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Sergio Tristan Maldonado PASA

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

USDOT logo   Legal: SERGIO TRISTAN MALDONADO
Operating (DBA): TRISTAN TRANSFER
MC/MX #: RFC #: TIMS780409SV9 Federal Tax ID: Application Tracking #: 11537
Review Type: Safety Audit - Pre-Authority (OP1)
Scope: Entire Operation Location of Review/Audit: Company facility in another country Territory:
Operation Types Interstate Intrastate
Carrier: Non-HM N/A
Shipper: N/A N/A
Cargo Tank: N/A
Business: Individual
Gross Revenue: $0.00         for year ending: 12/31/2011
Company Physical Address:
INDEPENDENCIA # 7313
NUEVO LAREDO, TA 88120 MEXICO
Contact Name: Sergio Tristan Maldonado
Phone numbers: (1) 867-710-1703 (2) Fax
E-Mail Address: REJEGO.TM@HOTMAIL.COM
Company Mailing Address:
4702 ARK CTS
LAREDO, TX 78046
Process Agent Address:
4702 ARK CTS
LAREDO, TX 78046
Contact Name: RUBEN CRUZ MARTINEZ
Phone numbers: (1) 956-722-1806 (2) Fax
E-Mail Address:
Carrier Classification
Authorized for Hire
Cargo Classification
General Freight              Fresh Produce
Does carrier transport placardable quantities of HM? No
Is an HM Permit required? N/A
Driver Information
  Inter Intra
< 100 Miles: 0 0
>= 100 Miles: 3 0
 
Average trip leased drivers/month:   0
Total Drivers:   3
CDL Drivers:   3
Equipment
  Owned Term Leased Trip Leased   Owned Term Leased Trip Leased
Truck Tractor 3 0 0        
Power units used in the U.S.: 3
Percentage of time used in the U.S.: 50

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TRISTAN TRANSFER (SERGIO TRISTAN MALDONADO dba)
Application Tracking #:11537 RFC #: TIMS780409SV9
Review Date:
11/20/2012
Part A
Questions about this report or the Federal Motor Carrier Safety or Hazardous Materials regulations may be addressed to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration at:
 
  1. 1778 Carr Road, Suite 3 A
  2. Calexico, CA 92231
  3. Phone: (760)768-7300   Fax: (760)768-6423
This SAFETY AUDIT will be used to assess your safety compliance.
Person(s) Interviewed
Name: Sergio Tristan Maldonado   Title: Owner
Name:   Title:

