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Passenger Transportation Act

Passenger Transportation Regulation

B.C. Reg. 266/2004

NOTE: Links below go to reg content as it was prior to the changes made on the effective date. (PIT covers changes made from September 19, 2009 to present)
SECTIONEFFECTIVE DATE
Section 1 April 1, 2013
November 28, 2016
December 1, 2018
September 16, 2019
Section 1.1 September 3, 2019
Section 2 July 30, 2010
September 3, 2019
Section 3 February 27, 2015
December 1, 2018
September 3, 2019
Section 4 January 14, 2010
September 16, 2019
September 20, 2019
Section 5 September 16, 2019
Section 5.1 July 30, 2010
Section 6 September 16, 2019
Section 7 September 16, 2019
September 20, 2019
Section 7.1 September 20, 2019
Section 7.2 September 20, 2019
Section 9 January 29, 2010
April 30, 2010
March 17, 2015
Section 12.1 September 16, 2019
Section 12.2 December 1, 2018
Section 12.3 December 1, 2018
Section 12.4 December 1, 2018
April 1, 2020
Section 12.5 September 16, 2019
Part 2.1 Section 12.6 to 12.74 September 16, 2019
Section 12.6 September 20, 2019
Section 12.61 September 20, 2019
Section 12.62 September 20, 2019
Section 12.63 September 20, 2019
Section 12.64 September 20, 2019
Section 12.66 September 20, 2019
Section 12.68 September 20, 2019
Section 12.69 September 20, 2019
Section 12.74 September 20, 2019
Section 13.1 September 16, 2019
Section 18 September 16, 2019
Section 19 September 16, 2019
Section 21.1 September 16, 2019
Section 21.2 September 16, 2019
Part 7 Section 24 and 25 September 16, 2019
Section 24 September 20, 2019
Section 24.1 September 20, 2019
June 22, 2020
Section 26 July 30, 2010
Part 8.1 Section 27 to 30 April 30, 2010
Part 9 Section 31 to 34 September 16, 2019
Section 33 June 30, 2020
Section 34 January 2, 2020

 Section 1 (1) definition of "ambulance" BEFORE amended by BC Reg 145/2013, effective April 1, 2013.

"ambulance" has the same meaning as in the Health Emergency Act;

 Section 1 (1) definition of "society" BEFORE amended by BC Reg 211/2015, effective November 28, 2016.

"society" has the same meaning as in the Society Act;

 Section 1 (1) definitions of "perimeter seating", "perimeter seating bus" and "unaccompanied minor" were added by BC Reg 249/2018, effective December 1, 2018.

 Section 1 (1) definition of "charitable association" and "school bus" BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

"charitable association" means an entity registered as a charity with the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency;

"school bus" means a commercial passenger vehicle used by, on behalf of, at the request of or under a contract with the authority in charge of a school to convey students

(a) to or from the school, or

(b) to or from a school sponsored event;

 Section 1.1 was enacted by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 3, 2019.

 Section 2 (4) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 247/2010, effective July 30, 2010.

(4)  The regional districts prescribed for the purposes of paragraph (a) of the definition of "inter-city bus" in the Act are the regional districts incorporated under the Local Government Act.

 Section 2 (5) was added by BC Reg 247/2010, effective July 30, 2010.

 Section 2 (1) (part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 3, 2019.

(1) A commercial passenger vehicle is excluded from the definition of "inter-city bus" when it is operated in accordance with the following:

 Section 2 (1) (b) and (c) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 3, 2019.

(b) no passengers board the bus other than those passengers referred to in paragraph (a) (i);

(c) none of the passengers referred to in paragraph (a) (i) disembark in the originating municipality without having first gone to the location referred to in paragraph (a) (ii).

 Section 2 (2) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 3, 2019.

(2) A connector bus is excluded from the definition of "inter-city bus".

 Section 2 (2.1) was added by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 3, 2019.

 Section 2 (3) and (4) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 3, 2019.

