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  • § 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.

Part 368
APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION TO OPERATE IN MUNICIPALITIES IN THE UNITED STATES ON THE UNITED STATES-MEXICO INTERNATIONAL BORDER OR WITHIN THE COMMERCIAL ZONES OF SUCH MUNICIPALITIES.

§ 368.5: Re-registration of certain carriers holding certificates of registration.

(a) Each holder of a certificate of registration that permits operations only in municipalities in the United States along the United States-Mexico international border or in commercial zones of such municipalities issued before April 18, 2002, who wishes to continue solely in those operations must submit an application according to procedures established under § 368.3 of this part, except the filing fee in paragraph (b)(4) of that section is waived. You must file your application by October 20, 2003.
(b) The FMCSA may suspend or revoke the certificate of registration of any registrant that fails to comply with the procedures set forth in this section.
(c) Certificates of registration issued before April 18, 2002, remain valid until the FMCSA acts on the OP-2 application filed according to paragraph (a) of this section.


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