ACCESS TO CANADA SNOWMOBILE CERTIFICATION

ACCESS TO CANADA SNOWMOBILE CERTIFICATION

RELEASE DATE:2024-01-23 16:56
Brief: The Snowmobile Safety and Certification Council (SSCC) is a non-profit membership association established by the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association (ISMA) to develop the snowmobile safety standard and certification process SSCC/11. The Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Regulations developed by the Transportation Agency of Canada (CTA) and Transport Canada (TC) require that all general types of snowmobiles manufactured and sold in Canada comply with the requirements of SSCC/11. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Canadian Environmental Protection Agency set EPA certification requirements for snowmobiles.


SNOWMOBILE DEFINITIONS AND TYPES
Definitions:
Snowmobile: A self-propelled vehicle intended for off-road travel primarily on snow, having a curb weight of not more than 453.59 kg (1,000 lb.); driven by track or tracks in contact with the snow; and steered by a ski or skis in contact with the snow.All snowmobiles manufactured and sold in the United States and Canada are subject to SSCC/11 requirements.This introduction is aimed at the general types of snowmobiles.

Types:
In addition to the general types, snowmobiles have the following special types:
Class I, Competitive: A snowmobile intended solely for use in organized public racing. Racing snowmobiles are snowmobiles advertised and sold by the manufacturer for use on race courses only and not for use on trails.Class I may be exempted by its Manufacturer from all the requirements of this document.

Class II, Children: A snowmobile intended for daylight use, in restricted off-road areas, primarily on snow. This vehicle is intended to be used by a child at least 6 years of age, under adult supervision.Class II Children's snowmobiles shall comply with the regulations in SAE J1038.

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR SNOWMOBILE SSCC CERTIFICATION (A FRACTION)
No.
Project-EN
Technical Requirements Regulations
1
Sound Emission
SAE J1161, SAE J192
2
Occupant Support System(Seat)
SAE J89,SAE J33
3
Throttle Control System
SAE J92
4
Runaway Prevention Device
SAE J1222 ,SAE J68
5
Emergency Shutoff Switch
SAE J68
6
Service Brake System Performance

SAE J44

7
Brake Control System
SAE J1282
8
Fuel System
SAE J288
9
Physical Contact
SAE J2826
10
Shields and Guards
SSCC/11
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CERTIFICATION MODE AND CERTIFICATION PROCESS
Certification Mode:
The Canadian Snowmobile SSCC certification is a mandatory association certification. All snowmobiles manufactured and sold in the United States and Canada are subject to SSCC/11 requirements.

Certification Process:
1.The manufacturer completes all required test reports by itself in advance;
2.Submit an application for certification to SSCC;
3.After the certification application is passed, submit the required information list and send the sample car;
4.Document review and sample vehicle verification test;
5.Send auditors to audit the factory (it is possible);
6.Obtain a certificate of conformity and use SSCC certification tags on certified snowmobiles;
7.COP maintains annual audit.

ABOUT ATIC
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CANADA CERTIFICATION PLEASE CONTACT
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