The company TransCanada 2022 Inc., domiciled at 75 Blvd des Châteaux, Suite 322, in Blainville in the province of Quebec, Canada, is organizing from September 8th to September 24th, 2022, the TransCanada 2022.

The TransCanada 2022 is a grand touring ride reserved for historic classified cars, built between January 1, 1935 and December 31, 1985.

The purpose of the TransCanada 2022 is to allow owners of old vehicles to run and showcase their vehicles, without any notion of competition or sporting event, with optimal road and safety conditions.

TransCanada 2022 aims to promote the discovery of Canada’s landscape, natural, wildlife, cultural and historical heritage. Everything is organized so that each participant, in their vehicle, can travel from coast to coast, creating lasting memories.

The TransCanada 2022 takes place on roads open to the public, in compliance with the Highway Code of Canada, is not subject to any particular classification and does not give any priority or privilege to its participants over other users of the road.


The TransCanada 2022 is a journey that takes place across Canada, for 16 days, which connects 14 stages, over a total distance of approximately 5000 kilometers and which is continuously dotted with various tourist activities, discoveries, tastings of local cuisine, and many other surprises.

The TransCanada 2022 is a secret route ride, which crews will discover as they go measure of their progress on the roads of the various Canadian provinces. An itinerary that will be revealed at the time of departure, displayed in the vehicles, on a computer support previously provided to the crews by the Organization. Equipment that will also be an easy and quick way to be in contact with the Organization, its Mechanical Assistance or its Medical Assistance and an efficient, fast and reliable means of communication, if information needs to be disseminated urgently to a crew.

Crew Obligations :

Upon arrival in Canada, any person who makes up the crew and who will be, required to drive a vehicle participating in the TransCanada 2022, will have to sign a certificate of honor that it holds a valid driver’s license, and, for certain countries, has at least one aptitude point.

The crew must comply always with the Highway Code in force in Canada and it is personally responsible for any report or statement of offense given to him.

The crew must imperatively take the start of each stage and comply with their schedule departure but also at the time slots that will be, sent to him for activities or meals. The crew assumes all the consequences of a lack of punctuality.

The crew has the obligation to install in their vehicle, at each start of a stage, on a temporary basis with a suction cup system, the computer support that will allow him to know the route to follow.

The crew has the obligation to provide IT support to the Organization at the end of each stage

The crew are solely responsible for their supply of gasoline, oil, and water.

The crew must comply with the instructions received from the TransCanada 2022 Organization and to the use of certain petroleum to refuel his vehicle.

The crew recognizes the authority of the TransCanada 2022 Organization and accepts that all decisions made by the TransCanada 2022 Organization are final and without appeal.

The crew acknowledges having taken note that the TransCanada 2022 Organization will sanction any abusive and inappropriate behavior, will cancel the departure of any vehicle which it deems the crew about to drive impaired and reserves the right to come to exclude a crew from the TransCanada 2022.

The crew agrees that in the event of postponement or cancellation of TransCanada 2022, and regardless of reason, the amounts received will be, refunded in full, excluding any other form of compensation or indemnity.

The crew accepts all the different parameters of the TransCanada 2022 which are, included in the different chapters and agrees to comply with them.

Equipment Required for Vehicles :

Upon delivery of the vehicle to the port of departure, the TransCanada 2022 Organization will request to see the original vehicle registration certificate and a valid insurance certificate confirming that the vehicle is insured to travel in Canada until September 25th, 2022 inclusive.  Otherwise, the vehicle cannot be shipped and its crew declared excluded from TransCanada 2022.

Upon delivery of the vehicle to the port of departure, checks made and will focus on the good condition of the tires, the good condition of the windshield, the general lighting of the vehicle, the presence of a jack and a spare wheel as well as compliance with legislation on noise emissions. Otherwise, the vehicle not accepted, and its crew declared excluded from TransCanada 2022.

The TransCanada 2022 Organization will provide each crew with two plates (rally type plates) that the crew will have to attach to their vehicle. One plate must be, visibly installed at the front of the vehicle and the second at the rear of the vehicle. TransCanada 2022 plates must not, even partially, conceal the official license plates of the vehicle. The TransCanada 2022 Organization reserves the right to supply either flexible rally plates or aluminum rally plates.

The Organization will provide each crew with a small plate equipped with suction cups, with the number of the vehicle. This small plate should be, installed inside the rear side window on the traffic side. It must always be visible and installed properly while the vehicle is engaged in the TransCanada 2022. In the event of abandonment, the crew must return it to the Organization.

Started of the Stages :

Throughout the duration of TransCanada 2022, the departure orders will be, defined by the Organization and communicated to the crews the day before, at the end of their daily stage.

Departures will be, staggered with a one-minute sequence. The Organization reserves the right to modify this starting sequence to suit certain circumstances or situations.

During an activity in the TransCanada 2022 program, each crew will be, notified upon arrival on the activity site, the time at which he will have to leave and will have to be, confirmed at his departure time.

Immobilization, Abandonment :

If any problem occurs on a participating vehicle that would force its immobilization, TransCanada Mechanical Assistance would intervene with a service unit and, if necessary, provide towing to a local garage, referenced, and affiliated with TransCanada. Canada forbids the repair of a vehicle on public roads.

  • Under the sole authority of the crew, repairs will take place in the garage. Repair costs and parts costs detached, will be the responsibility of the crew.
  • If the vehicle becomes immobilized more than 100 km from the place of the end of the day’s stage or that an arm of the sea, a river, separates it from the place of the end of the day’s stage, crew will be, accommodated close to the garage but will have to bear the costs.
  • If the vehicle becomes immobilized less than 100 km from the place of the end of the day’s stage without an arm of the sea, a river, separating it from the place of the end of the day’s stage, the crew may decide to stay near the garage and assume the costs or join, with the Mechanical Assistance vehicle, the stopover accommodation initially planned. The TransCanada 2022 Organization will take the crew back to their vehicle and assist them the next day.
  • If the vehicle cannot make it to the start of the scheduled leg 48 hours after being, immobilized, the vehicle will be, removed from TransCanada. The crew will have two possibilities:
    A) To continue to follow the TransCanada, by renting a vehicle for which it will bear the costs.
    B) To leave the TransCanada. If the crew decides to leave TransCanada 2022, the Organization will arrange for the repatriation of the crew to the first Canadian airport that will provide a connection to the crew’s destination airport. The cost of changing plane tickets will be, borne by the crew.
  • The costs of approaching the vehicle from the place of its immobilization to the departure area for its return sea shipment will be, borne by the crew.
  • There will be no refunds which will be, given following the abandonment of a crew or if a crew is, excluded from the TransCanada 2022, regardless of the time of abandonment or exclusion.


The Organization reserves the right to make any modification to these regulations as well as to the program of TransCanada 2022.

The Organization reserves the right to stop and cancel, partially or totally, at any time, if circumstances so require.

Computer support is lent to the crew who will therefore have custody and responsibility for it throughout their participation in TransCanada 2022. The loss or willful or major breakage of this equipment will be billed to the crew 1500, – CAD (Canadian dollars).

Number allocation is in order of arrival of TransCanada 2022 registrations but will be announced on the day of vehicle reception in Halifax, Friday, September 9th, 2022.

Number 13 will not be assigned.