Collect on Delivery (COD)

COD’s are accepted in the form of legal tender (cheque, cash, money order). The carrier will not be held responsible for NSF or “bounced” cheques. The charges for this service is $10.00 CDN.


Conditions of Carriage per the Canadian Uniform Highway Bill of Lading and Provincial regulations respecting Motor Carrier Services are hereby incorporated by reference and govern transportation services performed under this tariff, and are subject to applicable Municipal By-laws.

Dangerous Goods

All our personnel are qualified to handle Dangerous Goods shipments. Shipper must notify Rolls Right that shipment contains dangerous goods when placing a call for pick-up. Shipper is also responsible to supply properly completed paperwork and placards if required.

Extra Help

Deliveries requiring extra man supplied by the carrier will be assessed an additional charge. Minimum $50 / $60 CDN or more per hour by division, 4 hours minimum.


No liability shall be recognized by the carrier for damage or delay due to improper packaging or improper labeling of shipments. No claim shall be recognized for fragile commodities such as glass, ceramics, delicate instruments and plants unless the value is declared and the item is packaged properly.


If a declared value is declared on the bill of lading, the higher value must be agreed to in writing, by the carrier prior to acceptance. For all declared value shipments additional charges of 2% of declared value are required for supplementary insurance . Maximum Liability is $2 per lb. unless declared valuation states otherwise.

Light or Bulky Freight

Light or Bulky commodities will be rated subject to the standard transportation of goods cube rule. Charged at 15 pounds per cubic foot.


Shipments requiring Power-tail/ rail gate will be assessed an additional charge.


Pallets for LTL deliveries should not exceed 5 1/2 ft or 65 inches in stacked height.

Proof of Delivery (POD)

POD’s are available free of charge under 3 months. POD’s older than 3 months will be subject to a $10.00 CDN charge.


Rolls Right Industries will not be liable for Non-Compliance or late fees negotiated between the shipper and the consignee. We understand the requirements set forth and consistently uphold our standard to provide solutions & services on time.


All charges are in Canadian Dollars. Shipments destined to towns not named on the rate-sheet will be rated to the next farthest town named on the rate-sheet.


Net on Receipt of invoice. 2% interest will be charged on overdue accounts of greater than 45 days. Any claims for billing errors must be reported within 10 days.

Trailer Demurrage

Trailer rental charges will be applied to all shipments where the Carrier’s trailer is detained beyond normal loading/unloading time.


Unloading time in excess of what is considered normal (15 minutes at each end or 1 trailer-load) will be charged at $60.00 CDN per hour in 15 minute increments.


Valuation charges of $0.50 CDN per $100.00 CDN will be assessed when the Shipper declares a shipment value in excess of $2.00 CDN per pound.

Key Points regarding Freight Claims

– GST, PST and HST are not applicable on freight claims 

– Freight Charges on the shipment must be paid before the claim is processed.

-Upon approval of the claim, the carrier is entitled to take possession of the claimed goods.
-A notation of “Subject to Inspection” on a delivery receipt is not a verification of damage. Existence at the time of delivery is a prerequisite for all cases of concealed damage to have the right to inspection. It’s important to distinguish visible damage by explicitly noting it as such during the delivery process.

-Unless the value of the shipment is stated on the Bill of Lading/Waybill, the goods are released for carriage at a value not exceeding $2.00 per pound.
-All claim settlements, even if a value is declared, are subject to the terms and conditions of the standard Bill of Lading


Article 1 – The carrier of the goods described in this bill of lading is liable for any loss or damage to the goods accepted by the carrier or the carrier’s agent except as provided in these Articles.


Article 2 – In the case of a shipment handled by 2 or more carriers, the carrier issuing the bill of lading (the “originating carrier”), and the carrier who assumes responsibility for delivery to the consignee (the “delivering carrier”), in addition to any other liability under these Articles, are, if the goods being transported are lost or damaged while they are in the custody of any other carrier to whom these goods are or have been delivered, jointly and severally liable with that other carrier for that loss or damage.


Article 3 – The originating carrier or the delivering carrier, as the case may be, is entitled to recover from any other carrier to whom the goods are or have been delivered the amount of the loss or damage that the originating carrier or delivering carried, as the case may be, may be required to pay under these Articles resulting from loss or damage to the goods while they were in the custody of such other carrier.


Article 4 – Nothing in Article 2 or 3 deprives a consignor or a consignee of any remedy or right of action that the consignor or consignee may have against any carrier.


Article 5 – The carrier is not liable for (a) loss, damage or delay to any of the goods described in this bill of lalling because of an Act of God, the Queen’s or public enemies, riots, strikes or a defect or inherent vice in the goods being transported, or (b) loss, or damage resulting from the act or default of the consignor, the owner of the goods or the consignee, the authority of law, quarantine or differences in weights of grain, seed or other commodities caused by natural shrinkage.


