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  • § 303.1
    Purpose.
  • § 303.3
    Application of this part.
  • § 325.1
    Scope of the rules in this part.
  • § 325.3
    Effective date.
  • § 325.5
    Definitions.
  • § 325.7
    Allowable noise levels.
  • § 325.9
    Measurement tolerances.
  • § 325.11
    Issuance, amendment, and revocation of the rules in this part.
  • § 325.13
    Inspection and examination of motor vehicles.
  • § 325.21
    Scope of the rules in this subpart.
  • § 325.23
    Type of measurement systems which may be used.
  • § 325.25
    Calibration of measurement systems.
  • § 325.27
    Use of a windscreen.
  • § 325.31
    Scope of the rules in this subpart.
  • § 325.33
    Site characteristics; highway operations.
  • § 325.35
    Ambient conditions; highway operations.
  • § 325.37
    Location and operation of sound level measurement system; highway operations.
  • § 325.39
    Measurement procedure; highway operations.
  • § 325.51
    Scope of the rules in this subpart.
  • § 325.53
    Site characteristics; stationary test.
  • § 325.55
    Ambient conditions; stationary test.
  • § 325.57
    Location and operation of sound level measurement systems; stationary test.
  • § 325.59
    Measurement procedure; stationary test.
  • § 325.71
    Scope of the rules in this subpart.
  • § 325.73
    Microphone distance correction factors.
  • § 325.75
    Ground surface correction factors.
  • § 325.77
    Computation of open site requirements—nonstandard sites.
  • § 325.79
    Application of correction factors.
  • § 325.91
    Exhaust systems.
  • § 325.93
    Tires.
  • § 350.101
    What is the Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program (MCSAP)?
  • § 350.103
    What is the purpose of this part?
  • § 350.105
    What definitions are used in this part?
  • § 350.107
    What jurisdictions are eligible for MCSAP funding?
  • § 350.109
    What are the national program elements?
  • § 350.111
    What constitutes traffic enforcement for the purpose of the MCSAP?
  • § 350.201
    What conditions must a State meet to qualify for Basic Program Funds?
  • § 350.203
    [Reserved]
  • § 350.205
    How and when does a State apply for MCSAP funding?
  • § 350.207
    What response does a State receive to its CVSP submission?
  • § 350.209
    How does a State demonstrate that it satisfies the conditions for Basic Program funding?
  • § 350.211
    What is the format of the certification required by § 350.209?
  • § 350.213
    What must a State CVSP include?
  • § 350.215
    What are the consequences for a State that fails to perform according to an approved CVSP or otherwise fails to meet the conditions of this part?
  • § 350.301
    What level of effort must a State maintain to qualify for MCSAP funding?
  • § 350.303
    What are the State and Federal shares of expenses incurred under an approved CVSP?
  • § 350.305
    Are U.S. Territories subject to the matching funds requirement?
  • § 350.307
    How long are MCSAP funds available to a State?
  • § 350.309
    What activities are eligible for reimbursement under the MCSAP?
  • § 350.311
    What specific items are eligible for reimbursement under the MCSAP?
  • § 350.313
    How are MCSAP funds allocated?
  • § 350.315
    How may Basic Program Funds be used?
  • § 350.317
    What are Incentive Funds and how may they be used?
  • § 350.319
    What are permissible uses of High Priority Activity Funds?
  • § 350.321
    What are permissible uses of New Entrant Funds?
  • § 350.323
    What criteria are used in the Basic Program Funds allocation?
  • § 350.325
    [Reserved]
  • § 350.327
    How may States qualify for Incentive Funds?
  • § 350.329
    How may a State or local agency qualify for High Priority Funds?
  • § 350.331
    How does a State ensure its laws and regulations are compatible with the FMCSRs and HMRs?
  • § 350.333
    What are the guidelines for the compatibility review?
  • § 350.335
    What are the consequences if my State has laws or regulations incompatible with the Federal regulations?
  • § 350.337
    How may State laws and regulations governing motor carriers, CMV drivers, and CMVs in interstate commerce differ from the FMCSRs and still be considered compatible?
  • § 350.339
    What are tolerance guidelines?
  • § 350.341
    What specific variances from the FMCSRs are allowed for State laws and regulations governing motor carriers, CMV drivers, and CMVs engaged in intrastate commerce and not subject to Federal jurisdiction?
  • § 350.343
    How may a State obtain a new exemption for State laws and regulations for a specific industry involved in intrastate commerce?
  • § 350.345
    How does a State apply for additional variances from the FMCSRs?
  • § 355.1
    Purpose.
  • § 355.3
    Applicability.
  • § 355.5
    Definitions.
  • § 355.21
    Regulatory review.
  • § 355.23
    Submission of results.
  • § 355.25
    Adopting and enforcing compatible laws and regulations.
  • § 356.1
    Authority to serve a particular area—construction.
  • § 356.3
    [RESERVED]
  • § 356.5
    Traversal authority.
  • § 356.7
    Tacking.
  • § 356.9
    Elimination of routing restrictions—regular route carriers.
  • § 356.11
    Elimination of gateways—regular and irregular route carriers.
  • § 356.13
    Redesignated highways.
  • § 360.1
    Fees for records search, review, copying, certification, and related services.
  • § 360.3
    Filing fees.
  • § 360.5
    Updating user fees.
  • § 365.101
    Applications governed by these rules.
  • § 365.103
    Modified procedure.
  • § 365.105
    Starting the application process: Form OP-1.
  • § 365.107
    Types of applications.
  • § 365.109
    FMCSA review of the application.
  • § 365.110
    Need to complete New Entrant Safety Assurance Program.
  • § 365.111
    Appeals to rejections of the application.
  • § 365.113
    Changing the request for authority or filing supplementary evidence after the application is filed.
  • § 365.115
    After publication in the FMCSA Register.
  • § 365.117
    Obtaining a copy of the application.
  • § 365.119
    Opposed applications.
  • § 365.121
    Filing a reply statement.
  • § 365.123
    Applicant withdrawal.
  • § 365.201
    Definitions.
  • § 365.203
    Time for filing.
  • § 365.205
    Contents of the protest.
  • § 365.207
    Withdrawal.
  • § 365.301
    Applicable rules.
  • § 365.303
    Contacting another party.
  • § 365.305
    Serving copies of pleadings.
  • § 365.307
    Replies to motions.
  • § 365.309
    FAX filings.
  • § 365.401
    Scope of rules.
  • § 365.403
    Definitions.
  • § 365.405
    Applications.
  • § 365.407
    Notice.
  • § 365.409
    FMCSA action and criteria for approval.
  • § 365.411
    Responsive pleadings.
  • § 365.413
    Procedures for changing the name or business form of a motor carrier, freight forwarder, or property broker.
  • § 365.501
    Scope of rules.
  • § 365.503
    Application.
  • § 365.505
    Re-registration and fee waiver for certain applicants.
  • § 365.507
    FMCSA action on the application.
  • § 365.509
    Requirement to notify FMCSA of change in applicant information.
  • § 365.511
    Requirement for CVSA inspection of vehicles during first three consecutive years of permanent operating authority.
  • Appendix A to Subpart E of Part 365
    Explanation of Pre-Authorization Safety Audit Evaluation Criteria for Mexico-Domiciled Motor Carriers
  • § 366.1
    Applicability.
  • § 366.2
    Form of designation.
  • § 366.3
    Eligible persons.
  • § 366.4
    Required States.
  • § 366.5
    Blanket designations.
  • § 366.6
    Cancellation or change.
  • § 367.20
    Fees under the Unified Carrier Registration Plan and Agreement for each registration year until any subsequent adjustment in the fees becomes effective.
