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Commercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement

This web site provides information on CVSE programs for commercial and private vehicles. These programs provide general information affecting commercial carriers, vehicle inspection programs, National Safety Code information, and contain various publications and reference materials.

These programs are delivered through field offices within districts throughout British Columbia and through the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure's CVSE Head Office in Victoria.

Share your feedback – Modernizing Safety Regulations for Commercial Motor Vehicles stakeholder engagement is live until May 31st, 2020