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Another interesting concern involves the definition of "motor vehicle" which includes automobiles and motorcycles, among other things, and excludes snowmobiles. Accordingly, at first glance, it would seem that an accident involving a snowmobile lacks a reporting requirement; however, the legal requirement to report an accident involving a snowmobile is prescribed separately from the Highway Traffic Act and is instead addressed by the Motorized Snow Vehicles Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. M.44 wherein the requirement to report an accident includes an incident involving injury; however, the damage criteria is lowed to a mere four hundred ($400.00) dollars. Specifically, the definitions of "motor vehicle" and "motorized snow vehicle" as well as the reporting requirement within the Motorized Snow Vehicles Act state:
"motorized snow vehicle” means a self-propelled vehicle designed to be driven primarily on snow;
Duty to report accident
13 (1) Every person in charge of a motorized snow vehicle who is directly or indirectly involved in an accident shall, if the accident results in personal injuries or in damage to property apparently exceeding $400, report the accident forthwith to the nearest police officer and furnish the police officer with information in respect of,
(a) the names and addresses of the persons involved;
(b) the date and location of the occurrence; and
(c) the circumstances under which the accident occurred.
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