  • § 367.30
    Fees under the Unified Carrier Registration Plan and Agreement for registration years beginning in 2010.
  • § 368.1
    Certificate of registration.
  • § 368.2
    Definitions.
  • § 368.3
    Applying for a certificate of registration.
  • § 368.4
    Requirement to notify FMCSA of change in applicant information.
  • § 368.5
    Re-registration of certain carriers holding certificates of registration.
  • § 368.6
    FMCSA action on the application.
  • § 368.7
    Requirement to carry certificate of registration in the vehicle.
  • § 368.8
    Appeals.
  • § 369.1
    Annual reports of motor carriers of property, motor carriers of household goods, and dual property carriers.
  • § 369.2
    Classification of carriers—motor carriers of property, household goods carriers, and dual property carriers.
  • § 369.3
    Classification of carriers—motor carriers of passengers.
  • § 369.4
    Annual and quarterly reports of Class I carriers of passengers.
  • § 369.5
    Records.
  • § 369.6
    Address.
  • § 369.8
    Requests for exemptions from filing.
  • § 369.9
    Requests for exemptions from public release.
  • § 369.10
    Public release of motor carrier of property data.
  • § 369.11
    Quarterly reports of passenger revenues, expenses, and statistics.
  • § 370.1
    Applicability of regulations.
  • § 370.3
    Filing of claims.
  • § 370.5
    Acknowledgment of claims.
  • § 370.7
    Investigation of claims.
  • § 370.9
    Disposition of claims.
  • § 370.11
    Processing of salvage.
  • § 371.1
    Applicability.
  • § 371.2
    Definitions.
  • § 371.3
    Records to be kept by brokers.
  • § 371.7
    Misrepresentation.
  • § 371.9
    Rebating and compensation.
  • § 371.10
    Duties and obligations of brokers.
  • § 371.13
    Accounting.
  • § 371.101
    If I operate as a household goods broker in interstate or foreign commerce, must I comply with subpart B of this part?
  • § 371.103
    What are the definitions of terms used in this subpart?
  • § 371.105
    Must I use a motor carrier that has a valid U.S. DOT number and valid operating authority issued by FMCSA to transport household goods in interstate or foreign commerce?
  • § 371.107
    What information must I display in my advertisements and Internet Web homepage?
  • § 371.109
    Must I inform individual shippers which motor carriers I use?
  • § 371.111
    Must I provide individual shippers with Federal consumer protection information?
  • § 371.113
    May I provide individual shippers with a written estimate?
  • § 371.115
    Must I maintain agreements with motor carriers before providing written estimates on behalf of these carriers?
  • § 371.117
    Must I provide individual shippers with my policies concerning cancellation, deposits, and refunds?
  • § 371.121
    What penalties may FMCSA impose for violations of this part?
  • § 372.101
    Casual, occasional, or reciprocal transportation of passengers for compensation when such transportation is sold or arranged by anyone for compensation.
  • § 372.103
    Motor vehicles employed solely in transporting school children and teachers to or from school.
  • § 372.107
    Definitions.
  • § 372.109
    Computation of tonnage allowable in nonfarm-non-member transportation.
  • § 372.111
    Nonmember transportation limitation and record keeping.
  • § 372.113
  • § 372.115
    Commodities that are not exempt under 49 U.S.C. 13506(a)(6).
  • § 372.117
    Motor transportation of passengers incidental to transportation by aircraft.
  • § 372.201
    Albany, NY.
  • § 372.203
    Beaumont, TX.
  • § 372.205
    Charleston, S.C.
  • § 372.207
    Charleston, WV.
  • § 372.209
    Lake Charles, LA.
  • § 372.211
    Pittsburgh, PA.
  • § 372.213
    Pueblo, CO.
  • § 372.215
    Ravenswood, WV.
  • § 372.217
    Seattle, WA.
  • § 372.219
    Washington, DC
  • § 372.221
    Twin Cities.
  • § 372.223
    Consolidated governments.
  • § 372.225
    Lexington-Fayette Urban County, KY.
  • § 372.227
    Syracuse, NY.
  • § 372.229
    Spokane, WA.
  • § 372.231
    Tacoma, WA.
  • § 372.233
    Chicago, IL.
  • § 372.235
    New York, NY.
  • § 372.237
    Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr, and Willacy Counties, TX.
  • § 372.239
    Definitions.
  • § 372.241
    Commercial zones determined generally, with exceptions.
  • § 372.243
    Controlling distances and population data.
  • § 372.300
    Distances and population data.
  • § 372.301
    Terminal areas of motor carriers and freight forwarders at municipalities served.
  • § 372.303
    Terminal areas of motor carriers and freight forwarders at unincorporated communities served.
  • § 373.101
    Motor carrier bills of lading.
  • § 373.103
    Expense bills.
  • § 373.105
    Low value packages.
  • § 373.201
    Receipts and bills of lading for freight forwarders.
  • § 374.101
    Discrimination prohibited.
  • § 374.103
    Notice to be printed on tickets.
  • § 374.105
    Discrimination in terminal facilities.
  • § 374.107
    Notice to be posted at terminal facilities.
  • § 374.109
    Carriers not relieved of existing obligations.
  • § 374.111
    Reports of interference with regulations.
  • § 374.113
    Definitions.
  • § 374.201
    Prohibition against smoking on interstate passenger-carrying motor vehicles.
  • § 374.301
    Applicability.
  • § 374.303
    Definitions.
  • § 374.305
    Ticketing and information.
  • § 374.307
    Baggage service.
  • § 374.309
    Terminal facilities.
  • § 374.311
    Service responsibility.
  • § 374.313
    Equipment.
  • § 374.315
    Transportation of passengers with disabilities.
  • § 374.317
    Identification—bus and driver.
  • § 374.319
    Relief from provisions.
  • § 374.401
    Minimum permissible limitations for baggage liability.
  • § 374.403
    Notice of passenger's ability to declare excess value on baggage.
  • § 374.405
    Baggage excess value declaration procedures.
  • § 374.501
    Applicability.
  • § 374.503
    Authority.
  • § 374.505
    Exceptions.
  • § 375.101
    Who must follow the regulations in this part?
  • § 375.103
    What are the definitions of terms used in this part?
  • § 375.105
    What are the information collection requirements of this part?
  • § 375.201
    What is my normal liability for loss and damage when I accept goods from an individual shipper?
  • § 375.203
    What actions of an individual shipper may limit or reduce my normal liability?
  • § 375.205
    May I have agents?
  • § 375.207
    What items must be in my advertisements?
  • § 375.209
    How must I handle complaints and inquiries?
  • § 375.211
    Must I have an arbitration program?
  • § 375.213
    What information must I provide to a prospective individual shipper?
  • § 375.215
    How must I collect charges?
  • § 375.217
    How must I collect charges upon delivery?
  • § 375.219
    May I extend credit to shippers?
  • § 375.221
    May I use a charge or credit card plan for payments?
  • § 375.301
    What service options may I provide?
  • § 375.303
    If I sell liability insurance coverage, what must I do?
  • § 375.401
    Must I estimate charges?
  • § 375.403
    How must I provide a binding estimate?
  • § 375.405
    How must I provide a non-binding estimate?
  • § 375.407
    Under what circumstances must I relinquish possession of a collect-on-delivery shipment transported under a non-binding estimate?
  • § 375.409
    May household goods brokers provide estimates?
  • § 375.501
    Must I write up an order for service?
  • § 375.503
    Must I write up an inventory?
  • § 375.505
    Must I write up a bill of lading?
  • § 375.507
    Must I determine the weight of a shipment?
  • § 375.509
    How must I determine the weight of a shipment?
  • § 375.511
    May I use an alternative method for shipments weighing 3,000 pounds or less?
