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03.03.03.00.htm 03.03.03.00. Title 03 COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY Subtitle 03 MOTOR FUEL TAX Chapter 03 Petroleum Transporters Authority: Business Regulation Article, §10-202 and Title 10, Subtitle 4; Tax-General Article, §2-103; Annotated Code of Maryland
03.03.03.01.htm 03.03.03.01. 01 Repealed..
03.03.03.02.htm 03.03.03.02. 02 Repealed..
03.03.03.03.htm 03.03.03.03. 03 Repealed..
03.03.03.04.htm 03.03.03.04. 04 Repealed..
03.03.03.05.htm 03.03.03.05. 05 Loading Tickets and Manifests.. Vehicles and vessels transporting petroleum products shall carry a loading ticket or manifest containing the following information:A. Name of petroleum transporter;. B. Date and time loaded;. C. Volumetric gallons of each grade of product loaded;. D. Name of company operating facility where loaded;. E. Name of shipper (title holder of product after loading). F. Name and address of ultimate consignee;. G. Any deviation from ori
03.03.03.06.htm 03.03.03.06. 06 Marking of Compartments.. Each pot or compartment of each vehicle shall be labeled to indicate the certified gallonage capacity, based on a volumetric gallon equaling 231 cubic inches of liquid, on each side of the pot or compartment in a place and manner that shall be readily discernible at a distance of 50 feet when the vehicle is not in motion. The gallonage capacity of each pot or compartment need not be labeled if the vehicle bears an identification plate affixed by
03.03.03.07.htm 03.03.03.07. 07 Loading Tickets or Manifests Required for Commingled Products.. A loading ticket or manifest as described in Regulation .05 of this chapter is required to transport commingled products as defined in COMAR 03.03.05.15.
03.03.03.08.htm 03.03.03.08. 08 Loading Tickets or Manifests for Home Heating Oil and Certain Other Deliveries.. Petroleum transporters making deliveries of fuel oil or kerosene for use as a heating fuel only by the purchasers, and when the gallons to be delivered are unknown until the actual delivery, shall have in their possession:A. A loading ticket, manifest, or other documentation containing all information required by Regulation .05A―E of this chapter; andB. Delivery tickets for each drop made indicating
03.03.03.09.htm 03.03.03.09. 09 Transporters of Waste Oil.. A. Transporters of motor fuel from tank cleaning or spill clean-up operations shall be considered petroleum transporters regardless of whether the products are contaminated, commingled, or clean.B. Transporters of used crankcase motor oils and solvents may not be considered petroleum transporters provided that no other motor fuel is being simultaneously transported.
03.03.03.10.htm 03.03.03.10. 10 Inspection of Petroleum Transporters.. Any designated agent of the Motor Fuel Tax Bureau of the Comptroller of the Treasury, or any police officer as defined in the Transportation Article, §11-147, Annotated Code of Maryland, may examine and inspect a vehicle, its manifest, its carried product, and other information in order to determine compliance with Business Regulation Article, Title 10, Subtitle 4, Annotated Code of Maryland, and related regulations.
03.03.03.11.htm 03.03.03.11. 11 Reporting Fuel Movements.. A. A registered petroleum transporter who is also a common or contract carrier shall report all intrastate and interstate movements of motor fuel monthly in a format prescribed by the Comptroller.B. A registered petroleum transporter who is not a common or contract carrier shall report movements of motor fuel upon the request of and on forms provided by the Comptroller.
03.03.03.12.htm 03.03.03.12. 12 Display of Owner's Name.. A. The name required for display on the conveyance shall be the name of the petroleum transporter as registered under the federal employers' identification number.B. The name may be an individual's name when it is a sole proprietorship.. C. A trade name, division name, or logo may be displayed in addition to, but not instead of, the registered petroleum transporter's name.
03.03.03.13.htm 03.03.03.13. 13 Hazardous Material Placarding or Labeling.. Vehicles transporting motor vehicle fuel or aviation fuel in one or more cargo tanks having a combined capacity exceeding 1,000 pounds (approximately 140 U.S. gallons) shall display on all 4 sides of the vehicle, hazardous materials placards as prescribed by the United States Department of Transportation.
03.03.03.14.htm 03.03.03.14. 14 Repealed..
03.03.03.15.htm 03.03.03.15. 15 Color and Symbol Coding of Vehicle Discharge Valves.. A. To facilitate the clean transfer of motor fuel from a distribution point to a purchaser, discharge valves of vehicles used in transporting motor fuel shall be color coded. Color coding shall conform to the American Petroleum Institute (API) recommended system which is found at COMAR 03.03.05.14.B. Whenever a petroleum transport vehicle loads product at a bulk plant, terminal, or distribution point, the operator of the
03.03.03.16.htm 03.03.03.16. 16 Loading of Conveyances.. Whenever the operator of a petroleum transporter conveyance is intending to load a different grade or type of motor fuel than was previously contained in a pot, compartment, or hold, the operator shall first ensure complete drainage before loading.
03.03.03.9999.htm 03.03.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date: June 30, 1975 (2:14 Md. R. 1010). Chapter revised effective December 16, 1977 (4:26 Md. R. 2022). Regulation .01 repealed and new Regulation .01 adopted effective September 7, 1987 (14:18 Md. R. 1963)Regulation .02 repealed and new Regulation .02 adopted effective September 7, 1987 (14:18 Md. R. 1963)Regulation .03 amended effective September 7, 1987 (14:18 Md. R. 1963). Regulation .04 amended effective September 7, 1987 (14:18 Md. R. 1963).
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