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TRISTAN TRANSFER (SERGIO TRISTAN MALDONADO dba)
Application Tracking #:11537 RFC #: TIMS780409SV9
Review Date:
11/20/2012
Part B - Questions and Answers
Question General # 1 - Section # 387.7(a) Acute
Does the carrier have the required minimum level of financial responsibility in effect?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question General # 2 - Section # 387.7(d) Critical
Does the carrier have required proof of financial responsibility?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question General # 3 - Section # 390.15(b)(1)
Can the carrier provide a complete accident register of recordable accidents?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question General # 4 - Section # 390.15(b)(2) Critical
Does the carrier have copies of all accident reports required by States or other government entities or insurers?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question General # 5 - Section # 390.3(e)
Is the carrier knowledgeable of the FMCSRs/HMRs?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question General # 6 - Section # 390.21
Does the carrier know the commercial motor vehicles marking requirements?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Driver # 1 - Section # 391.51(a) Critical
Does the carrier maintain complete driver qualification files?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Driver # 2 - Section # 391.11(b)(4) Acute
Is the carrier using physically qualified drivers?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 3 - Section # 391.45(a), 391.45(b) Critical
Does available evidence indicate the motor carrier has used a driver without a medical certificate or with an expired medical certificate?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 4 - Section # 391.15(a) Acute
Is the carrier using any disqualified drivers?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 5 - Section # 391.51(b)(2) Critical
Does the carrier maintain driving and employment history inquiry data in driver qualification files?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 6 - Section # 382.115(a) Acute
Has the carrier implemented an alcohol and/or controlled substances testing program?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Driver # 7 - Section # 382.213(b) Acute
Has the carrier used drivers who have used controlled substances?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 8 - Section # 382.215 Acute
Has the carrier used a driver who has tested positive for a controlled substance?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 9 - Section # 382.201 Acute
Has the carrier used a driver known to have an alcohol concentration of 0.04 or greater?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 10 - Section # 382.505(a) Acute
Has the carrier used a driver found to have an alcohol concentration of .02 or greater but less than .04 within 24 hours of being tested?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 11 - Section # 382.301(a) Critical
Has the carrier ensured that drivers have undergone testing for controlled substances prior to performing a safety sensitive function?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 12 - Section # 382.303(a) Critical
Has the carrier conducted post accident testing on drivers for alcohol and/or controlled substances?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 13 - Section # 382.305 Acute
Has the carrier implemented random testing program?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Driver # 14 - Section # 382.305(b)(1) Critical
Has the carrier conducted random alcohol testing at an annual rate of not less than the applicable annual rate of the average number of driver positions?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 15 - Section # 382.305(b)(2) Critical
Has the carrier conducted controlled substance testing at an annual rate of not less than the applicable annual rate of the average number of driver positions?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 16 - Section # 40.305(a)
Has the carrier conducted the required return-to-duty tests on employees returning to safety-sensitive functions?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 17 - Section # 40.309(a)
Is the carrier conducting follow-up testing as directed by the Substance Abuse Professional?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 18 - Section # 382.211 Acute
Has the carrier used a driver who has refused to submit to an alcohol or controlled substances test required under Part 382?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 19 - Section # 382.503 Critical
Has the carrier used a Substance Abuse Professional as required by 49 CFR Part 40 Subpart O?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 20 - Section # 383.23(a) Critical
Has a driver operated a commercial motor vehicle without a current operating license, or a license, which hasn't been properly classed and endorsed?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 21 - Section # 383.37(a) Acute
Has the motor carrier allowed it's drivers who's CDLs have been suspended, revoked or canceled by a state, have lost the right to operate a CMV in a State, or have been disqualified from operating a CMV to operate a commercial motor vehicle?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 22 - Section # 383.51(a) Acute
Has the motor carrier knowingly allowed, required, permitted, or authorized a driver to drive who is disqualified to drive a commercial motor vehicle?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #1 - Section # 395.8(a) Critical
Does the carrier require drivers to make a record of duty status?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #2 - Section # 395.8(i) Critical