  • § 375.513
    Must I give the individual shipper an opportunity to observe the weighing?
  • § 375.515
    May an individual shipper waive his/her right to observe each weighing?
  • § 375.517
    May an individual shipper demand re-weighing?
  • § 375.519
    Must I obtain weight tickets?
  • § 375.521
    What must I do if an individual shipper wants to know the actual weight or charges for a shipment before I tender delivery?
  • § 375.601
    Must I transport the shipment in a timely manner?
  • § 375.603
    When must I tender a shipment for delivery?
  • § 375.605
    How must I notify an individual shipper of any service delays?
  • § 375.607
    What must I do if I am able to tender a shipment for final delivery more than 24 hours before a specified date?
  • § 375.609
    What must I do for shippers who store household goods in transit?
  • § 375.701
    May I provide for a release of liability on my delivery receipt?
  • § 375.703
    What is the maximum collect-on-delivery amount I may demand at the time of delivery?
  • § 375.705
    If a shipment is transported on more than one vehicle, what charges may I collect at delivery?
  • § 375.707
    If a shipment is partially lost or destroyed, what charges may I collect at delivery?
  • § 375.709
    If a shipment is totally lost or destroyed, what charges may I collect at delivery?
  • § 375.801
    What types of charges apply to subpart H?
  • § 375.803
    How must I present my freight or expense bill?
  • § 375.805
    If I am forced to relinquish a collect-on-delivery shipment before the payment of ALL charges, how do I collect the balance?
  • § 375.807
    What actions may I take to collect the charges upon my freight bill?
  • § 375.901
    What penalties do we impose for violations of this part?
  • Appendix A to Part 375
    Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move
  • § 376.1
    Applicability.
  • § 376.2
    Definitions.
  • § 376.11
    General leasing requirements.
  • § 376.12
    Written lease requirements.
  • § 376.21
    General exemptions.
  • § 376.22
    Exemption for private carrier leasing and leasing between authorized carriers.
  • § 376.26
    Exemption for leases between authorized carriers and their agents.
  • § 376.31
    Interchange of equipment.
  • § 376.42
    Lease of equipment by regulated carriers.
  • § 377.101
    Applicability.
  • § 377.103
    Tariff requirements.
  • § 377.105
    Collection and remittance.
  • § 377.201
    Scope.
  • § 377.203
    Extension of credit to shippers.
  • § 377.205
    Presentation of freight bills.
  • § 377.207
    Effect of mailing freight bills or payments.
  • § 377.209
    Additional charges.
  • § 377.211
    Computation of time.
  • §§ 377.213-377.215
    [RESERVED]
  • § 377.217
    Interline settlement of revenues.
  • § 378.1
    Applicability.
  • § 378.2
    Definitions.
  • § 378.3
    Filing and processing claims.
  • § 378.4
    Documentation of claims.
  • § 378.5
    Investigation of claims.
  • § 378.6
    Claim records.
  • § 378.7
    Acknowledgment of claims.
  • § 378.8
    Disposition of claims.
  • § 378.9
    Disposition of unidentified payments, overcharges, duplicate payments, and overcollections not supported by claims.
  • § 379.1
    Applicability.
  • § 379.3
    Records required to be retained.
  • § 379.5
    Protection and storage of records.
  • § 379.7
    Preservation of records.
  • § 379.9
    Companies going out of business.
  • § 379.11
    Waiver of requirements of the regulations in this part.
  • § 379.13
    Disposition and retention of records.
  • Appendix A to Part 379
    Schedule of Records and Periods of Retention
  • § 380.101
    Purpose and scope.
  • § 380.103
    Applicability.
  • § 380.105
    Definitions.
  • § 380.107
    General requirements.
  • § 380.109
    Driver testing.
  • § 380.111
    Substitute for driver training.
  • § 380.113
    Employer responsibilities.
  • § 380.201
    General requirements.
  • § 380.203
    LCV Doubles.
  • § 380.205
    LCV Triples.
  • § 380.301
    General requirements.
  • § 380.303
    Substitute for instructor requirements.
  • § 380.305
    Employer responsibilities.
  • § 380.401
    Certification document.
  • § 380.501
    Applicability.
  • § 380.502
    Definitions.
  • § 380.503
    Entry-level driver training requirements.
  • § 380.505
    Proof of training.
  • § 380.507
    Driver responsibilities.
  • § 380.509
    Employer responsibilities.
  • § 380.511
    Employer recordkeeping responsibilities.
  • § 380.513
    Required information on the training certificate.
  • Appendix to Part 380
    LCV Driver Training Programs, Required Knowledge and Skills
  • § 381.100
    What is the purpose of this part?
  • § 381.105
    Who is required to comply with the rules in this part?
  • § 381.110
    What definitions are applicable to this part?
  • § 381.200
    What is a waiver?
  • § 381.205
    How do I determine when I may request a waiver?
  • § 381.210
    How do I request a waiver?
  • § 381.215
    What will the FMCSA do after the agency receives my request for a waiver?
  • § 381.220
    How long will it take the agency to respond to my request for a waiver?
  • § 381.225
    Who should I contact if I have questions about the information I am required to submit to the FMCSA or about the status of my request for a waiver?
  • § 381.300
    What is an exemption?
  • § 381.305
    How do I determine when I may apply for an exemption?
  • § 381.310
    How do I apply for an exemption?
  • § 381.315
    What will the FMCSA do after the agency receives my application for an exemption?
  • § 381.320
    How long will it take the agency to respond to my application for an exemption?
  • § 381.325
    Who should I contact if I have questions about the information I am required to submit to the FMCSA or about the status of my application for an exemption?
  • § 381.330
    What am I required to do if the FMCSA grants my application for an exemption?
  • § 381.400
    What is a pilot program?
  • § 381.405
    Who determines whether a pilot program should be initiated?
  • § 381.410
    What may I do if I have an idea or suggestion for a pilot program?
  • § 381.415
    Who should I contact if I have questions about the information to be included in my suggestion?
  • § 381.420
    What will the FMCSA do after the agency receives my suggestion for a pilot program?
  • § 381.500
    What are the general requirements the agency must satisfy in conducting a pilot program?
  • § 381.505
    What are the minimum elements required for a pilot program?
  • § 381.510
    May the FMCSA end a pilot program before its scheduled completion date?
  • § 381.515
    May the FMCSA remove approved participants from a pilot program?
  • § 381.520
    What will the FMCSA do with the results from a pilot program?
  • § 381.600
    Do waivers, exemptions, and pilot programs preempt State laws and regulations?
  • § 382.101
    Purpose.
  • § 382.103
    Applicability.
  • § 382.105
    Testing procedures.
  • § 382.107
    Definitions.
  • § 382.109
    Preemption of State and local laws.
  • § 382.111
    Other requirements imposed by employers.
  • § 382.113
    Requirement for notice.
  • § 382.115
    Starting date for testing programs.
  • § 382.117
    Public interest exclusion.
  • § 382.119
    Stand-down waiver provision.
  • § 382.121
    Employee admission of alcohol and controlled substances use.
  • § 382.201
    Alcohol concentration.
  • § 382.205
    On-duty use.
  • § 382.207
    Pre-duty use.
  • § 382.209
    Use following an accident.
  • § 382.211
    Refusal to submit to a required alcohol or controlled substances test.
  • § 382.213
    Controlled substance use.
  • § 382.215
    Controlled substances testing.
  • § 382.301
    Pre-employment testing.
  • § 382.303

