- § 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
- § 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
- § 372.203
- § 372.205
- § 372.207
- § 372.209
Lake Charles, LA.
- § 372.211
- § 372.213
- § 372.215
- § 372.217
- § 372.219
- § 372.221
- § 372.223
- § 372.225
Lexington-Fayette Urban County, KY.
- § 372.227
- § 372.229
- § 372.231
- § 372.233
- § 372.235
New York, NY.
- § 372.237
Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr, and Willacy Counties, TX.
- § 372.239
- § 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.
EXEMPTIONS, COMMERCIAL ZONES, AND TERMINAL AREAS
§ 372.237: Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr, and Willacy Counties, TX.
(a) Transportation within a zone comprised of Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr, and Willacy Counties, TX, by motor carriers of property, in interstate or foreign commerce, not under common control, management, or arrangement for shipment to or from points beyond such zone, is partially exempt from regulation under 49 U.S.C. 13506(b)(1).
(b) To the extent that commercial zones of municipalities within the four counties (as determined under § 372.241) extend beyond the boundaries of this four-county zone, the areas of such commercial zones shall be considered to be part of the zone and partially exempt from regulation under 49 U.S.C. 13506(b)(1).
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