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NIAGARA REGION, ONT

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Any Ontario class D drivers out there?   MTO is proposing changes to the renewal requirements for class D driver’s licences, and they’re posted on the Regulatory Registry for public comment until November 17th.  Basically, the changes would bring the medical, vision and knowledge tests in line with class A renewals, ie: every 5 years, 3 years or annually, depending on the driver’s age, instead of "not required" as it is now.  It's only money, right? 

http://www.ontariocanada.com/registry/view.do?postingId=22942&language=en



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What's with the weird characters when I edit my post? All I wanted to do was increase the font size, but now it looks like it's written in Russian!

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Looks fine here TT. No weird characters on my end.

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Yeah, it corrected itself once it appeared on the forum. I cut/pasted this so I thought it went wonky because of that.

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Will start with this document.


To access forms for the Automobile Accident Benefits Service (AABS) , please click here.

The Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT) is an adjudicative tribunal that is part of Safety, Licensing Appeals and Standards Tribunals Ontario (SLASTO).

LAT’s mandate is to provide a fair, impartial and efficient way to appeal decisions concerning compensation claims and licensing activities regulated by several ministries of the provincial government.

The Tribunal receives appeals, conducts hearings, resolves disputes, and makes decisions on a wide variety of matters, with the most common cases involving liquor licences, new home warranty claims, medical suspension of driver’s licences, impoundment of motor vehicles and regulation of various occupations and businesses.

Effective April 1, 2016, the Tribunal will begin accepting applications to the new Automobile Accident Benefits Service (AABS) system that aims to quickly resolve disagreements between individuals and insurance companies about accident benefits.

Also in 2016, the Tribunal is taking adjudicative responsibility for beer-in-grocery-store licensing appeals, as well as appeals relating to horse racing licences.

The Tribunal is subject to the rules of natural justice and the requirements of the Statutory Powers Procedure Act. The members appointed to the Tribunal conduct fair, efficient and impartial hearings during which they consider all evidence presented and make a decision with written reasons. Most Tribunal decisions are subject to appeal to the Superior Court of Justice (Divisional Court). All Tribunal proceedings are subject to judicial review under the Judicial Review Procedure Act. LAT decisions are posted to CanLii.
What's New?
Effective April 1, 2016, the Tribunal will begin accepting applications to the new Automobile Accident Benefits Service (AABS) system that aims to quickly resolve disagreements between individuals and insurance companies about accident benefits.


Effective April 1, 2016, the Licence Appeal Tribunal adopted new Rules of Practice and Procedure. These Rules apply to all Tribunal proceedings commenced on or after April 1, 2016.

The Rules are available on the LAT website at:

The Tribunal has updated its statistics page with the data for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2015.




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Ground Pounder wrote:

Will start with this document.


To access forms for the Automobile Accident Benefits Service (AABS) , please click here.

The Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT) is an adjudicative tribunal that is part of Safety, Licensing Appeals and Standards Tribunals Ontario (SLASTO).

LAT’s mandate is to provide a fair, impartial and efficient way to appeal decisions concerning compensation claims and licensing activities regulated by several ministries of the provincial government.

The Tribunal receives appeals, conducts hearings, resolves disputes, and makes decisions on a wide variety of matters, with the most common cases involving liquor licences, new home warranty claims, medical suspension of driver’s licences, impoundment of motor vehicles and regulation of various occupations and businesses.

Effective April 1, 2016, the Tribunal will begin accepting applications to the new Automobile Accident Benefits Service (AABS) system that aims to quickly resolve disagreements between individuals and insurance companies about accident benefits.

Also in 2016, the Tribunal is taking adjudicative responsibility for beer-in-grocery-store licensing appeals, as well as appeals relating to horse racing licences.

The Tribunal is subject to the rules of natural justice and the requirements of the Statutory Powers Procedure Act. The members appointed to the Tribunal conduct fair, efficient and impartial hearings during which they consider all evidence presented and make a decision with written reasons. Most Tribunal decisions are subject to appeal to the Superior Court of Justice (Divisional Court). All Tribunal proceedings are subject to judicial review under the Judicial Review Procedure Act. LAT decisions are posted to CanLii.
What's New?
Effective April 1, 2016, the Tribunal will begin accepting applications to the new Automobile Accident Benefits Service (AABS) system that aims to quickly resolve disagreements between individuals and insurance companies about accident benefits.


Effective April 1, 2016, the Licence Appeal Tribunal adopted new Rules of Practice and Procedure. These Rules apply to all Tribunal proceedings commenced on or after April 1, 2016.