(3) The municipalities prescribed for the purposes of paragraph (a) of the definition of "inter-city bus" in the Act are the municipalities incorporated under the Local Government Act other than the municipalities located in the Greater Vancouver Regional District or in the Capital Regional District.

(4) The regional districts prescribed for the purposes of paragraph (a) of the definition of "inter-city bus" in the Act are the regional districts incorporated under the Local Government Act other than the Capital Regional District and the Greater Vancouver Regional District.

 Section 2 (5) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 3, 2019.

(5) A commercial passenger vehicle

(a) is excluded from the definition of "inter-city bus" when it is operated on a set time schedule

(i) between a location in the Capital Regional District and another location inside the Capital Regional District, or

(ii) between a location in the Greater Vancouver Regional District and another location inside the Greater Vancouver Regional District, and

(b) is included in the definition of "inter-city bus" when it is operated on a set time schedule

(i) between a location in the Capital Regional District and another location outside the Capital Regional District, whether in British Columbia or not, or

(ii) between a location in the Greater Vancouver Regional District and another location outside the Greater Vancouver Regional District, whether in British Columbia or not.

 Section 3 (1) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 29/2015, effective February 27, 2015.

(1) The number of passengers prescribed for the purposes of paragraph (a) of the definition of "passenger directed vehicle" is 11.

 Section 3 (3) to (5) were added by BC Reg 29/2015, effective February 27, 2015.

 Section 3 (4) and (5) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 249/2018, effective December 1, 2018.

(4) For the purpose of subsection (3), "perimeter seating", with respect to a commercial passenger vehicle, means seats provided for passengers in the vehicle that are primarily located along the sides or at the rear of the commercial passenger vehicle.

(5) Subsection (3) does not apply in respect of a licensee whose licence includes a general authorization until May 1, 2015.

 Section 3 (1) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 3, 2019.

(1) Subject to subsection (3), the number of passengers prescribed for the purposes of paragraph (a) of the definition of "passenger directed vehicle" is 11.

 Section 3 (2) (part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 3, 2019.

(2) The following commercial passenger vehicles are excluded from the definition of "passenger directed vehicle":

 Section 3 (2) (b) (ii) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 3, 2019.

(ii) any person accompanying a person referred to in subparagraph (i);

 Section 3 (2) (d) (iii) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 3, 2019.

(iii) no passengers, other than those referred to in subparagraph (i), are picked up or transported by the commercial passenger vehicle in British Columbia.

 Section 3 (3) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 3, 2019.

(3) A commercial passenger vehicle with perimeter seating, regardless of how many passengers the commercial passenger vehicle can accommodate, is included in the definition of "passenger directed vehicle".

 Section 4 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 4/2010, effective January 14, 2010.

 Peace officers

4  Persons employed by the Ministry of Transportation as motor carrier inspectors or as passenger transportation inspectors are authorized to exercise the powers conferred on, and perform the duties of, peace officers for the purposes of enforcing the Act and this regulation.

 Section 4 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

Peace officers

4   Persons employed by the minister's ministry as motor carrier inspectors or as passenger transportation inspectors are authorized to exercise the powers conferred on, and perform the duties of, peace officers for the purposes of enforcing the Act and this regulation.

[am. B.C. Reg. 4/2010, s. 3.]

 Section 4 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 203/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

Peace officers

4   Persons employed by the minister's ministry as passenger transportation inspectors are authorized to exercise the powers conferred on, and perform the duties of, peace officers for the purposes of enforcing the Act and this regulation.

[am. B.C. Regs. 4/2010, s. 3; 164/2019, Sch. 2, s. 2.]

 Section 5 (c) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

(c) a commercial passenger vehicle when it is being operated by or on behalf of British Columbia Transit, continued under the British Columbia Transit Act, or the Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority, established under the Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority Act;

 Section 5 (l) (i) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

(i) by or on behalf of a community care facility to transport persons in care in the facility to or from the facility,

 Section 5 (n) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

(n) a commercial passenger vehicle when it is being operated by a real estate agent within the meaning of the Real Estate Act;

 Section 5.1 was enacted by BC Reg 247/2010, effective July 30, 2010.

