Thanks for coming by and discovering your website that is devoted to everything Commercial Vehicle Operator’s Registration or more commonly referred to as the CVOR.

Click Here to Download your CVOR Cheat Sheet right now:

and begin to understand the CVOR today.

At CVOR.ca, we are educating the Transportation Industry about the importance of the CVOR and more importantly how to manage the CVOR Level 2. And the Transportation Industry includes the traditional trucking companies, plus the Tow Truck Industry and the Road-Builders and their machines.

Managing the CVOR is all about understanding. You need to know how to read the document. You need to analyze the report, and then you have to act on the analysis.

The Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (MTO) has recently revamped the look of the CVOR. For those of us that have been around the CVOR for years, the new look is a little confusing. If you are new to the CVOR, the look is the look. But how do you comprehend that darn thing? (substitute a profane word for the word “darn” if you are so inclined. I would rather use a swear word; as it makes me feel better. Lol)

If you are from the Tow Truck Industry, you will find more information on the Tow Truck page. Ask me your questions and express the concerns. I will respond as quickly as possible. If I don’t now the answer, I promise you that I will try and find out your answer. The Provincial Towing Association of (Ontario) Inc is a great resource and full of information.

Road-Builders, I have a page dedicated to you and your questions as well. Road-Builders, please go to that page and ask me your questions. You can express your concerns regarding joining the CVOR regime. I will respond. I promise you!

The CVOR can be overwhelming to the new and uninitiated. At this website, you will learn about the process and various ins and outs. You will learn that and more at the CVOR.ca website. Welcome aboard, and I look forward to serving you.

Click Here to Download your CVOR Cheat Sheet right now:

and begin to understand the CVOR today.

Thank you, Chris Harris