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  • § 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.

Part 397
TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS; DRIVING AND PARKING RULES

§ 397.225: Judicial review.

A party to a proceeding under § 397.205(a), § 397.213(a), or § 397.223(a) may seek review by the appropriate district court of the United States of the decision of the Administrator under such proceeding only by filing a petition with such court within 60 days after the final agency decision.


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The CFR may also be viewed online at http://ECFR.gpoaccess.gov.