CVIP (Commercial Vehicle Inspection Program)
Harts Transmission provides Commercial Vehicle Inspections in Alberta. Offering a fully certified facility in Sherwood Park, Harts has been helping heavy duty operators with their equipment maintenance and preventative programs for several years! Whether you need minor repairs or extensive work to get your rig back up to proper safety standards we are here to help! Harts will works hard to meet and exceed Alberta transportations safety and maintenance guidelines.
We Perform CVI’s following Alberta’s (Commercial Vehicle Inspection Program) everyday and we can go over any make and model of Heavy Duty Diesel Truck, and ensure it passes.
Sometimes it can be confusing as to what you need to comply with in Alberta’s commercial vehicle regulations, we have taken the time here to hopefully answer any of your questions regarding the inspections and the requirements:
What constitutes a commercial vehicle?
A commercial vehicle transports people or goods and is not used only as a private passenger vehicle. There are 3 classes of licence plates that apply to commercial carriers in Alberta. These plates are different from the ones used on personal vehicles. Any Commercial vehicle requires an annual Inspection.
What is a CVI?
Commercial Vehicle Inspection (CVI), is the enforcement of safety regulations and laws of commercial vehicles. … CVI enforcement can be done roadside by state troopers or at specific stations, sometimes called “weigh stations.” Below are of some of the things that are checked for: inadequate tires.
Fleet Maintenance and CVIPs?
If you are operating a commercial vehicle we can help you with not only your yearly CVIPs we offer comprehensive maintenance and fleet maintenance programs to ensure you have a preventative upkeep plan for your gear! Which will save you not only time but money and minimize any costs associated with CVIP repairs.
How do i register my commercial vehicle in Alberta and what does it take to get registered here?
There can be many factors leading to successfully registering your heavy duty truck in Alberta, that originated and operated out of province or from another country such as the United States. Every Province, State, and or Country has specific guidelines of minimum maintenance levels to their heavy transportation vehicles. It is best to look Alberta’s guide here for more information: https://www.alberta.ca/register-vehicle.aspx
Alternatively visit our facility and let us help you out, find the least costly way to get your rig up and running.
Looking for more information regarding Safety and maintenance program?
New sample Safety and Maintenance Programs on the Alberta Transportation website at: http://www.transportation.alberta.ca/3188.htm.
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