)

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer within the meaning of the Offence Act, and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. For the purpose of providing evidence pursuant to section 83.2 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act, I certify that:

a) on ...................., between .......... hours and .......... hours, I operated, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, a(n) .................................................., (the "Device"), a prescribed speed monitoring device which photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed;

b) I found the Device to be working properly throughout this period of time;

c) the Device monitored, photographed and recorded motor vehicles moving ...............(away from/toward)............ the Device as the vehicles were driven on a highway, namely ..................................................at or near .................................. in the Province of British Columbia. This location has a unique site identification code: ..........;

d) the Device captures the image of each alleged offending motor vehicle on separate frames on the film and simultaneously records on each frame a line of data pertaining to the alleged offending motor vehicle in the photograph. This data line includes the unique film roll number being used, the frame number, the date and time of the photograph, the speed of the alleged offending motor vehicle, the site identification code, and my Enforcement Officer Identification Number;

e) the data line also shows the direction of travel of the alleged offending motor vehicle: a plus (+) means that the vehicle whose speed is recorded on the data line was travelling toward the Device, a negative (–) means that the vehicle whose speed is recorded on the data line was travelling away from the Device;

f) this location where the photographed motor vehicles were driving was in the vicinity of a school. During the hours I was operating the Device there were School Area (Warning) signs with regulatory 30 kilometres per hour tabs relating to that school displayed on the highway on which these motor vehicles were travelling. These signs conformed to the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations and established a maximum speed zone where the motor vehicles were photographed. These signs were visible to the vehicles prior to them being photographed;

g) the maximum speed permitted at this location for motor vehicles approaching, passing or driving in the vicinity (as indicated by the signs) of that school was 30 km/h in accordance with section 147 (1) of the Motor Vehicle Act; and

h) the date I was operating the Device was a day school was regularly held.

Date: .............................. Film Roll Number(s):.............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature
and Identification Number: ........................................................................................

Schedule T

[en. B.C. Reg. 125/97, s. 2.]

CREST

Certificate of Enforcement Officer
Qualified Operator

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 147 (2)
(Speed in Playground Zone)

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer within the meaning of the Offence Act, and a qualified operator of the prescribed speed monitoring device described in this certificate. For the purpose of providing evidence pursuant to section 83.2 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act, I certify that:

a) on ...................., between .......... hours and .......... hours, I operated, in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications, a(n) .................................................., (the "Device"), a prescribed speed monitoring device which photographed motor vehicles while accurately and simultaneously measuring and recording their speed;

b) I found the Device to be working properly throughout this period of time;

c) the Device monitored, photographed and recorded motor vehicles moving ...............(away from/toward)............ the Device as the vehicles were driven on a highway, namely ..................................................at or near .................................. in the Province of British Columbia. This location has a unique site identification code: ..........;

d) the Device captures the image of each alleged offending motor vehicle on separate frames on the film and simultaneously records on each frame a line of data pertaining to the alleged offending motor vehicle in the photograph. This data line includes the unique film roll number being used, the frame number, the date and time of the photograph, the speed of the alleged offending motor vehicle, the site identification code, and my Enforcement Officer Identification Number;

e) the data line also shows the direction of travel of the alleged offending motor vehicle: a plus (+) means that the vehicle whose speed is recorded on the data line was travelling toward the Device, a negative (–) means that the vehicle whose speed is recorded on the data line was travelling away from the Device;

f) this location where the motor vehicles were photographed near a public playground for children. The vehicles were photographed as they were approaching or passing this playground. During the hours I was operating the Device there were Playground Area (Warning) signs with regulatory 30 kilometres per hour tabs relating to that playground displayed on the highway on which these vehicles were travelling. These signs conformed to the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations and established a maximum speed zone where the motor vehicles were photographed. These signs were visible to the vehicles prior to them being photographed;

g) the maximum speed permitted at this location for motor vehicles approaching or passing the playground was 30 km/h in accordance with section 147 (2) of the Motor Vehicle Act; and

h) on that date the hours I was operating the Device were between dawn and dusk.

Date: .............................. Film Roll Number(s):.............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature
and Identification Number: ........................................................................................

Schedule U

Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 353/2010, Sch. s. 1 (c).]

Schedule V

[en. B.C. Reg. 412/99, s. (b).]

