Update: MTO Raises Fee For Extended Grandfathering Permit Applications for Non-spif, Multi-axle trailers

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As announced last year, MTO committed to regulatory changes granting a five-year extension to the transition period for most Phase 3 Safe, Productive and Infrastructure-Friendly (SPIF) vehicles.

MTO recently announced that the permit fees per trailer have increased from $400 to $440. There are also new application forms below linked below.

SPIF Phase 3, which came into force in January 2006 as part of MTO’s 30-year strategy to move the trucking industry to SPIF vehicles, encompasses all non-dump multi-axle semi-trailers (4 or more axles) and double trailer combinations.   All such vehicles built prior to 2006 that are non-SPIF are automatically protected until Dec 31, 2015 and are eligible for extended grandfathering beyond this date depending on the age of the trailer.

Non-Dump Semi-Trailer application En_public

Non-Dump Semi-Trailer Application Fr_public

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