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 MCSR stand for?
MCSR stands for Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
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We have 24 other meanings of MCSR in our Acronym Attic
- Maximum Contract Storage Quantity (US FERC)
- Monte Carlo and Quasi Monte Carlo
- Division of Medical Countermeasures Strategy and Requirements (US HHS)
- Material Cost & Status Report
- Materiel Condition Status Report
- MedcomSoft Record (medical software suite)
- Men Can Stop Rape
- Midnight Club Street Racing (game)
- Minimum Commercial Security Requirements
- Mississippi Center for Supercomputing Research
- Marine Corps Software Resource Center (US Navy)
- Marion County School Readiness Coalition (Florida)
- Minnesota Charter School Resource Center
- Monte-Carlo Squash Racket Club
- Montgomery County Science Research Competition
- Mucinous Adenocarcinoma with Signet Ring Cell
- Modified Complementary Split-Ring Resonator (electrical engineering)
- Main Computer Sub System
- Marine Climatological Summaries Scheme
- Marine Corps Studies System (USMC)
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Mexico has also participated in NAFTA-related efforts to make motor carrier safety regulations compatible across the three member nations.
DOT to assess civil penalties for violations of motor carrier safety regulations.
Where the trial attorney experienced in this area of law may be disappointed is in the lack of an in-depth discussion of the case law that has developed around the hours-of-service regulations, which limit the time drivers may be on duty or driving in interstate commerce, and other federal motor carrier safety regulations, which are usually a focal point in establishing a driver's or motor carrier's negligent conduct or conscious disregard for safety.