QUEBEC CITY, Que. — The Quebec National Assembly Commission has thrown its support behind the controversial speed limiter policy endorsed by the Quebec Trucking Association and Canadian Trucking Alliance.
The rule would require all trucks to be mechanically governed at 105 km/h. The proposal received the nod from an all-party committee of the Quebec National Assembly. The Commission des transports et de l’environnement submitted its report to the National Assembly June 8.
The report is now up for debate, which should take place in the fall.
In Ontario, a private member’s bill that would require the use of speed limiters has passed second reading.
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