Does the carrier require drivers to submit records of duty status within 13 days?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #3 - Section # 395.8(k)(1) Critical
Can the carrier produce records of duty status and supporting documents for selected drivers?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #4 - Section # 395.3(a)(1) Critical
Has the carrier allowed driver(s) to exceed the 11-hour rule? (Property)
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #5 - Section # 395.3(a)(2) Critical
Has the carrier allowed driver(s) to exceed the 14-hour rule? (Property)
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #6 - Section # 395.3(b)(1) Critical
Has the carrier allowed driver(s) to drive after having been on duty more than 60 hours in 7 consecutive days? (Property)
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #7 - Section # 395.3(b)(2) Critical
Has the carrier allowed driver(s) to drive after having been on duty more than 70 hours in 8 consecutive days? (Property)
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #8 - Section # 395.5(a)(1) Critical
Has the carrier allowed driver(s) to exceed the 10 hour rule? (Passenger)
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #9 - Section # 395.5(a)(2) Critical
Has the carrier allowed driver(s) to exceed the 15 hour rule? (Passenger)
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #10 - Section # 395.5(b)(1) Critical
Has the carrier allowed driver(s) to drive after having been on duty more than 60 hours in 7 consecutive days? (Passenger)
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #11 - Section # 395.5(b)(2) Critical
Has the carrier allowed driver(s) to drive after having been on duty more than 70 hours in 8 consecutive days? (Passenger)
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #12 - Section # 395.8(e) Critical
Does available evidence indicate a selected driver has prepared a false record of duty status?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #13 - Section #
Does the carrier adhere to a disciplinary policy for noncompliance with Part 395?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #14 - Section # 395.1(e)
Does the carrier have a system for recording hours of duty status on 100- mile radius drivers, and are they properly utilizing the 100 air-mile radius exemption?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Operation #15 - Section # 392.2 Critical
Does the motor carrier ensure that drivers operate commercial motor vehicles in accordance with the laws, ordinances, and regulations of the jurisdictions in which they are operating?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #16 - Section # 392.9(a)(1) Critical
Does the carrier ensure that drivers are not permitted to drive a vehicle without the cargo properly distributed and adequately secured?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #17 - Section # 392.4(b) Acute
Have any drivers operated a commercial motor vehicle while under the influence of, or in possession of, narcotic drugs, amphetamines, or any other substances capable of rendering the drivers incapable of safely operating motor vehicles?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #18 - Section # 392.5(b)(1) Acute
Have any drivers operated a commercial motor vehicle while under the influence of, or in possession of, intoxicating beverages?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #19 - Section # 392.5(b)(2) Acute
Have any drivers operated a commercial motor vehicle within 4 hours of having consumed intoxicating beverages?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Maintenance # 1 - Section # 396.3(b) Critical
Can the carrier produce maintenance files for requested vehicle(s)?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Maintenance # 2 - Section # 396.17(a) Critical
Can the motor carrier produce evidence of periodic (annual) inspections for selected vehicles?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Maintenance # 3 - Section # 396.11(a) Critical
Does the motor carrier require drivers to complete vehicle inspection reports daily?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Maintenance # 4 - Section # 396.11(c) Acute
Does the carrier ensure that out-of-service defects listed by the driver in the driver vehicle inspection reports are corrected before the vehicle is operated again?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Maintenance # 5 - Section # 396.9(c)(2) Acute
Does the carrier ensure vehicles that have been declared "out-of-service" do not operate before repairs have been made?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Maintenance # 6 - Section # 396.19
Is the carrier using qualified inspectors (mechanic) and maintaining evidence of the inspector's qualifications?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Maintenance # 7 - Section # 396.3
Can the carrier explain its systematic, periodic maintenance program?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Other # 1 - Section # 375.211
Does the carrier participate in an Arbitration Program?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Other # 2 - Section # 13702
Does the carrier assess shipper freight charges based upon published tariffs?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Other # 3 - Section # 375.401(c)
Does the carrier provide reasonably accurate estimates of moving charges?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Other # 4 - Section # 375.407(a), 375.703(b)
Has the carrier avoided "hostage freight" or other predatory practices?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Other # 5 - Section # 387.301(a), 387.301(b)
Does the HHG carrier have sufficient levels of public liability and cargo insurance?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Other # 6 - Section # 13901
Is the motor carrier authorized to conduct interstate operations in the United States?
Answer
N/A
Comments

