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  • § 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

Part 385
SAFETY FITNESS PROCEDURES

§ 385.335: If the FMCSA conducts a compliance review on a new entrant, will the new entrant also be subject to a safety audit?

If the FMCSA conducts a compliance review on a new entrant that has not previously been subject to a safety audit and issues a safety fitness determination, the new entrant will not have to undergo a safety audit under this subpart. However, the new entrant will continue to be subject to the 18-month safety-monitoring period prior to removal of the new entrant designation.