    Post-accident testing.

  • § 382.305
    Random testing.
  • § 382.307
    Reasonable suspicion testing.
  • § 382.309
    Return-to-duty testing.
  • § 382.311
    Follow-up testing.
  • § 382.401
    Retention of records.
  • § 382.403
    Reporting of results in a management information system.
  • § 382.405
    Access to facilities and records.
  • § 382.407
    Medical review officer notifications to the employer.
  • § 382.409
    Medical review officer record retention for controlled substances.
  • § 382.411
    Employer notifications.
  • § 382.413
    Inquiries for alcohol and controlled substances information from previous employers.
  • § 382.501
    Removal from safety-sensitive function.
  • § 382.503
    Required evaluation and testing.
  • § 382.505
    Other alcohol-related conduct.
  • § 382.507
    Penalties.
  • § 382.601
    Employer obligation to promulgate a policy on the misuse of alcohol and use of controlled substances.
  • § 382.603
    Training for supervisors.
  • § 382.605
    Referral, evaluation, and treatment.
  • § 383.1
    Purpose and scope.
  • § 383.3
    Applicability.
  • § 383.5
    Definitions.
  • § 383.7
    Validity of CDL issued by decertified State.
  • § 383.21
    Number of drivers' licenses.
  • § 383.23
    Commercial driver's license.
  • § 383.25
    Commercial learner's permit (CLP).
  • § 383.31
    Notification of convictions for driver violations.
  • § 383.33
    Notification of driver's license suspensions.
  • § 383.35
    Notification of previous employment.
  • § 383.37
    Employer responsibilities.
  • § 383.51