Note: No Hazardous Materials questions were asked because the carrier does not carry Hazardous Materials in Interstate Commerce.

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TRISTAN TRANSFER (SERGIO TRISTAN MALDONADO dba)
Application Tracking #:11537 RFC #: TIMS780409SV9
Review Date:
11/20/2012
Part B Requirements and/or Recommendations
  1. Accident Countermeasures is a set of defensive strategies designed to reduce preventable accidents. The strategies and forms for implementing accident countermeasures can be found on the FMCSA website at: http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/forms/print/accident.htm
  2. Copies of the regulations, forms, interpretations, and manuals are available from a variety of sources. Check the FMCSA website for a current list of suppliers. www.fmcsa.dot.gov/safety-security/eta/index.htm
  3. A copy of your carrier profile can be obtained for $20 from the SAFER website (http://safer.fmcsa.dot.gov) or by calling 800-832-5660 or 703 280-4001. You can also write: Computing Technologies Inc. P.O. Box 3248, Merrifield, VA 22116-3248. Profile cost if ordered by mail or phone is $27.50.
  4. Ensure that all vehicles are properly marked with your name or trade name and U.S. DOT number. If your vehicles are also periodically operating for other carriers, they must be marked with that carrier's name and U.S. DOT#.
  5. Conduct periodic internal reviews of your driver qualification, hours of service control, maintenance, accident analysis/reporting, training, and other safety systems to ensure continued compliance with the FMCSR.
  6. Employers are responsible for their officers', employees', agents', consortia, and/or contractors' compliance with the requirements of 49 CFR Parts 40 and 382.
  7. Cease all for-hire interstate transportation of regulated commodities until evidence of public liability is filed with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
  8. Cease all interstate or foreign transportation until properly registered with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
  9. Retain on file a properly completed & current copy of your form MCS-90 financial responsibility endorsement.
  10. Obtain a copy of each driver's driving record and review it annually.
  11. Review the circumstances under which a CDL is required. CDL and drug testing rules apply to both interstate andintrastate commerce.
  12. Ensure that drivers provide a 10-year employment history on their employment application.
  13. Ensure that all drivers are fully and properly qualified before operating in interstate commerce. Maintain a complete file as required for each driver, documenting the qualification process.
  14. Do not allow drivers to drive interstate unless they have been physically re-examined each 24 months.
  15. Do not allow physically unqualified drivers to drive in interstate commerce.
  16. Ensure that a trained collection-site person utilizing the proper collection materials and custody and control forms does drug-test collection.
  17. Laboratory must transmit aggregate statistical summary on semi-annual basis.
  18. Maintain all required controlled substance testing records including yearly summaries, quarterly summaries, test information, test results, records of training etc., as required by 49 CFR Parts 40 and 382 of the FMCSR .
  19. Use only those laboratories certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration for the analysis of urine specimens. For a list of certified laboratories check www.drugfreeworkplace.gov or call (301) 443-6014.
  20. Use of radar detectors or similar devices on commercial vehicles is illegal. Do not require or permit drivers to use them. Take appropriate disciplinary action against drivers if they are using such devices.
  21. Do not schedule or require drivers to make trips requiring them to exceed posted speed limits in order to complete the run within the hours of service limits.
  22. Require all drivers to prepare complete and accurate records of duty status for each day, and to submit them within 13 days. Maintain all duty status records on file, with all supporting documents, for at least 6 months.
  23. Ensure that all documents supporting records of duty status (such as toll, fuel repair and other on-the-road expense receipts, as well as invoices, bills of lading, dispatch records, etc.) are kept on file for at least 6 months.
  24. Obtain from any driver used for the first time (or intermittently) a signed statement showing the total time on-duty during the preceding seven (7) days and the time at which the driver was last relieved from duty .
  25. Toll receipts and other on-the-road expense receipts, invoices, bills of lading, dispatch records, and other "supporting document" must be kept on file for six (6) months. This requirement also applies to records generated by the use of owner-operators. You may keep legible photocopies in lieu of originals.
  26. If you want some drivers to use the 100 air-mile radius exemption, make sure that the drivers meet all terms of theexemption, including being released from duty no more than 12 hours from when they report for duty. Logs must beprepared if a driver does not meet the 12 hour requirement.
  27. New & intermittently used drivers must provide a signed statement showing their total time on-duty for the seven dayspreceding any trip. These records must be kept on file for 6-months.
  28. Ensure that all drivers' records of duty status (logs) are accurate. Check them against "supporting documents" toverify accuracy. Prohibit falsification of logs by any driver. Review the rules on supporting documents. Take appropriate action against drivers who falsify logs.
  29. Establish a systematic maintenance records program for all vehicles. Maintain a complete file for each subjectvehicle, recording all repair, maintenance and inspection operations performed.
  30. Require all drivers to prepare a written inspection report for each day a vehicle is operated. Ensure that each report issigned by the driver, certified, and reviewed if defects are reported.
  31. Keep all driver vehicle inspection reports, signed, certified, and reviewed as required on file for at least 90 days.
  32. Ensure that the persons or entities that perform preventative maintenance inspections on your equipment are abidingby agreed time or mileage intervals. Ensure that records are kept of such periodic preventative maintenanceinspections. Take corrective action, if schedules are not being adhered to.
  33. Review with your drivers periodically the procedures for doing pre-trip and post-trip inspections. Ensure that safety defects reported by drivers on their Vehicle Inspection Reports (VIR) are repaired before the vehicle is re-dispatched. Require drivers to prepare Vehicle Inspection Reports on a daily basis. Keep them on file for 90 days.
  34. A complete Educational and Technical Assistance package entitled " A MOTOR CARRIER'S GUIDE TO IMPROVING HIGHWAY SAFETY" is available free on the FMCSA website to assist you in complying with the safety regulations. It contains many forms and documents useful for improving the safety of your operations. Check: www.fmcsa.dot.gov/factsfigs/eta/index.html.
  35. Ensure that all drivers subject to pre-employment, random, reasonable cause, post accident, return to duty, and/or follow-up controlled substance testing are tested as required by 49 CFR Parts 40 and 382 of the FMCSR.
  36. For questions about DOT numbers or biennial updates: 800-832-5660 or 703-280-4001
    For questions about licensing, authority or MC numbers: 202-366-9805
    For questions about insurance: 202-385-2423
    For household goods complaints: 888-DOT-SAFT (888-368-7238)
  37. Within 10 working days, file a properly executed MCS-90 financial responsibility endorsement with the Federal MotorCarrier Safety Administration.

