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We have helped motor carriers, reduce the costs of complying with state and federal regulations. We save our clients from wasting their valuable time, labor, and attention from activities and help them remain stress-free.


We use our compliance expertise and experience, aided by technology, to make your compliance data – trip reports, hours of service logs, tax and registration filings, and driver qualification files accurate



Our trucking service is based on the principle of providing our clients with the flexibility and reliability, to move legal load across town, or across the country, whenever they want. Count on us for unparallel trucking solutions!

About Us

Legacy Permits Inc. is a premier Canadian company catering to all the needs of the trucking companies irrespective of their size. Legacy Permits Inc. is a one stop destination that provides comprehensive solutions to the independent trucking companies.

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LEGACY PERMITS are great and always provide right direction and advise. without thinking about money. Happy to have my company in the right hands.

blveer s

Extremely easy company to work with. Their service is seamless. Hats off and a big thank you to Jujninder - thank YOU!!

J Save

This is one of the most professional and efficient permits company in all of greater Toronto area, they made the process of attaining permits so easy and simple, I cannot say enough how crucial this company was and helping our business take off and get rolling. Absolutely recommend this company for taking out all the stress in all of the permit process!

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Our Blogs

No thaw restrictions for food and medicine

The Ministère des Transports du Québec (MTQ) has published a ministerial decree which, due to the current situation related to Covid-19, lifts the load restrictions during the thaw period for certain trucks, depending on the nature of their cargo. The exception rule...

Quebec lifts spring thaw restrictions for specific loads

MONTREAL, Que. – Quebec’s Transportation Ministry is lifting spring thaw load restrictions for certain trucks, depending on the nature of their cargo, from now until June 19. The exemption applies to vehicles carrying only food, sanitary and medical equipment,...

Nova Scotia latest to adopt HoS exemption for Covid-19 relief

HALIFAX, N.S. – The Province of Nova Scotia is the latest to adopt an hours-of-service (HoS) exemption for those hauling specific Covid-19 relief items. The exemption is subject to various conditions. Prior to operating under the HoS exemption, the provincial HoS...

FMCSA COVID-19 Drug & Alcohol Testing Guidance

FMCSA COVID-19 Drug & Alcohol Testing Guidance.pdf DISRUPTIONS TO DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19) PRESIDENTIALLY DECLARED NATIONAL EMERGENCY[1]   To help ensure the safety and well-being of everyone, while also...

Coronavirus: All non-essential workplaces ordered to close in Ontario

Premier Doug Ford has ordered the closure of all non-essential workplaces in Ontario amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Ford said the order is to take effect Tuesday at 11:59 p.m. and will be in effect for at least 14 days. “The next 36 hours will give...

COVID-19 guide from TruckingHR Canada

As we all cope and respond to the Covid-19 pandemic, Trucking HR Canada is here to support trucking and logistics employers.  We thank all of you for the work you are doing in ensuring the flow of goods and supplies to large and small communities across the...

Canada, U.S. border temporarily closing to non-essential traffic to slow COVID-19

Traffic at the Canada-U.S. border has been limited to everything but “essential” crossings. Supply chains, including trucking, will not be affected by this new measure

Using Or Driving Truck or Rideshare During The Coronavirus? Stay Safe With These Tips

Like most people, I’m taking some time off during the coronavirus national emergency by spending time on my yacht and soaking in some Netflix binges. Just like you, right? Riiiight. Truthfully, like most people, I’m scrambling to fill in the lost income from...

U.S. truck stops will remain open

The association that represents the travel plaza and truck stop industry in the U.S. has confirmed that its members will remain open and continue to serve all drivers during the fight against Covid-19. NATSO, previously known as the National Association of Truck Stop...

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