CVOR Points

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What are Commercial Vehicle Operator’s Registration (CVOR) Points?

The Commercial Vehicle Operator’s Registration (CVOR) point system is an MTO program designed to regulate and promote the safe operation of commercial vehicles on the roadways.  The system records and monitors the performance of driver’s of commercial vehicles, and assigns them a ranking.  It is important that commercial vehicle drivers, operators and carriers, are aware that these ratings and CVOR records are made available to the insurance companies, and employers.  This is why it is so crucial that you manage your safety rating, and this is something that Ticket Shield can assist you with.

The CVOR system is used to monitor traffic tickets issued to commercial motor vehicles, inspections by MTO officers for commercial vehicles, accidents involving commercial motor vehicles, assignment of CVOR points for safety-related infractions, all CVSA inspections.  CVOR violations on a commercial vehicle abstract can have a large impact on the driver’s ability to gain employment and on insurance rates.  These infractions will affect both the driver, and the safety rating for the company they drive for.

CVOR infractions remain on your record for 5 years from the date of conviction.  However, they will be used for corrective action levels for a period of 2 years from the date of conviction.

Ticket Shield is dedicated and experienced with assisting drivers, carriers and operators with CVOR violations and offences.  We understand the need to keep your commercial vehicle ranking in good standing, and can provide skilled court representation to give you the best chance of avoiding CVOR points.