 Section 6 (1) (part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

(1) A licensee must retain the care and control of every commercial passenger vehicle that is operated under the licence and must do all things necessary to

 Section 6 (2) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

(2) Nothing in subsection (1) requires the licensee to be the driver of a commercial passenger vehicle operated under the licence.

 Section 7 was renumbered as section 7 (1) by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

 Section 7 (2) was added by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

 Section 7 (1) (part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 203/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

(1) A licensee must ensure that the driver of a commercial passenger vehicle operated under the licence

 Section 7.1 was enacted by BC Reg 203/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

 Section 7.2 was enacted by BC Reg 203/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

 Section 9 (1) (c) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 33/2010, effective January 29, 2010.

(c) one of the following applies:

(i)  the commercial passenger vehicle is a general passenger vehicle and the commercial passenger vehicle is being operated

(A)  during the months of May to October in any year,

(B)  within a park under contract with the parks board having responsibility for that park, and

(C)  at a speed that does not exceed 30 kilometres per hour;

(ii)  the commercial passenger vehicle is an inter-city bus and the licence that authorizes the commercial passenger vehicle to be operated as an inter-city bus expressly authorizes passengers to stand while the commercial passenger vehicle is in motion.

 Section 9 (1) (c) (iii) and (iv) BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 33/2010, effective April 30, 2010.

(iii)  the commercial passenger vehicle is operated

(A)  under contract with Gameday Management Group (Canada) Inc.,

(B)  during the period beginning January 29, 2010 and ending March 25, 2010, and

(C)  in the Greater Vancouver Regional District on a highway with a posted speed limit of 70 kilometres per hour or less except when it is operated on the Upper Levels Highway #1/99 and the operation on the Upper Levels Highway #1/99 is between, and in, the interchanges of the Upper Levels Highway #1/99 and Cypress Bowl Road and the Upper Levels Highway #1/99 and Main Street;

(iv)  the commercial passenger vehicle is operated

(A)  under contract with Gameday Management Group (Canada) Inc.,

(B)  during the period beginning January 29, 2010 and ending March 25, 2010, and

(C)  in the Resort Municipality of Whistler provided that if it is operated on Highway #99 it is operated only between, and in, the intersections of Highway #99 and Spring Creek Drive and Highway #99 and Mons Road.

 Section 9 (1) (c) (v) was added by BC Reg 44/2015, effective March 17, 2015.

 Section 12.1 (1) and (2) (part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

(1) In this section, "taxi driver" means the driver of a passenger directed vehicle that is operated under a licence that expressly authorizes the driver to convey passengers who hail or flag the passenger directed vehicle from the street, or who cause the passenger directed vehicle to be hailed or flagged from the street.

(2) A taxi driver who is available for the conveyance of passengers must not refuse to transport a passenger who hails the taxi driver or requests transportation in any manner unless the taxi driver has reasonable grounds to believe that any of the following circumstances apply:

 Section 12.2 was enacted by BC Reg 249/2018, effective December 1, 2018.

 Section 12.3 was enacted by BC Reg 249/2018, effective December 1, 2018.

 Section 12.4 was enacted by BC Reg 249/2018, effective December 1, 2018.

 Section 12.4 BEFORE self-repealed by BC Reg 266/2004, effective April 1, 2020.

Application to existing licensees

12.4   (1) Sections 12.2 and 12.3 apply to a person who, on December 1, 2018, holds a licence to operate a perimeter seating bus as follows:

(a) section 12.2 applies only to services provided under a contract of service entered into on or after December 1, 2018;

(b) section 12.3 applies on and after the earliest of the following dates:

(i) April 1, 2019;

(ii) the date on which the licensee's special authorization is amended to authorize an additional vehicle.

(2) This section is repealed on April 1, 2020.

