11 The bill eliminated the requirement for motor carriers to register with the Secretary of Transportation, unless they were also subject to the secretary's federal Motor Carrier Safety regulations.
What does FMCSR stand for?
FMCSR stands for Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
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gov) that allows commercial truck and bus operators to use the Internet to apply for registration and to pay fines for violations of federal motor carrier safety regulations.
Liability and the Regulations The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations begin at 49 C.
To qualify for participation, a state must adopt and enforce the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations [FMCSR] or similar state rules that are compatible with the FMCSRs and the Hazardous Material Regulations [HMRs].
Hazmat regulations, phone numbers for OMC division offices, downloadable OMC forms, information on Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, and the Safety and Fitness Electronic Records System (SAFER) are just a few of the offerings currently posted on the OMC site.