    Disqualification of drivers.

  • § 383.52
    Disqualification of drivers determined to constitute an imminent hazard.
  • § 383.53
    Penalties.
  • § 383.71
    Driver application and certification procedures.
  • § 383.72
    Implied consent to alcohol testing.
  • § 383.73
    State procedures.
  • § 383.75
    Third party testing.
  • § 383.77
    Substitute for driving skills tests for drivers with military CMV experience.
  • § 383.79
    Skills testing of out-of-State students.
  • § 383.91

    Commercial motor vehicle groups.

  • § 383.93
    Endorsements.
  • § 383.95
    Restrictions.
  • § 383.110
    General requirement.
  • § 383.111
    Required knowledge.
  • § 383.113
    Required skills.
  • § 383.115
    Requirements for double/triple trailers endorsement.
  • § 383.117
    Requirements for passenger endorsement.
  • § 383.119
    Requirements for tank vehicle endorsement.
  • § 383.121
    Requirements for hazardous materials endorsement.
  • § 383.123
    Requirements for a school bus endorsement.
  • § 383.131
    Test manuals.
  • § 383.133
    Test methods.
  • § 383.135
    Passing knowledge and skills tests.
  • § 383.141
    General.
  • § 383.151
    General.
  • § 383.153
    Information on the CLP and CDL documents and applications.
  • § 383.155
    Tamperproofing requirements.
  • § 384.101
    Purpose and scope.
  • § 384.103
    Applicability.
  • § 384.105
    Definitions.
  • § 384.107
    Matter incorporated by reference.
  • § 384.201
    Testing program.
  • § 384.202
    Test standards.
  • § 384.203
    Driving while under the influence.
  • § 384.204
    CLP or CDL issuance and information.
  • § 384.205
    CDLIS information.
  • § 384.206
    State record checks.
  • § 384.207
    Notification of licensing.
  • § 384.208
    Notification of disqualification.
  • § 384.209
    Notification of traffic violations.
  • § 384.210
    Limitation on licensing.
  • § 384.211
    Surrender of old licenses.
  • § 384.212
    Domicile requirement.
  • § 384.213
    State penalties for drivers of CMVs.
  • § 384.214
    Reciprocity.
  • § 384.215
    First offenses.
  • § 384.216
    Second offenses.
  • § 384.217
    Drug offenses.
  • § 384.218
    Second serious traffic violation.
  • § 384.219
    Third serious traffic violation.
  • § 384.220
    Problem Driver Pointer System information.
  • § 384.221
    Out-of-service regulations (intoxicating beverage).
  • § 384.222
    Violation of out-of-service orders.
  • § 384.223
    Railroad-highway grade crossing violation.
  • § 384.224
    Noncommercial motor vehicle violations.
  • § 384.225
    CDLIS driver recordkeeping.
  • § 384.226
    Prohibition on masking convictions.
  • § 384.227
    Record of digital image or photograph.
  • § 384.228
    Examiner training and record checks.
  • § 384.229
    Skills test examiner auditing and monitoring.
  • § 384.230
    [RESERVED]
  • § 384.231
    Satisfaction of State disqualification requirement.
  • § 384.232
    Required timing of record checks.
  • § 384.233
    Background records checks.
  • § 384.234
    Driver medical certification recordkeeping.
  • § 384.301
    Substantial compliance-general requirements.
  • § 384.303
    [RESERVED]
  • § 384.305
    State certifications for Federal fiscal years after FY 1994.
  • § 384.307
    FMCSA program reviews of State compliance.
  • § 384.309
    Results of compliance determination.
  • § 384.401
    Withholding of funds based on noncompliance.
  • § 384.403
    Availability of funds withheld for noncompliance.
  • § 384.405
    Decertification of State CDL program.
  • § 384.407
    Emergency CDL grants.
  • § 384.409
    Notification of noncompliance.
  • § 385.1
    Purpose and scope.
  • § 385.3
    Definitions and acronyms.
  • § 385.4
    Matter incorporated by reference.
  • § 385.5
    Safety fitness standard.
  • § 385.7
    Factors to be considered in determining a safety rating.
  • § 385.9
    Determination of a safety rating.
  • § 385.11
    Notification of safety fitness determination.
  • § 385.13
    Unsatisfactory rated motor carriers; prohibition on transportation; ineligibility for Federal contracts.
  • § 385.14
    Motor carriers, brokers, and freight forwarders delinquent in paying civil penalties: prohibition on transportation.
  • § 385.15
    Administrative review.
  • § 385.17
    Change to safety rating based upon corrective actions.
  • § 385.19
    Safety fitness information.
  • § 385.101
    Definitions
  • § 385.103
    Safety monitoring system.
  • § 385.105
    Expedited action.
  • § 385.107
    The safety audit.
  • § 385.109
    The compliance review.
  • § 385.111
    Suspension and revocation of Mexico-domiciled carrier registration.
  • § 385.113
    Administrative review.
  • § 385.115
    Reapplying for provisional registration.
  • § 385.117
    Duration of safety monitoring system.
  • § 385.119
    Applicability of safety fitness and enforcement procedures.
  • § 385.201
    Who is qualified to perform a review of a motor carrier or an intermodal equipment provider?
  • § 385.203
    What are the requirements to obtain and maintain certification?
  • § 385.205
    How can a person who has lost his or her certification be re-certified?
  • § 385.301
    What is a motor carrier required to do before beginning interstate operations?
  • § 385.303
    How does a motor carrier register with the FMCSA?
  • § 385.305
    What happens after the FMCSA receives a request for new entrant registration?
  • § 385.306
    What are the consequences of furnishing misleading information or making a false statement in connection with the registration process?
  • § 385.307
    What happens after a motor carrier begins operations as a new entrant?
  • § 385.308
    What may cause an expedited action?
  • § 385.309
    What is the purpose of the safety audit?
  • § 385.311
    What will the safety audit consist of?
  • § 385.313
    Who will conduct the safety audit?
  • § 385.315
    Where will the safety audit be conducted?
  • § 385.317
    Will a safety audit result in a safety fitness determination by the FMCSA?
  • § 385.319
    What happens after completion of the safety audit?
  • § 385.321
    What failures of safety management practices disclosed by the safety audit will result in a notice to a new entrant that its USDOT new entrant registration will be revoked?
  • § 385.323
    May FMCSA extend the period under § 385.319(c) for a new entrant to take corrective action to remedy its safety management practices?
  • § 385.325
    What happens after a new entrant has been notified under § 385.319(c) to take corrective action to remedy its safety management practices?
  • § 385.327
    May a new entrant request an administrative review of a determination of a failed safety audit?
  • § 385.329
    May a new entrant that has had its USDOT new entrant registration revoked and its operations placed out of service reapply?
  • § 385.331
    What happens if a new entrant operates a CMV after having been issued an order placing its interstate operations out of service?
  • § 385.333
    What happens at the end of the 18-month safety monitoring period?
  • § 385.335
    If the FMCSA conducts a compliance review on a new entrant, will the new entrant also be subject to a safety audit?
  • § 385.337
    What happens if a new entrant refuses to permit a safety audit to be performed on its operations?
  • § 385.401
    What is the purpose and scope of this subpart?
  • § 385.402
    What definitions are used in this subpart?
  • § 385.403
    Who must hold a safety permit?
  • § 385.405
    How does a motor carrier apply for a safety permit?
  • § 385.407
    What conditions must a motor carrier satisfy for FMCSA to issue a safety permit?
  • § 385.409
    When may a temporary safety permit be issued to a motor carrier?
  • § 385.411
    Must a motor carrier obtain a safety permit if it has a State permit?
  • § 385.413
    What happens if a motor carrier receives a proposed safety rating that is less than Satisfactory?
  • § 385.415
    What operational requirements apply to the transportation of a hazardous material for which a permit is required?
  • § 385.417
    Is a motor carrier's safety permit number available to others?
  • § 385.419
    How long is a safety permit effective?
  • § 385.421
    Under what circumstances will a safety permit be subject to revocation or suspension by FMCSA?
  • § 385.423
    Does a motor carrier have a right to an administrative review of a denial, suspension, or revocation of a safety permit?
  • § 385.501
    Roadability review.
  • § 385.503
    Results of roadability review.
  • § 385.601
    Scope of rules.
  • § 385.603
    Application.
  • § 385.605
    New entrant registration driver's license and drug and alcohol testing requirements.
  • § 385.607
    FMCSA action on the application.
  • § 385.609
    Requirement to notify FMCSA of change in applicant information.
  • § 385.701
    Definitions.
  • § 385.703
    Safety monitoring system.
  • § 385.705
    Expedited action.
  • § 385.707
    The compliance review.
  • § 385.709
    Suspension and revocation of non-North America-domiciled carrier registration.
  • § 385.711
    Administrative review.
  • § 385.713
    Reapplying for new entrant registration.
  • § 385.715
    Duration of safety monitoring system.
  • § 385.717
    Applicability of safety fitness and enforcement procedures.
  • § 385.901
    Applicability.
  • § 385.903
    Definitions.
  • § 385.905
    Suspension or revocation of registration.
  • § 385.907
    Regulatory noncompliance.
  • § 385.909
    Pattern or practice.
  • § 385.911
    Suspension proceedings.
  • § 385.913
    Revocation proceedings.
  • § 385.915
    Petitions for rescission.
  • § 385.917
    Other orders unaffected; not exclusive remedy.
  • § 385.919
    Penalties.
  • § 385.921
    Service and computation of time.
  • § 385.1001
    Applicability.
  • § 385.1003
    Definitions.
  • § 385.1005
    Prohibition.
  • § 385.1007
    Determination of violation.
  • § 385.1009
    Suspension proceedings.
  • § 385.1011
    Revocation proceedings.
  • § 385.1013
    Petitions for rescission.
  • § 385.1015
    Other orders unaffected; not exclusive remedy.
  • § 385.1017
    Penalties.
  • § 385.1019
    Service and computation of time.
  • Appendix A to Part 385
    Explanation of Safety Audit Evaluation Criteria
  • Appendix B to Part 385
    Explanation of Safety Rating Process
  • § 386.1
    Scope of the rules in this part.
  • § 386.2
    Definitions.
  • § 386.3
    Separation of functions.
  • § 386.4
    Appearances and rights of parties.
  • § 386.5
    Form of filings and extensions of time.
  • § 386.6
    Service.
  • § 386.7
    Filing of documents.
  • § 386.8
    Computation of time.
  • § 386.11
    Commencement of proceedings.
  • § 386.12
    Complaint.
  • § 386.13
    Petitions to review and request for hearing: Driver qualification proceedings.
  • § 386.14
    Reply.
  • § 386.15
    [RESERVED]
  • § 386.16
    Action on replies to the Notice of Claim.
  • § 386.17
    Intervention.
  • § 386.18
    Payment of the claim.
  • § 386.22
    Settlement agreements and their contents.
  • § 386.31
    Official notice.
  • § 386.34
    Motions.
  • § 386.35
    Motions to dismiss and motions for a more definite statement.
  • § 386.36
    Motions for final agency order.
  • § 386.37
    Discovery.
  • § 386.38
    Scope of discovery.
  • § 386.39
    Protective orders.
  • § 386.40
    Supplementation of responses.
  • § 386.41
    Stipulations regarding discovery.
  • § 386.42
    Written interrogatories to parties.
  • § 386.43
    Production of documents and other evidence; entry upon land for inspection and other purposes; and physical and mental examination.
  • § 386.44
    Request for admissions.
  • § 386.45
    Motion to compel discovery.
  • § 386.46
    Depositions.
  • § 386.47
    Use of deposition at hearings.
  • § 386.48
    Medical records and physicians' reports.
  • § 386.49
    Form of written evidence.
  • § 386.51
    Amendment and withdrawal of pleadings.
  • § 386.52
    Appeals from interlocutory rulings.
  • § 386.53
    Subpoenas, witness fees.
  • § 386.54
    Administrative Law Judge.
  • § 386.55
    Prehearing conferences.
  • § 386.56
    Hearings.
  • § 386.57
    Proposed findings of fact, conclusions of law.
  • § 386.58
    Burden of proof.
  • § 386.61
    Decision.
  • § 386.62
    Review of administrative law judge's decision.
  • § 386.63
    Decision on review.
  • § 386.64
    Reconsideration.
  • § 386.65
    Failure to comply with final order.
  • § 386.66
    Motions for rehearing or for modification.
  • § 386.67
    Judicial review.
  • § 386.71
    Injunctions.
  • § 386.72
    Imminent hazard.
  • § 386.73
    Operations out of service and record consolidation proceedings (reincarnated carriers).
  • § 386.81
    General.
  • § 386.82
    Civil penalties for violations of notices and orders.
  • § 386.83
    Sanction for failure to pay civil penalties or abide by payment plan; operation in interstate commerce prohibited.
  • § 386.84
    Sanction for failure to pay civil penalties or abide by payment plan; suspension or revocation of registration.
  • § 387.1
    Purpose and scope.
  • § 387.3
    Applicability.
  • § 387.5
    Definitions.
  • § 387.7
    Financial responsibility required.
  • § 387.9

