- § 368.1
Certificate of registration.
- § 368.2
- § 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
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.
§ 368.4: Requirement to notify FMCSA of change in applicant information.
(a) You must notify the FMCSA of any changes or corrections to the information in Parts I, IA or II submitted on the Form OP-2 or the Form BOC-3—Designation of Agents—Motor Carriers, Brokers and Freight Forwarders during the application process or while you have a Certificate of Registration. You must notify the FMCSA in writing within 45 days of the change or correction.
(b) If you fail to comply with paragraph (a) of this section, the FMCSA may suspend or revoke the Certificate of Registration until you meet those requirements.Effective Date Note:
At 78 FR 52649, Aug. 23, 2013, § 368.4 was amended by revising paragraph (a), effective Oct. 23, 2015. For the convenience of the user, the revised text is set forth as follows:
(a) You must notify FMCSA of any changes or corrections to the information in Section A of Form MCSA-1—FMCSA Registration/Update (USDOT Number—Operating Authority Application), or the Form BOC-3, Designation of Agents-Motor Carriers, Brokers and Freight Forwarders, during the application process or while you have a Certificate of Registration. You must notify FMCSA in writing within 30 days of the change or correction.
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