CRESTVIOLATION TICKET NUMBER

Certificate of Enforcement Officer

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 129 (1)
Disobey Red Light at Intersection

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer within the meaning of the Offence Act, and a qualified intersection safety camera officer of the prescribed traffic light safety device, namely a ......................................................... (the "Device") described in this certificate. For the purpose of providing evidence of an offence under section 129 (1) of the Motor Vehicle Act and pursuant to section 83.2 (2) of the Act, I certify that:

1. a) on ....................(yyyy-mm-dd), at ..........(24 hour clock) hours, and a motor vehicle (the "Vehicle") proceeding ............................... on ......................................................., with the licence plate number ....................., issued in the jurisdiction of .................................., was driven through the intersection at ............................................................... at or near .............................. in the Province of British Columbia while a clearly visible red light alone facing the Vehicle was exhibited by a traffic control signal governing the intersection, and

b) the traffic control signal was erected in accordance with the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations, and

c) the evidence of this alleged contravention was gathered through the use of the Device;

2. a) the Device gathered the evidence by photographing or capturing two images of the Vehicle and accurately and simultaneously recording data related to that Vehicle and the traffic control signal mentioned in paragraph 1. The description of data found in Photographs One and Two is on page 2 of this certificate, and

b) Photograph One was taken just before the Vehicle entered the .................................... ............................................. (marked crosswalk on the near side of the intersection/intersection) facing the red light alone exhibited by the traffic control signal, and

c) Photograph Two was taken just after Photograph One and shows the Vehicle in Photograph One in the intersection mentioned in paragraph 1;

3. a) the Device functioned properly in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications at the time of the alleged contravention;

4. a) the licence plate number on the Vehicle was identified from the evidence gathered by the Device by ..................................................................................... (method of identification), and

b) in this certificate all times referred to are indicated in the 24 hour clock format; and

5. the databox on the top centre of Photographs One and Two was electronically and simultaneously recorded in accordance with section 83.1 (10) of the Motor Vehicle Act and shows data in sequences from left to right and top to bottom on page 2.

Date Certificate Completed: ...............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature
and ITCU ID. #: ........................................................................................

CREST

Certificate of Enforcement Officer

Page 2

PHOTOGRAPH ONE

Reading from left to right:
The top line of Photograph One records the photograph time and date.
The middle line records:
• before the Y: the lane number in which the Vehicle was travelling, namely, ............................................................. .............................................................
• after the Y: the number of seconds* the traffic control signal was yellow before the red phase, and
• after the R: the number of seconds* the traffic control signal facing the Vehicle had been red before the photograph was taken.
The bottom line records:
• the violation number,
• the film roll number, and
• the location site identification code, being the last four digits.

* The large number is seconds and the small number is rounded to a tenth of a second.

PHOTOGRAPH TWO

Reading from left to right:
The top line of Photograph Two records the photograph time and date.
The middle line records:
• the number of seconds** between Photograph One and Photograph Two, and
• after the R: the number of seconds* the traffic control signal facing the Vehicle had been red before the photograph was taken.
The bottom line records:
• the violation number,
• the film roll number, and
• after the V = or V: the speed of the Vehicle in kilometres per hour.

** Recorded to the hundredth of a second.
* The large number is seconds and the small number is rounded to a tenth of a second.

Schedule W

[en. B.C. Reg. 353/2010, Sch. s. 1 (d).]

CRESTVIOLATION TICKET NUMBER

Certificate of Enforcement Officer

Motor Vehicle Act: Section 129 (1)

Disobey Red Light at Intersection

I,........................................, am an enforcement officer within the meaning of the Offence Act, and a qualified intersection safety camera officer of the prescribed traffic light safety device, namely a ......................................................... (the "Device") described in this certificate. For the purpose of providing evidence of an offence under section 129 (1) of the Motor Vehicle Act and pursuant to section 83.2 (2) (b) of the Act, I certify that:

1. a) on ....................(yyyy-mm-dd), at ..........(24 hour clock) hours, a motor vehicle (the "Vehicle") proceeding ............................... on ......................................................., with the licence plate number ....................., issued in the jurisdiction of .................................., entered the intersection at ............................................................... at or near .............................. in the Province of British Columbia while a clearly visible red light alone facing the Vehicle was exhibited by a traffic control signal governing the intersection, and

b) the traffic control signal was erected in accordance with the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations, and

c) the evidence of this alleged contravention was gathered through the use of the Device;

