Originally Posted by Herk7769
A Canadian DoT reference would be great. Lots of us travel to Canada and it might be important to know if this was true.
Here is some info, not about fines but regulations: each province could be different, second link is for Ontario
Propane Safety | The Canadian Propane Association
RVs and Campers
If you and your family use a recreational vehicle (R.V.) or camper it is important to ensure all users are familiar with the manufacturer's written operating and maintenance instructions. If you are renting, ask for safety instructions. Use the same care and diligence when tending to the propane systems in your R.V. or camper as you would for those in your home or business. With respect to regulations specific to the use of R.V.s and campers in Canada:
In many provinces, regular inspection of the propane system on board by a qualified service technician is mandatory.
In most provinces, it's law that all appliances and pilot lights must be turned off and cylinder valves closed while travelling.
Contact the provincial Motor Vehicle Branch where you own, rent or operate an R.V. or camper to inquire about requirements that may apply to you.
RV Information for Drivers - Propane Appliances and Tanks
Barbeque propane tanks used to fuel appliances in motor homes, truck campers and house trailers may be carried on the exterior of the vehicles, provided the tanks do not weigh more than 30 kgs (67 lbs) each when full and are transported between:
a retail outlet and the residence of the purchaser,
a retail outlet and the purchaser's place of use,
the residence of the purchaser and a place of use, or
between two residences;
the tanks are designed, constructed, filled, closed, secured and maintained so that under normal conditions of transport, including handling, there will be no accidental release of propane that could endanger public safety
are not for resale or for commercial or industrial use; and
are in a quantity and concentration available to the general public at retail outlets.
Examples of retail outlets are hardware stores, automotive industry stores, pool supply stores and farm co-ops.
Running a supply line from a barbeque propane tank, that is mounted on the exterior of a vehicle, is prohibited.
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