    Financial responsibility, minimum levels.

  • § 387.11
    State authority and designation of agent.
  • § 387.13
    Fiduciaries.
  • § 387.15
    Forms.
  • § 387.17
    Violation and penalty.
  • § 387.19
    Electronic filing of surety bonds, trust fund agreements, certificates of insurance and cancellations.
  • § 387.25
    Purpose and scope.
  • § 387.27
    Applicability.
  • § 387.29
    Definitions.
  • § 387.31
    Financial responsibility required.
  • § 387.33

    Financial responsibility, minimum levels.

  • § 387.35
    State authority and designation of agent.
  • § 387.37
    Fiduciaries.
  • § 387.39
    Forms.
  • § 387.41
    Violation and penalty.
  • § 387.43
    Electronic filing of surety bonds, trust fund agreements, certificates of insurance and cancellations.
  • § 387.301
    Surety bond, certificate of insurance, or other securities.
  • § 387.303
    Security for the protection of the public: Minimum limits.
  • § 387.305
    Combination vehicles.
  • § 387.307
    Property broker surety bond or trust fund.
  • § 387.309
    Qualifications as a self-insurer and other securities or agreements.
  • § 387.311
    Bonds and certificates of insurance.
  • § 387.313
    Forms and procedures.
  • § 387.315
    Insurance and surety companies.
  • § 387.317
    Refusal to accept, or revocation by the FMCSA of surety bonds, etc.
  • § 387.319
    Fiduciaries.
  • § 387.321
    Operations in foreign commerce.
  • § 387.323
    Electronic filing of surety bonds, trust fund agreements, certificates of insurance and cancellations.
  • § 387.401
    Definitions.
  • § 387.403
    General requirements.
  • § 387.405
    Limits of liability.
  • § 387.407
    Surety bonds and certificates of insurance.
  • § 387.409
    Insurance and surety companies.
  • § 387.411
    Qualifications as a self-insurer and other securities or agreements.
  • § 387.413
    Forms and procedure.
  • § 387.415
    Acceptance and revocation by the FMCSA.
  • § 387.417
    Fiduciaries.
  • § 387.419
    Electronic filing of surety bonds, certificates of insurance and cancellations.
  • § 388.1
    Eligibility.
  • § 388.2
    Extent of acceptance.
  • § 388.3
    Cancellation.
  • § 388.4
    Exchange of information.
  • § 388.5
    Requests for assistance.
  • § 388.6
    Joint investigation, inspection, or examination.
  • § 388.7
    Joint administrative activities related to enforcement of safety and hazardous materials laws and regulations.
  • § 388.8
    Supplemental agreements.
  • § 389.1
    Applicability.
  • § 389.3
    Definitions.
  • § 389.5
    Regulatory docket.
  • § 389.7
    Records.
  • § 389.11
    General.
  • § 389.13
    Initiation of rule making.
  • § 389.15
    Contents of notices of proposed rule making.
  • § 389.17
    Participation by interested persons.
  • § 389.19
    Petitions for extension of time to comment.
  • § 389.21
    Contents of written comments.
  • § 389.23
    Consideration of comments received.
  • § 389.25
    Additional rulemaking proceedings.
  • § 389.27
    Hearings.
  • § 389.29
    Adoption of final rules.
  • § 389.31
    Petitions for rule making.
  • § 389.33
    Processing of petition.
  • § 389.35
    Petitions for reconsideration.
  • § 389.37
    Proceedings on petitions for reconsideration.
  • § 389.39
    Direct final rulemaking procedures
  • § 390.1
    Purpose.
  • § 390.3
    General applicability.
  • § 390.5
    Definitions.
  • § 390.7
    Rules of construction.
  • § 390.9
    State and local laws, effect on.
  • § 390.11
    Motor carrier to require observance of driver regulations.
  • § 390.13
    Aiding or abetting violations.
  • § 390.15
    Assistance in investigations and special studies.
  • § 390.16
    [RESERVED]
  • § 390.17
    Additional equipment and accessories.
  • § 390.19
    Motor carrier, hazardous material shipper, and intermodal equipment provider identification reports.
  • § 390.21
    Marking of self-propelled CMVs and intermodal equipment.
  • § 390.23
    Relief from regulations.
  • § 390.25
    Extension of relief from regulations—emergencies.
  • § 390.27

    Locations of motor carrier safety service centers.

    §390.27 Locations of motor carrier safety service centers.
    Service centerTerritory includedLocation of office
    EasternCT, DC, DE, MA, MD, ME, NJ, NH, NY, PA, PR, RI, VA, VT, Virgin Islands, WV802 Cromwell Park Drive, Suite N, Glen Burnie, MD 21061.
    MidwesternIA, IL, IN, KS, MI, MO, MN NE., OH, WI4749 Lincoln Mall Drive, Suite 300A, Matteson, IL 60443.
    SouthernAL, AR, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, OK, SC, TN1800 Century Boulevard, Suite 1700, Atlanta, GA 30345-3220.
    WesternAmerican Samoa, AK, AZ, CA, CO, Guam, HI, ID, Mariana Islands, MT, ND, NM, NV, OR, SD, TX, UT, WA, WYGolden Hills Office Centre, 12600 West Colfax Avenue, Suite B-300, Lakewood, CO 80215.

    Note 1: Canadian carriers, for information regarding proper service center, contact an FMCSA division (State) office in AK, ME, MI, MT, NY, ND, VT, or WA.

    Note 2: Mexican carriers are handled through the four southern border divisions and the Western Service Center. For information regarding the proper service center, contact an FMCSA division (State) office in AZ, CA, NM, or TX.