Article 6 – The carrier is not bound to transport the goods referred to in this bill of lading by any particular vehicle or in time for any particular market or otherwise than with due dispatch unless by agreement specifically endorsed on this bill of lading and signed by the parties to it.


Article 7 – In case of physical necessity, the carrier has the right to forward the said goods by any conveyance or route between the point of shipment and the point of destination, but the liability of the carrier remains the same as though the entire carriage were by highway.


Article 8 – If goods are stopped and held in transit at the request of a party entitled to make such request, the goods are held at the risk of that party.


Article 9 – Subject to Article 10, the amount of any loss or damage for which the carrier is liable, whether or not such loss or damage results from negligence, is to be computed on lie basis of the value of the goods at the place and time of shipment (including the freight and other charges if paid and the duty if paid or payable and not refundable) unless a lower value has been represented in writing by the consignor or has been agreed on between the parties to this bill of lading, or is determined by the classification or tariff on which the rate is based, in any of which events such lower value is the amount that governs the computation of the maximum liability of the carrier.


Article 10 – The amount of any loss or damage computed under Article 9 must not exceed $2 per found ($4.41 per kilogram), computed on the total weight of the shipment, up to a maximum value of $100,000.00. If a value greater than $100,000.00 is declared written approval from Rolls Right Industries Ltd. is required and the declared amount written on the face of the bill of lading by the consignor.


Article 11 – If it agreed between the parties that goods are to be carried at the risk of the consignor, that agreement covers only those risks that are necessarily incidental to transportation and does not relieve the carrier from liability for any loss or damage or delay that may result from any negligent act or omission of the carrier or the carrier’s agents or employees, and the burden of proving freedom from that negligence or omission is on the carrier.


Article 12a – The carrier is not liable for loss, damage or delay to any of the goods transported under this bill of lading unless notice of the loss, damage or delay, setting out particulars of the origin, destination and date of shipment of the goods and the estimated amount claimed in respect of such loss, damage or delay, is given in writing to the originating carrier (or the delivering carrier) within 60 days after the delivery of the goods, or, in the case of failure to make delivery, within 9 months after the dale of shipment of the goods.


Article 12b – The final statement of the claim must be filed within 9 months after the date of shipment, together with a copy of the paid freight bill.


Article 13 – A carrier is not bound to carry any documents, specie or any articles of extraordinary value unless by special agreement to do so. If such goods are carried without a special agreement and the nature of the goods is not disclosed in this bill of lading, the carrier is not liable for any loss or damage in excess of the maximum liability stipulated in Article 10 of these Conditions of Carriage.


Article 14a – If required by the carrier, the freight and all other lawful charges accruing on the goods must be paid before delivery, and if on inspection it is ascertained that the goods shipped are not those described in this bill of lading, the freight charges must be paid on the goods actually shipped, with any additional charges lawfully payable on those goods.


Article 14b – Should the consignor fail to indicate on this bill of lading that a shipment is b be transported prepaid, or should the consignor fail to indicate the basis on which the shipment is to be transported, the carrier is entitled to transport the shipment on a freight collect basis.


Article 15 – Every person, whether as principal or agent, shipping explosives or dangerous goods without previous full disclosure to the carrier or its agent of the nature of such goods is liable for all loss or damage caused by those explosives or dangerous goods and such goods may be warehoused at the consignor’s risk and expense.


Article 16 – If, through no fault of the carrier, goods cannot be delivered, the carrier after having given notice to the consignor and the consignee that delivery has not been made, and after requesting disposal instructions, may, pending receipt of such disposal instructions. store the goods in the warehouse of the carrier subject to a reasonable charge for storage, or, after notifying the consignor of the carrier’s intention, may cause the goods to be removed to and stored in a public or licensed warehouse at the expense of the consignor without liability on the part of the carrier, and subject to a lien for all freight and other lawful charges, including a reasonable charge for storage.


Article 17 – If notice has been given by the carrier under Article 16 and no disposal instructions have been received within 10 days after the date of that notice, the carrier may return to the consignor at the consignor’s expense all undelivered shipments with respect to which the notice has been given.


Article 18 – Subject to Article 19, any alteration, addition or ensure in the bill of lading must be signed or initiated by the consignor or the consignor’s agent and the originating carrier or that carrier’s agent, and unless so acknowledged is without effect, and this bill of lading is enforceable according to its original tenor.


Article 19 – It is the responsibility of the consignor to show correct shipping weights of the shipment on the bill of lading if completed by the consignor. Despite Article 18, failure to do this makes the bill of lading subject to correction in this respect by the carrier. Disclaimer: Rolls Right follows all the rules, acts and regulations dictated by the Ministry of Transportation in the Province of B.C. and the National Safely Code of Canada.