1. Heavy Duty Bumpers and Aerodynamic Devices – Exclude heavy duty bumpers and devices from measurement of overall length, as long as they do not extend more than 30 cm beyond the front of trucks or truck tractors (except for B-train configurations).
2. B-Train Length – Increased the maximum overall length for B-trains, including any load from 25.0 metres to 27.5 metres
3. Tridrive Exemption – Tridem drive axle group and tridem drive truck tractor configurations are now included in the regulation.
4. Long Wheelbase Tractor – Increase wheelbase for tractors allowed provided there is a corresponding decrease to the trailer wheelbase.
5. Auto Carriers – Allows increased dimensions on vehicles that haul multiple vehicles or boats to operate.
6. Divided Record Authority – Remove requirement for carriers to keep records at their principal place of business. Carriers must still produce all records upon request of a peace officer within 14 days.
7. Bed/Picker/ Winch Sleeper – Amends regulatory definitions to allow bed trucks, picker trucks, and winch trucks equipped with sleepers to operate on both provincial and municipal roads. AMTA-CRA-PP-23-18 Tridem Drive Steer Axles
8. Oilfield Steer Axle – Allows bed trucks, picker trucks, and winch trucks with a heavier steering axle to operate. AMTA-CRA-PP-23-18 Tridem Drive Steer Axles
9. TAC Equipment – Allows a commercial vehicle with a tridem axle group to operate on municipal roads at the same maximum weights that are allowed on provincial roads.
10. Wide Base Single Tires – Allows trucks (other than tridem drives) and trailers to use wider, single tires, instead of dual tires on provincial and municipal roads. These tires will be allowed to carry equivalent weights of dual tires. AMTA-CRA-PP-05-2015 – Wide Based Single Tires
11. Hitch Offset – Allows commercial vehicles hauling light trailers or RVs to have a longer hitch offset