  • § 390.29
    Location of records or documents.
  • § 390.31
    Copies of records or documents.
  • § 390.33
    Commercial motor vehicles used for purposes other than defined.
  • § 390.35
    Certificates, reports, and records: Falsification, reproduction, or alteration.
  • § 390.37
    Violation and penalty.
  • § 390.39
    Exemptions for “covered farm vehicles.”
  • § 390.40
    What responsibilities do intermodal equipment providers have under the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (49 CFR parts 350-399)?
  • § 390.42
    What are the responsibilities of drivers and motor carriers operating intermodal equipment?
  • § 390.44
    What are the procedures to correct the safety record of a motor carrier or an intermodal equipment provider?
  • § 390.46
    Are State and local laws and regulations on the inspection, repair, and maintenance of intermodal equipment preempted by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations?
  • § 390.101
    Scope.
  • § 390.103
    Eligibility requirements for medical examiner certification.
  • § 390.105
    Medical examiner training programs.
  • § 390.107
    Medical examiner certification testing.
  • § 390.109
    Issuance of the FMCSA medical examiner certification credential.
  • § 390.111
    Requirements for continued listing on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners.
  • § 390.113
    Reasons for removal from the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners.
  • § 390.115
    Procedure for removal from the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners.
  • § 390.201
    USDOT Registration.
  • § 390.203
    PRISM State registration/biennial updates.
  • § 390.205
    Special requirements for registration.
  • § 390.207
    Other governing regulations.
  • § 390.209
    Pre-authorization safety audit.
  • § 391.1
    Scope of the rules in this part; additional qualifications; duties of carrier-drivers.
  • § 391.2
    General exceptions.
  • § 391.11
    General qualifications of drivers.
  • § 391.13
    Responsibilities of drivers.
  • § 391.15
    Disqualification of drivers.
  • § 391.21
    Application for employment.
  • § 391.23
    Investigation and inquiries.
  • § 391.25
    Annual inquiry and review of driving record.
  • § 391.27
    Record of violations.
  • § 391.31
    Road test.
  • § 391.33
    Equivalent of road test.
  • § 391.41
    Physical qualifications for drivers.
  • § 391.42
    Schedule for use of medical examiners listed on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners.
  • § 391.43

    Medical examination; certificate of physical examination.

  • § 391.45
    Persons who must be medically examined and certified.
  • § 391.47
    Resolution of conflicts of medical evaluation.
  • § 391.49
    Alternative physical qualification standards for the loss or impairment of limbs.
  • § 391.51
    General requirements for driver qualification files.
  • § 391.53
    Driver investigation history file.
  • § 391.55
    LCV Driver-Instructor qualification files.
  • § 391.61
    Drivers who were regularly employed before January 1, 1971.
  • § 391.62
    Limited exemptions for intra-city zone drivers.
  • § 391.63
    Multiple-employer drivers.
  • § 391.64
    Grandfathering for certain drivers participating in vision and diabetes waiver study programs.
  • § 391.65
    Drivers furnished by other motor carriers.
  • § 391.67
    Farm vehicle drivers of articulated commercial motor vehicles.
  • § 391.68
    Private motor carrier of passengers (nonbusiness).
  • § 391.69
    Private motor carrier of passengers (business).
  • § 391.71
    [RESERVED]
  • § 392.1
    Scope of the rules in this part.
  • § 392.2
    Applicable operating rules.
  • § 392.3
    Ill or fatigued operator.
  • § 392.4
    Drugs and other substances.
  • § 392.5
    Alcohol prohibition.
  • § 392.6
    Schedules to conform with speed limits.
  • § 392.7
    Equipment, inspection and use.
  • § 392.8
    Emergency equipment, inspection and use.
  • § 392.9b
    Prohibited transportation.
  • § 392.9
    Inspection of cargo, cargo securement devices and systems.
  • § 392.9a
    Operating authority.
  • § 392.10
    Railroad grade crossings; stopping required.
  • § 392.11
    Railroad grade crossings; slowing down required.
  • § 392.12
    Highway-rail crossings; safe clearance.
  • § 392.13
    [RESERVED]
  • § 392.14
    Hazardous conditions; extreme caution.
  • § 392.15
    [RESERVED]
  • § 392.16
    Use of seat belts.
  • § 392.18
    [RESERVED]
  • §§ 392.20-392.21
    [RESERVED]
  • § 392.22
    Emergency signals; stopped commercial motor vehicles.
  • § 392.24
    Emergency signals; flame-producing.
  • § 392.25
    Flame producing devices.
  • §§ 392.30-392.32
  • § 392.33
    Obscured lamps or reflective devices/material.
  • §§ 392.40-392.41
  • § 392.50
    Ignition of fuel; prevention.
  • § 392.51
    Reserve fuel; materials of trade.
  • § 392.52
  • § 392.60
    Unauthorized persons not to be transported.
  • § 392.61
  • § 392.62
    Safe operation, buses.
  • § 392.63
    Towing or pushing loaded buses.
  • § 392.64
    Riding within closed commercial motor vehicles without proper exits.
  • § 392.65
  • § 392.66
    Carbon monoxide; use of commercial motor vehicle when detected.
  • § 392.67
    Heater, flame-producing; on commercial motor vehicle in motion.
  • §§ 392.68-392.69
  • § 392.71
    Radar detectors; use and/or possession.
  • § 392.80
    Prohibition against texting.
  • § 392.82
    Using a hand-held mobile telephone.
  • § 393.1
    Scope of the rules in this part.
  • § 393.3
    Additional equipment and accessories.
  • § 393.5
    Definitions.
  • § 393.7
    Matter incorporated by reference.
  • § 393.9
    Lamps operable, prohibition of obstructions of lamps and reflectors.
  • § 393.11
    Lamps and reflective devices.
  • § 393.13
    Retroreflective sheeting and reflex reflectors, requirements for semitrailers and trailers manufactured before December 1, 1993.
  • § 393.17

    Lamps and reflectors—combinations in driveaway-towaway operation.

  • § 393.19
    Hazard warning signals.
  • § 393.20
  • § 393.22
    Combination of lighting devices and reflectors.
  • § 393.23
    Power supply for lamps.
  • § 393.24
    Requirements for head lamps, auxiliary driving lamps and front fog lamps.
  • § 393.25
    Requirements for lamps other than head lamps.
  • § 393.26
    Requirements for reflectors.
  • § 393.27
  • § 393.28
    Wiring systems.
  • § 393.29
  • § 393.30
    Battery installation.
  • §§ 393.31-393.33
  • § 393.40
    Required brake systems.
  • § 393.41
    Parking brake system.
  • § 393.42

    Brakes required on all wheels.