[en. B.C. Reg. 249/2018, s. 3.]

 Section 12.5 was enacted by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

 Part 2.1, sections 12.6 to 12.74, was enacted by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

 Section 12.6 (1) definition of "criminal record check" BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 203/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

"criminal record check" means a record check required under section 12.61 (a);

 Section 12.6 (1) definition of "police record check" was added by BC Reg 203/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

 Section 12.61 (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 203/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

(a) a criminal record check in the form of a police information check, with vulnerable sector screening, obtained in accordance with section 12.62 (1) to (3) of this regulation;

 Section 12.62 (1), (2) and (3) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 203/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

(1) A criminal record check or driving record check for a person who is or may be driving a passenger directed vehicle may be obtained, on the person's behalf, by an agency or entity approved by the registrar.

(2) A criminal record check for a person who is or may be driving a passenger directed vehicle must be obtained from the police force responsible for law enforcement and policing in the area of British Columbia in which the person resides.

(3) Subsection (2) does not apply in respect of a criminal record check obtained by an agency or entity approved by the registrar under subsection (1).

 Section 12.63 (part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 203/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

Prescribed matters respecting criminal record

12.63   For the purposes of section 42.2 (2) (a) and (b) [person with record that includes prescribed matter must not drive passenger directed vehicle] of the Act, the prescribed matters respecting a person's criminal record are as follows:

 Section 12.64 (e) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 203/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

(e) sections 286.1 to 286.4 [obtaining, procuring or advertising sexual services];

 Section 12.66 (1) (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 203/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

(a) 4 or more findings of guilt, within the previous 2 years, for offences listed in the Schedule to Division 28 [Point System] of the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations;

 Section 12.68 (d) (i) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 203/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

(i) has undergone both a criminal record check and a driving record check, and

 Section 12.69 (a) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 203/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

(a) the date on which the criminal record check was conducted, and

 Section 12.74 (1) (part) BEFORE amended by BC Reg 203/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

(1) A person to whom notice is given by a licensee under section 12.7 [licensee must notify driver if record check certificate cannot be issued] of this regulation, or who gives notice to a licensee under section 42.2 (4) (a) [driver must notify licensee if record acquired between record checks] of the Act, may request that the registrar review the person's criminal record or driving record if

 Section 13.1 was enacted by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

 Section 18 BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

Display of identifiers

18   (1) When the registrar issues a licence that includes a special authorization, the registrar must issue to the licensee, for each of the commercial passenger vehicles in respect of which the special authorization is included, a special authorization vehicle identifier plate.

(2) A special authorization vehicle identifier plate must be of a material and design determined by the registrar, and is and remains the property of the government.

(3) For the purposes of section 44 of the Act, a licensee must

(a) securely fasten the special authorization vehicle identifier plate issued for a commercial passenger vehicle under subsection (1)

(i) in a conspicuous place at the front of the commercial passenger vehicle, and

(ii) in a horizontal position,

(b) affix each special authorization vehicle identifier issued for the commercial passenger vehicle to the designated place on the special authorization vehicle identifier plate, and

(c) ensure that during the term of a licence or a renewal licence, the special authorization vehicle identifier attached to the special authorization vehicle identifier plate is the identifier issued with the licence or the renewal licence, as the case may be.

(4) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 192/2008, s. 4 (e).]

(5) A licensee must display, on each commercial passenger vehicle included in the general authorization, the general authorization vehicle identifier, in letters and figures at least 5 cm high,

(a) on the side directly below the driver's window,

(b) on the rear window, or

(c) on the rear bumper.

(6) A general authorization vehicle identifier and a special authorization vehicle identifier plate must at all times be kept unobstructed and free from dirt or foreign material, so that the numbers and letters may be plainly seen and read.

[am. B.C. Reg. 192/2008, s. 4.]

