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 Post subject: Re: Quebec Canada?
PostPosted: May 27, 2010, 12:29 am 
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yop, it is ok, it is good, me, i go with calculation and feeling of physic (fisic, physique, physic, euh). where are you from???? might have something for you, if you are from montréal, south????


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PostPosted: June 2, 2010, 11:35 pm 
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physician wrote:
for my part, not having access to a garage is not helping me... i'm planning my design room for now.. i'll do a virtual build...
got to start somewhere....


Would it be possible for Moderators to filter virtual builders,
polluting this forum.
Thanks in advance
Ewhen


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PostPosted: December 23, 2011, 7:34 pm 
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i just try to pass my car at the saaq and they exige an engeneer report and i call to the one recommend by the saaq(camtech) and they say its between 3000 to 7000 $.so if you got an engeneer to recommend im gonna be really happy


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PostPosted: December 24, 2011, 10:40 pm 
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I understand from David Hoar of Motion Engineering in New Brunswick that he does a number of custom bike inspections for Quebequois. The bikes are being built, inspected, and I think registered in NB, and then transferred to Quebec registry. I don't know if he does similar things for Quebec cars .... He does car and bike inspections for NS, NB ansd PEI. A straightforward NS inspection is $204 plus HST, which is an incredible deal for a stamped letter from an engineer. Obviously, for that he does no structural analysis.

David Hoar, President
Motion Enginering Ltd
Fredericton, NB

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PostPosted: December 25, 2011, 1:36 am 
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i just try to pass my car at the saaq and they exige an engeneer report and i call to the one recommend by the saaq(camtech) and they say its between 3000 to 7000 $.so if you got an engeneer to recommend im gonna be really happy


As a hobby we are building different
types of cars (racing, show and road)
for the past 50 or so years, here in
Quebec (Montreal) , and did not have
any problems with licensing or insuring.
My son and I are more than willing to
share our experience with those who
enjoy similar hobby.
I presume you do have SAAQ booklet
instructon on hand-built vehicles .
There at the end should be addresses
of SAAQ assigned engineers.
What type of car do you have to inspect ?
can you show some pics of it at different
stages of built ?

Ewhen
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PostPosted: January 21, 2012, 7:54 pm 
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Hello, I will be getting my vehicule artisanal inspected soon from the SAAQ.
I would like to know where did you guys get your engineer report?
Contact info, cost, if you had any trouble...

I would also like to know, What do they require for a fuel cell?
Can I fabricate a reservoir or does it have to meet some standards?

Please feel free to contact me by email.
Thanks.


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4wheelspin wrote:
Hello, I will be getting my vehicule artisanal inspected soon from the SAAQ.
I would like to know where did you guys get your engineer report?
Contact info, cost, if you had any trouble...

I would also like to know, What do they require for a fuel cell?
Can I fabricate a reservoir or does it have to meet some standards?
"
Please feel free to contact me by email.
Thanks.


Get a booklet from SAAQ (free)
on "Voitures artisanales", it should
answer your questtions.

Ewhen

"If and when very first Locost will be licensed for road use at all permissible speeds in the province of Quebec.
I am willing to sprinkle it with the best
champagne from widow Clicot.
So help me .
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PostPosted: January 26, 2012, 8:01 am 
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Get a booklet from SAAQ (free)
on "Voitures artisanales", it should
answer your questtions.

Ewhen

I already read the booklet.
I'm asking where and who do you contact for the engineer report?
Thanks for your help.


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PostPosted: February 1, 2012, 2:13 am 
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4wheelspin wrote:
Get a booklet from SAAQ (free)
on "Voitures artisanales", it should
answer your questtions.

Ewhen

I already read the booklet.
I'm asking where and who do you contact for the engineer report?
Thanks for your help.


I've already posted procedure about
inspecting hand built cars in Que.
Since you are new on this forum
here is a part copy .

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
Once the car is built, first step is to make appointment with local Police for the first inspection. They check that parts do not come from stolen cars, it costs about 175 $

Next step is Tech inspection, which checks that brakes, steering,lights etc. works OK
It costs about 350 $. ( for hand-buikts)
Then walks in Engineer and checks the structural side of the car, makes and sends report to SAAQ, so it is they who decide
whether the car can be plated or not.
It may take about 2 months to get answer
from SAAQ,
So Engineer report is not an absolute
factor in obtaining license plates.
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

You will be assigned SAAQ certified
engineer, but only after Police and Trch
inspectiom.

Cam you post some pics of yoyr build ?

Ewhen


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PostPosted: June 2, 2012, 9:56 pm 
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nothing going on in quebec these days


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PostPosted: July 4, 2012, 7:39 am 
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ewhen i didn t start to build yet .i called the saaq and they said i need an engineers report. just wondering who was your engineer do you have a phone number or name thanks


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PostPosted: July 5, 2012, 8:42 pm 
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hey hey toyman, sorry, really busy at work and life... my project is on the side for now, but i can halp you, i will pm you. law did change and it is a bit harder now.....

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I'm looking at a locost registered in ontario.. can it be registered in quebec with only a regular inspection or do i need to redo the whole artisanal process from the beginning?


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PostPosted: May 22, 2015, 12:42 am 
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physician wrote:
I'm looking at a locost registered in ontario.. can it be registered in quebec with only a regular inspection or do i need to redo the whole artisanal process from the beginning?


Regular inspection is as serious as
special one. If a given vehicle meets
Quebec requirements, I would still
contact SAAQ.

http://www.saaq.gouv.qc.ca/en/vehicle_r ... quebec.php

ewhen


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PostPosted: May 22, 2015, 8:38 am 
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it could be nice to do a little quebec locost gathering sometime? my shop as a pretty good parcking, we could do a BBQ there! it is in lasalle

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