The Rules are available on the LAT website at:

The Tribunal has updated its statistics page with the data for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2015.



This has nothing to do with the revisions to Class D Commercial license changes... 



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Hywayhauler wrote:
Ground Pounder wrote:

Will start with this document.


To access forms for the Automobile Accident Benefits Service (AABS) , please click here.

The Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT) is an adjudicative tribunal that is part of Safety, Licensing Appeals and Standards Tribunals Ontario (SLASTO).

LAT’s mandate is to provide a fair, impartial and efficient way to appeal decisions concerning compensation claims and licensing activities regulated by several ministries of the provincial government.

The Tribunal receives appeals, conducts hearings, resolves disputes, and makes decisions on a wide variety of matters, with the most common cases involving liquor licences, new home warranty claims, medical suspension of driver’s licences, impoundment of motor vehicles and regulation of various occupations and businesses.

Effective April 1, 2016, the Tribunal will begin accepting applications to the new Automobile Accident Benefits Service (AABS) system that aims to quickly resolve disagreements between individuals and insurance companies about accident benefits.

Also in 2016, the Tribunal is taking adjudicative responsibility for beer-in-grocery-store licensing appeals, as well as appeals relating to horse racing licences.

The Tribunal is subject to the rules of natural justice and the requirements of the Statutory Powers Procedure Act. The members appointed to the Tribunal conduct fair, efficient and impartial hearings during which they consider all evidence presented and make a decision with written reasons. Most Tribunal decisions are subject to appeal to the Superior Court of Justice (Divisional Court). All Tribunal proceedings are subject to judicial review under the Judicial Review Procedure Act. LAT decisions are posted to CanLii.
What's New?
Effective April 1, 2016, the Tribunal will begin accepting applications to the new Automobile Accident Benefits Service (AABS) system that aims to quickly resolve disagreements between individuals and insurance companies about accident benefits.


Effective April 1, 2016, the Licence Appeal Tribunal adopted new Rules of Practice and Procedure. These Rules apply to all Tribunal proceedings commenced on or after April 1, 2016.

The Rules are available on the LAT website at:

The Tribunal has updated its statistics page with the data for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2015.



This has nothing to do with the revisions to Class D Commercial license changes... 


 Actullay it does....

The Tribunal receives appeals, conducts hearings, resolves disputes, and makes decisions on a wide variety of matters, with the most common cases involving liquor licences, new home warranty claims, medical suspension of driver’s licences, impoundment of motor vehicles and regulation of various occupations and businesses.

 

The above reflects on the issues of not testing as per the A class requirements.As any jack ass  can get a D.With that said there is far too many accidents because of lack of making sure the people that climb behind the wheel of these very heavy duty truck are up too snuff.

 

We watch many heavily damaged truck's pass through many auctions we attend.

 

The article also gives remedies as too how fix or correct any issues you may encounter with your lic if you do not agree with a finding.



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You "watch" it buddy, I "live" it... I hold a A,B,F,M,Z drivers license. I know all about driving...anything. I no longer drive trucks, I'm now a mechanic in the mines, and I agree that D class drivers should be subject to medicals.

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Hywayhauler wrote:

You "watch" it buddy, I "live" it... I hold a A,B,F,M,Z drivers license. I know all about driving...anything. I no longer drive trucks, I'm now a mechanic in the mines, and I agree that D class drivers should be subject to medicals.


 Rite on We are in agreement .I've spent many hours behind the wheel as well.

Use to work for Ipm hose an fitting supplying a lot of mining eqt...

Also have spent time around the mining town of Gowganda https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gowganda

I'm also a  mechanic For heavy eqt etc.



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I'm in Sudbury. I know Gowganda well. I do a yearly trip to Auld Reekies by snowmobile every winter.

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Prices to stay at the Auld Reekies lodge are ridiculous.
There are many other Options...My folks live just south west of the Gowganda lake south tip...


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I'd agree medical checks for class D would probably be a good idea
considering the blockages in my own leg at 51 and occasional issues with the center of my field of sight -- if I had /were "the guy" who had just forced myself to hand bomb the truck full of stuff like I've done loading trucks before .. then "me" drivin' that load down the highway right afterwards , might just not be so great an idea

but If I were that class D driver I can see why I'd be unhappy about the idea .. for the same reason I see it as a good one

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I've had my D for 40 years but no longer drive any trucks, other than my 2500HD so if it comes to having go through the new process I will just drop to the lower class. I'm not against testing for any commercial service.



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