2. a) the Device gathered the evidence by photographing or capturing three images of the Vehicle and accurately and simultaneously recording data related to that Vehicle and the traffic control signal mentioned in paragraph 1. The description of data found in Images One, Two and Three is on pages 2 and 3 of this certificate, and

b) Image One was taken before the Vehicle entered the .................................... ............................................. (marked crosswalk on the near side of the intersection/intersection) facing the red light alone exhibited by the traffic control signal, and

c) Image Two was taken after Image One and shows the Vehicle in the intersection mentioned in paragraph 1, and

d) Image Three was taken at the same time as or after Image One, and shows the Vehicle, and

e) Image Four is an enlargement of Image Three showing the licence plate area of the Vehicle;

3. the Device functioned properly in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications at the time of the alleged contravention;

4. a) the licence plate number on the Vehicle was identified from the evidence gathered by the Device by ..................................................................................... (method of identification), and

b) in this certificate all times referred to are indicated in the 24 hour clock format; and

5. the databox on the top of Images One, Two and Three was electronically and simultaneously recorded in accordance with section 83.1 (10) of the Motor Vehicle Act.

Date Certificate Completed: ...............................

Enforcement Officer's Signature
and ITCU ID. #: ........................................................................................

Certificate of Enforcement Officer

Page 2

IMAGE ONE

DataDescription/Explanation
Datedate the image was captured
(year/month/day)
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Division 42 — High Occupancy Vehicles

Definitions

42.01  In this Division:

"blood delivery vehicle" means a motor vehicle that is

(a) owned or operated by or on behalf of the Canadian Blood Services,

(b) clearly marked as a Canadian Blood Services vehicle, and

(c) used to transport blood or blood products;

"cycle" means cycle as defined in section 119 of the Act;

"electric motor vehicle" means a motor vehicle that

(a) has an electric propulsion engine and a battery storage system that can be charged from an external electric charging outlet, and

(b) displays a permit, in a form issued by the minister responsible for the administration of the Transportation Act, on the vehicle's rear bumper or rear window;

"handy dart vehicle" means a vehicle designed to transport persons with disabilities and operated by a person in the business of providing transportation services to the public;

"high occupancy vehicle lane" means a high occupancy vehicle lane as defined in section 119 of the Act;

"high occupancy vehicle" means

(a) a bus, or

(b) a vehicle under 5 500 kg GVW that is carrying at least the minimum number of persons specified by the applicable traffic control device;

"marked vehicle" means a vehicle that is referred to in section 4.28 (1) as authorized to be equipped with lamps that are capable of displaying flashes of light but does not include vehicles referred to in sections 4.28 (4), (5) (b) and (d), (6), 4.29 or 4.30;

"officer" means a person who is an agent for traffic direction purposes of the ministry or of the municipality in which the person is directing traffic or who is a peace officer;

"traffic control device" means a traffic control device as defined in section 119 of the Act.

[en. B.C. Reg. 215/96; am. B.C. Regs. 257/2000, s. 1; 198/2010, Sch. s. 1; 64/2016, s. 2.]

Rules for use of high occupancy lanes

42.02  (1) A person must not stop or park a vehicle or cycle in a high occupancy vehicle lane except

(a) to comply with a traffic control device,

(b) to comply with the instructions given by an officer,

(c) the driver of a bus in a designated bus stop, or

(d) the driver of the following vehicles while attending to a disabled vehicle or an emergency:

(i) an emergency vehicle;

(ii) a marked vehicle.

(2) A driver of a vehicle that is not a high occupancy vehicle must not use a high occupancy vehicle lane except if necessary

(a) to make a right turn from the lane, at the first intersection where the turn is permitted, to access a highway intersecting the lane or premises adjacent to the lane,

(b) to make a right turn from an intersecting highway or premises adjacent to the lane, at the first intersection where the turn is permitted, to access the highway in which the lane is situated, or

(c) to merge into an adjacent lane for the purposes of paragraph (b).

(3) Subsection (2) does not apply to

(a) the driver of a marked vehicle responding to a disabled vehicle or another emergency on the highway where the high occupancy vehicle lane is located,

(b) the driver of an emergency vehicle,

(c) a peace officer on active duty,

(d) an operator of a cycle, motorcycle, taxi, handy dart vehicle or an electric motor vehicle, or

(e) the driver of a blood delivery vehicle while transporting blood or blood products.

(4) Despite subsection (3) (d), subsection (2) applies to an operator of a cycle, motorcycle, taxi, handy dart vehicle or an electric motor vehicle if a traffic control device specifies that the operator is not to use the high occupancy vehicle lane except as specified in subsection (2).

[en. B.C. Reg. 215/96; am. B.C. Regs. 314/98, s. 1; 257/2000, s. 2; 198/2010, Sch. s. 2; 64/2016, s. 3.]

Repealed

42.03  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 64/2016, s. 4.]

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