 Section 19 BEFORE re-enacted by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

How special authorization vehicle identifiers and vehicle identification certificates are to be returned

19   For the purposes of sections 30 and 45 of the Act, vehicle identification certificates and special authorization vehicle identifiers must be returned to the registrar, with the special authorization vehicle identifier plates provided under section 18 (1), by personal delivery or by registered mail.

[en. B.C. Reg. 192/2008, s. 5.]

 Section 21.1 was enacted by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

 Section 21.2 was enacted by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

 Part 7 BEFORE re-enacted by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

Part 7 — Fees

Fees payable to the registrar

24   (1) Subject to subsections (2) to (4), there must be paid to the registrar the following fees:

(a) for an application for the issue, amendment or transfer of a licence that includes a special authorizationan application fee equal to the total of
(i) $200, and
(ii)$100 for each motor vehicle for which a special authorization vehicle identifier and a vehicle identification certificate are, or are to be, issued as a result of the application
(a.1) for an application for the issue, amendment or transfer of a licence that includes a general authorization$200
(b) for an application for the addition of motor vehicles to a licence that includes a special authorization or for the renewal of a licence that includes a special authorization$100 for each motor vehicle for which a special authorization vehicle identifier and a vehicle identification certificate are, or are to be, issued as a result of the application
(b.1) for an application for the renewal of a licence that includes a general authorization$100
(c) for an application to change rates applicable to a passenger directed vehicle$200
(d) for an application for a temporary operating permit 
(i) for 1 to 14 days$25
(ii) for 15 to 30 days$50
(iii) for 31 to 60 days$75
(iv) for 61 to 92 days$100
(e) for an application for a duplicate or replacement licence, vehicle identification certificate or special authorization vehicle identifier$50

(2) The registrar must not charge a fee if a licence is altered by the registrar or the board on the registrar's or board's own motion.

(3) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 192/2008, s. 6 (c).]

(4) An application fee required under this section for the issue of a licence must be paid as follows:

(a) subject to paragraph (b) of this subsection, the whole of the application fee referred to in subsection (1) (a) must be paid when the application is submitted;

(b) if, at the time the application is submitted, the number of vehicles referred to in subparagraph (ii) of subsection (1) (a) is not known or has not been approved by the board,

(i) the portion of the application fee referred to in subparagraph (i) of subsection (1) (a) must be paid when the application is submitted, and

(ii) the portion of the application fee referred to in subparagraph (ii) of subsection (1) (a) must be paid when the special authorization vehicle identifiers and vehicle identification certificates are issued.

(c) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 192/2008, s. 6 (c).]

[am. B.C. Reg. 192/2008, s. 6.]

Fees payable to the board

25   There must be paid to the board the following fees:

(a) for each submission made to the board under section 27 (2) or (4) of the Act$50
(b) for the filing of a notice of appeal$150

 Section 24, table item 5 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 203/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

5s. 34Application to renew licence$200

 Section 24.1 (2) table BEFORE amended by BC Reg 203/2019, effective September 20, 2019.

ItemColumn 1
Provision of Act
Column 2
Description of Licence
Column 3
Fee
1s. 29 (1) (e) (i)Licence that includes inter-city bus authorization or passenger directed vehicle authorization$100 for each motor vehicle operated under authority of passenger directed vehicle authorization
2s. 29 (1) (e) (i)Licence that includes transportation network services authorizationFlat fee of $5 000 + additional per-trip fee of $0.30 for trips taken in non-accessible passenger directed vehicles operated under transportation network services authorization

 Section 24.1 (2) table item 2 BEFORE amended by BC Reg 145/2020, effective June 22, 2020.

2s. 29 (1) (e) (i)Licence that includes passenger directed vehicle authorization$100 for each motor vehicle operated under authority of passenger directed vehicle authorization

 Section 26 BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 247/2010, effective July 30, 2010.

 Spent

26  Spent as of February 24, 2006.

 Part 8.1, sections 27 to 30 BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 217/2009, effective April 30, 2010.