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DRIVER VEHICLE EXAMINATION REPORT Aspen 2.13.2.4

USDOT logo U.S.D.O.T/Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
Calexico Field Office
1778 Carr Road Suite 3A
Calexico, CA 92231
DATA CHALLENGES: https://dataqs.fmcsa.dot.gov
Report Number: US1220130012
Inspection Date: 11/20/2012
Start: 11:35 AM CT     End: 12: 05 PM CT
Inspection Levek: V-Terminal
HM Inspection Type: None
SERGIO TRISTAN MALDONADO
INDEPENDENCIA #7313
NUEVO LAREDO, TA 88120
 
USDOT#: *******   Phone#: (867) 710-1703
MC/MX#:   Fax#:
State#:
Driver:
License#:                     State:
Date of Birth:
CoDriver:
License#:                     State:
Date of Birth:
Location: CARRIER’S TERMINAL Mile Post: Shipper:
Highway: 934 AVENIDA REVOLUCION Origin: Bill of Landing:
County: (TAMAULIBAS), TA Destination: Cargo:
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
Unit Type Make Year State Plate# Equipment ID VIN GVWR CVSA# CVSA Issued# OOS Stricker
1 TT VOLV 1995 MX 914SU1 10 4V1VDBRF0SN704946 52,000   17798778  
BRAKE ADJUSTMENTS
Axle# 1 2 3
Right 1 1/8 1 7/8 1 7/8
Left 1 1/8 1 1/2 1 1/2
Chamber C-20 C-30 C-30
VIOLATIONS:
Vio Code Section Unit OOS Citation# Verify Crash Violation Discovered
1 TT VOLV 1995 MX 914SU1 10 Front – Left and right turn signal lamp reflectors are broken. Light vulbs are exposed.
HazMat: No HM Transported. Placard: No Cargo Tank:
Special Checks: PASA Inspection
USDOT logo U.S.D.O.T/Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
Calexico Field Office
1778 Carr Road Suite 3A
Calexico, CA 92231
DATA CHALLENGES: https://dataqs.fmcsa.dot.gov
Report Number: US1220130011
Inspection Date: 11/20/2012
Start: 10:55 AM CT     End: 11: 30 AM CT
Inspection Levek: V-Terminal
HM Inspection Type: None
SERGIO TRISTAN MALDONADO
INDEPENDENCIA #7313
NUEVO LAREDO, TA 88120
 
USDOT#: *******   Phone#: (867) 710-1703
MC/MX#:   Fax#:
State#:
Driver:
License#:                     State:
Date of Birth:
CoDriver:
License#:                     State:
Date of Birth:
Location: CARRIER'S TERMINAL Mile Post: Shipper:
Highway: 934 AVENIDA REVOLUCION Origin: Bill of Landing:
County: (TAMAULIBAS), TA Destination: Cargo:
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
Unit Type Make Year State Plate# Equipment ID VIN GVWR CVSA# CVSA Issued# OOS Stricker
1 TT INTL 1996 MX 912SU1 05 1HSRKAHR8TH345011 52,000   17798777  
BRAKE ADJUSTMENTS
Axle# 1 2 3
Right 1 1 1/8 1 3/8
Left 3/4 1 1 3/8
Chamber C-20 C-30 C-30
VIOLATIONS: No Violations Were Discovered.
HazMat: No HM Transported. Placard: No Cargo Tank:
Special Checks: PASA Inspection
USDOT logo U.S.D.O.T/Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
Calexico Field Office
1778 Carr Road Suite 3A
Calexico, CA 92231
DATA CHALLENGES: https://dataqs.fmcsa.dot.gov
Report Number: US1220130010
Inspection Date: 11/20/2012
Start: 10:12 AM CT     End: 10:49 AM CT
Inspection Levek: V-Terminal
HM Inspection Type: None
SERGIO TRISTAN MALDONADO
INDEPENDENCIA #7313
NUEVO LAREDO, TA 88120
 