  • § 393.43
    Breakaway and emergency braking.
  • § 393.44
    Front brake lines, protection.
  • § 393.45
    Brake tubing and hoses; hose assemblies and end fittings.
  • § 393.46
  • § 393.47
    Brake actuators, slack adjusters, linings/pads and drums/rotors.
  • § 393.48
    Brakes to be operative.
  • § 393.49
    Control valves for brakes.
  • § 393.50
    Reservoirs required.
  • § 393.51
    Warning signals, air pressure and vacuum gauges.
  • § 393.52
    Brake performance.
  • § 393.53
    Automatic brake adjusters and brake adjustment indicators.
  • § 393.55
    Antilock brake systems.
  • § 393.60
    Glazing in specified openings.
  • § 393.61
    Truck and truck tractor window construction.
  • § 393.62
    Emergency exits for buses.
  • § 393.63
  • § 393.65
    All fuel systems.
  • § 393.67
    Liquid fuel tanks.
  • § 393.68
    Compressed natural gas fuel containers.
  • § 393.69
    Liquefied petroleum gas systems.
  • § 393.70
    Coupling devices and towing methods, except for driveaway-towaway operations.
  • § 393.71
    Coupling devices and towing methods, driveaway-towaway operations.
  • § 393.75
    Tires.
  • § 393.76
    Sleeper berths.
  • § 393.77
    Heaters.
  • § 393.78
    Windshield wiping and washing systems.
  • § 393.79
    Windshield defrosting and defogging systems.
  • § 393.80
    Rear-vision mirrors.
  • § 393.81
    Horn.
  • § 393.82
    Speedometer.
  • § 393.83
    Exhaust systems.
  • § 393.84
    Floors.
  • § 393.85
  • § 393.86
    Rear impact guards and rear end protection.
  • § 393.87
    Warning flags on projecting loads.
  • § 393.88
    Television receivers.
  • § 393.89
    Buses, driveshaft protection.
  • § 393.90
    Buses, standee line or bar.
  • § 393.91
    Buses, aisle seats prohibited.
  • § 393.92
  • § 393.93
    Seats, seat belt assemblies, and seat belt assembly anchorages.
  • § 393.94
    Interior noise levels in power units.
  • § 393.95
    Emergency equipment on all power units.
  • § 393.100
    Which types of commercial motor vehicles are subject to the cargo securement standards of this subpart, and what general requirements apply?
  • § 393.102
    What are the minimum performance criteria for cargo securement devices and systems?
  • § 393.104
    What standards must cargo securement devices and systems meet in order to satisfy the requirements of this subpart?
  • § 393.106
    What are the general requirements for securing articles of cargo?
  • § 393.108
    How is the working load limit of a tiedown, or the load restraining value of a friction mat, determined?
  • § 393.110
    What else do I have to do to determine the minimum number of tiedowns?
  • § 393.112
    Must a tiedown be adjustable?
  • § 393.114
    What are the requirements for front end structures used as part of a cargo securement system?
  • § 393.116
    What are the rules for securing logs?
  • § 393.118
    What are the rules for securing dressed lumber or similar building products?
  • § 393.120
    What are the rules for securing metal coils?
  • § 393.122
    What are the rules for securing paper rolls?
  • § 393.124
    What are the rules for securing concrete pipe?
  • § 393.126
    What are the rules for securing intermodal containers?
  • § 393.128
    What are the rules for securing automobiles, light trucks and vans?
  • § 393.130
    What are the rules for securing heavy vehicles, equipment and machinery?
  • § 393.132
    What are the rules for securing flattened or crushed vehicles?
  • § 393.134
    What are the rules for securing roll-on/roll-off or hook lift containers?
  • § 393.136
    What are the rules for securing large boulders?
  • § 393.201
    Frames.
  • § 393.203
    Cab and body components.
  • § 393.205
    Wheels.
  • § 393.207
    Suspension systems.
  • § 393.209

    Steering wheel systems.

  • § 395.1
    Scope of rules in this part.
  • § 395.2
    Definitions.
  • § 395.3
    Maximum driving time for property-carrying vehicles.
  • § 395.5
    Maximum driving time for passenger-carrying vehicles.
  • § 395.7
    [RESERVED]
  • § 395.8
    Driver's record of duty status.
  • §§ 395.10-395.12
    [RESERVED]
  • § 395.13
    Drivers declared out of service.
  • § 395.15
    Automatic on-board recording devices.
  • § 396.1
    Scope.
  • § 396.3
    Inspection, repair, and maintenance.
  • § 396.5
    Lubrication.
  • § 396.7
    Unsafe operations forbidden.
  • § 396.9
    Inspection of motor vehicles and intermodal equipment in operation.
  • § 396.11
    Driver vehicle inspection report(s).
  • § 396.12
    Procedures for intermodal equipment providers to accept reports required by § 390.42(b) of this chapter.
  • § 396.13
    Driver inspection.
  • § 396.15
    Driveaway-towaway operations and inspections.
  • § 396.17
    Periodic inspection.
  • § 396.19
    Inspector qualifications.
  • § 396.21
    Periodic inspection recordkeeping requirements.
  • § 396.23
    Equivalent to periodic inspection.
  • § 396.25
    Qualifications of brake inspectors.
  • § 397.1
    Application of the rules in this part.
  • § 397.2
    Compliance with Federal motor carrier safety regulations.
  • § 397.3
    State and local laws, ordinances, and regulations.
  • § 397.5
    Attendance and surveillance of motor vehicles.
  • § 397.7
    Parking.
  • § 397.9
  • § 397.11
    Fires.
  • § 397.13
    Smoking.
  • § 397.15
    Fueling.
  • § 397.17
    Tires.
  • § 397.19
    Instructions and documents.
  • § 397.61
    Purpose and scope.
  • § 397.63
    Applicability.
  • § 397.65
    Definitions.
  • § 397.67
    Motor carrier responsibility for routing.
  • § 397.69
    Highway routing designations; preemption.
  • § 397.71
    Federal standards.
  • § 397.73
    Public information and reporting requirements.
  • § 397.75
    Dispute resolution.
  • § 397.77
    Judicial review of dispute decision.
  • § 397.101
    Requirements for motor carriers and drivers.
  • § 397.103
    Requirements for State routing designations.
  • § 397.201
    Purpose and scope of the procedures.
  • § 397.203
    Standards for determining preemption.
  • § 397.205
    Preemption application.
  • § 397.207
    Preemption notice.
  • § 397.209
    Preemption processing.
  • § 397.211
    Preemption determination.
  • § 397.213
    Waiver of preemption application.
  • § 397.215
    Waiver notice.
  • § 397.217
    Waiver processing.
  • § 397.219
    Waiver determination and order.
  • § 397.221
    Timeliness.
  • § 397.223
    Petition for reconsideration.
  • § 397.225
    Judicial review.
  • § 398.1
    Definitions.
  • § 398.2
    Applicability.
  • § 398.3
    Qualifications of drivers or operators.
  • § 398.4
    Driving of motor vehicles.
  • § 398.5
    Parts and accessories necessary for safe operation.
  • § 398.6
    Hours of service of drivers; maximum driving time.
  • § 398.7
    Inspection and maintenance of motor vehicles.
  • § 398.8
    Administration inspection of motor vehicles in operation.
  • § 399.201
    Purpose and scope.
  • § 399.203
    Applicability.
  • § 399.205
    Definitions.
  • § 399.207
    Truck and truck-tractor access requirements.
  • § 399.209
    Test procedures.
  • § 399.211
    Maintenance.
  • Appendix B to Subchapter B of Chapter III
    Special Agents
  • Appendix F to Subchapter B of Chapter III
    Commercial Zones
  • Appendix G to Subchapter B of Chapter III
    Minimum Periodic Inspection Standards

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