Part 8.1 - Special Rules Concerning the Olympic/Paralympic Games

 Definitions

27  In this Part:

"Games" means the Olympic Games and the Paralympic Games;

"Games period" means

(a) in section 28, the period beginning January 27, 2010, and ending March 25, 2010, and

(b) in section 29, the period beginning February 5, 2010, and ending March 14, 2010;

"Olympic Games" means the XXI Olympic Winter Games being held in British Columbia in 2010;

"Paralympic Games" means the X Paralympic Games being held in British Columbia in 2010.

[en. B.C. Reg. 217/2009, s. 1.]

 Exemption from section 34 (1) of Act

28  On condition that the licence is valid only during the Games period, section 34 (1) of the Act does not apply to the issue of a licence under Part 4 of the Act if the applicant has entered into a contract with Gameday Management Group (Canada) Inc. to operate commercial passenger vehicles during the Games period.

[en. B.C. Reg. 217/2009, s. 1.]

 Temporary operating permit during the Games period

29  Despite section 20 (2), the maximum period for which a temporary operating permit may be issued during the Games period to a person who is not a licensee is 14 days.

[en. B.C. Reg. 217/2009, s. 1.]

 Display of general authorization vehicle identifier

30  Despite section 18 (5), a licensee to whom a licence referred to in section 28 has been issued may display, on each commercial passenger vehicle included in the general authorization, the general authorization vehicle identifier in letters and figures at least 5 cm high on the driver's side window.

[en. B.C. Reg. 217/2009, s. 1.]

 Part 9, sections 31 to 34 were enacted by BC Reg 164/2019, effective September 16, 2019.

 Section 33 BEFORE self-repealed by BC Reg 266/2004, effective June 30, 2020.

Transition — exemption from section 23.1 of Act

33   (1) In this section, "exempted licence" means a licence to which both of the following apply on July 1, 2019:

(a) one or more motor vehicles are authorized to be operated as passenger directed vehicles under the licence;

(b) one or more passenger directed vehicles operated under the licence are hailed through the use of transportation network services provided by or for the licensee.

(2) Section 23.1 (1) and (3) [licence required to provide transportation network services] of the Act does not apply to a person if

(a) the person holds an exempted licence, and

(b) the person applies, on or before January 2, 2020, for

(i) an amendment to the exempted licence for the purposes of including in that licence a transportation network services authorization, or

(ii) a new licence that includes a transportation network services authorization.

(3) Section 23.1 (2) of the Act does not apply to a person who drives a motor vehicle under an exempted licence held by a person to whom subsection (2) of this section applies.

(4) This section is repealed on June 30, 2020.

[en. B.C. Reg. 164/2019, Sch. 2, s. 14.]

 Section 34 BEFORE self-repealed by BC Reg 266/2004, effective January 2, 2020.

Transition — exemption for drivers in municipalities with no chauffeur permit regulations

34   (1) In this section, "exempted driver" means a person who, on September 15, 2019, is a driver of a passenger directed vehicle under a licence to which both of the following apply:

(a) the licence authorizes one or more motor vehicles to be operated as passenger directed vehicles;

(b) the municipalities in which the motor vehicles are authorized to be operated under the licence do not include any municipalities in which chauffeurs are regulated by bylaws made under section 36 [municipal chauffeur permits] of the Motor Vehicle Act.

(2) The following provisions do not apply in respect of an exempted driver:

(a) section 39 (c) (ii) (B) [evidence of authority to operate passenger directed vehicle under temporary operating permit] of the Act;

(b) section 42.2 [prescribed record checks required for drivers of passenger directed vehicles] of the Act;

(c) section 42.3 [record check certificate must be displayed in passenger directed vehicle] of the Act;

(d) section 43 (2) (b) [evidence of authority to operate passenger directed vehicle under licence] of the Act;

(e) Part 2.1 [Record Check Requirements for Drivers of Passenger Directed Vehicles] of this regulation.

(3) This section is repealed on January 2, 2020.

[en. B.C. Reg. 164/2019, Sch. 2, s. 14.]