USDOT#: *******   Phone#: (867) 710-1703
MC/MX#:   Fax#:
State#:
Driver:
License#:                     State:
Date of Birth:
CoDriver:
License#:                     State:
Date of Birth:
Location: CARRIER'S TERMINAL Mile Post: Shipper:
Highway: 934 AVENIDA REVOLUCION Origin: Bill of Landing:
County: (TAMAULIBAS), TA Destination: Cargo:
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
Unit Type Make Year State Plate# Equipment ID VIN GVWR CVSA# CVSA Issued# OOS Stricker
1 TT STER 2001 MX 588SU1 08 2FWJA6CG91AG03745 52,000   17798776  
BRAKE ADJUSTMENTS
Axle# 1 2 3
Right 1 3/4 2 1 3/4
Left 2 1 7/8 2
Chamber L-20 L-30 L-30
VIOLATIONS:
Vio Code Section Unit OOS Citation# Verify Crash Violation Discovered
393.60C 393.60 (c) 1 N   N N Windshield is cracked on driver side.
HazMat: No HM Transported. Placard: No Cargo Tank:
Special Checks: PASA Inspection

OP-1 MX APPLICATION
AFFILIATIONS INFORMATION SECTION II Attachment #1
Date: 01/22/2013
USDOT # 2344928
Applicants Name: SERGIO TRISTAN MALDONADO
Address: INDEPENDENCIA 7313
NUEVO LAREDO, TAMAULIPAS
MEXICO, C.P. 88120

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
1200 New Jersey Avenue SE
Washington, DC 20590
To whom it may Concern
The OP-1 Application

We answered no affiliations to this question because of the following reasons:

The reason that it was not affiliated answer is because someone helped me fill out the form and also is I've only been employed in the office of my sister MARIA HIGINIA TRISTAN MALDONADO.

And I've never been the owner working with tractors have been used only my sister, even when I am employed by it. and I've never worked with MARIA DOLORES ROSAS VELAZQUEZ (TRANSPORTES CEL).

I just started to give him a loan to my sister on the understanding that the trucks would become mine as I arrange and authorize my permissions UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, but had only made the deal to be word for family.

My sister on the grounds of low economic solvency tractors began to pay in exchange for a little money to cover her other tractors and pay some expenses that had already overstretched and apart for having very little work, for that reason MARIA DOLORES ROSAS VELAZQUEZ (TRANSPORTES CEL) was using the tractors for a little time and as I still had not fully paid the total were in cover by total tractors because it available even as you favor.

Our Company affiliations are: Affiliation list;Name: USDOT #; MC/MX #; Address; Relationship

  • [ MARIA DOLORES ROSAS VELAZQUEZ, DBA TRANSPORTES CEL
  • [ USDOT #: 21610242
  • [ MC/MX #: 751146
  • [ PROL. BERLIN # 2239 NUEVO LAREDO, TAMAULIPAS. MEXICO. C.P. 88135
  • [ NO RELATIONSHIP WITH MARIA DOLORES ROSAS VELAZQUEZ

Sincerely:

SERGIO TRISTAN MALDONADO


OP-1 MX APPLICATION
AFFILIATIONS INFORMATION SECTION II Attachment #2
Date: 01/22/2013
USDOT # 2344928
Applicants Name: SERGIO TRISTAN MALDONADO
Address: INDEPENDENCIA 7313
NUEVO LAREDO, TAMAULIPAS
MEXICO, C.P. 88120

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
1200 New Jersey Avenue SE
Washington, DC 20590
To whom it may Concern
The OP-1 Application

We answered no affiliations to this question because of the following reasons:

The reason that it was not affiliated answer is because someone helped me fill out the form and also is I've only been employed in the office of my sister MARIA HIGINIA TRISTAN MALDONADO.

And I've never been the owner working with tractors only have been used, even by the time I used it.

I just started to give him a loan to my sister on the understanding that the trucks would become mine as I arrange and authorize my permissions UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, but had only made the deal to be word for family.

The truth is that the lease did and after a while, and as the first word only made loans and can not remember the dates when we started to do the leasing process from beginning we did not have a contract and she even still maintained tractors like it.

What I want is to work independently of the permissions of my sister in UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, and have my own permissions and my own tractors and my clients, not my idea to work with anyone with my permission, if they are grant me.

Our Company affiliations are: Affiliation list;Name: USDOT #; MC/MX #; Address; Relationship

  • MARIA HIGINIA TRISTAN MALDONADO, DBA TRUJILLOS TRANSFER
  • USDOT #: 01771021
  • MC/MX #: 646687
  • LONDRES # 845 SUR, NUEVO LAREDO, TAMAULIPAS. MEXICO. C.P. 88120
  • MARIA HIGINIA TRISTAN MALDONADO IS MY SISTER AND SHE IS ALSO WORKING HEAD

Sincerely:

SERGIO TRISTAN MALDONADO
Updated: Monday, March 31, 2014