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11.21.01.00.htm 11.21.01.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 21 MOTOR VEHICLE ADMINISTRATION ― COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLES Chapter 01 Motor Carrier Safety Authority: Transportation Article, §12-104(b) 16-820, 25-111, and 25-111.1(a) Annotated Code of Maryland
11.21.01.01.htm 11.21.01.01. 01 Effective Date of Enforcement.. Regulation .03F of this chapter is effective January 1, 2012..
11.21.01.02.htm 11.21.01.02. 02 Incorporation by Reference of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.. The federal motor carrier safety regulations contained in 49 CFR 40, 382, 383, 387, 390―393, 395―399, and 1572, as amended, are incorporated by reference, subject to the application provision in Regulations .03, .04-1―08, and .11―14 of this chapter and the amendments and exemptions cited in .09 and .10 of this chapter.
11.21.01.03.htm 11.21.01.03. 03 Application.. A. Except as otherwise amended or exempted, these regulations are applicable to all trucks, truck tractors, trailers, semitrailers, pole trailers, converter dollies, combination vehicles, and buses having a gross vehicle weight rating or gross combination weight rating of 10,001 or more pounds.B. These regulations apply to all interstate carriers and to those intrastate carriers:. 1) Transporting hazardous materials of a type and quantity requiring placar
11.21.01.04.htm 11.21.01.04. 04 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Administration" means the Motor Vehicle Administration.. 2) "Administrator" means the Motor Vehicle Administrator.. 3) "Commercial motor vehicle (CMV) has the meaning stated in 49 CFR §390.5.. 4) "Medical condition" means a mental or physical condition which would disqualify an individual from operating a motor vehicle under 49 CFR §391.41(b)5) "Waiver for intrastate
11.21.01.04-1.htm 11.21.01.04-1. 04-1 49 CFR 40, Procedures for Transportation Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs-Amendments and Exemptions.49 CFR 40 is incorporated with no amendments or exemptions..
11.21.01.04-2.htm 11.21.01.04-2. 04-2 49 CFR 382, Controlled Substances and Alcohol Use and Testing ― Amendments and Exemptions.. 49 CFR 382 is incorporated with no amendments or exemptions..
11.21.01.04-3.htm 11.21.01.04-3. 04-3 49 CFR §383.71, Commercial Driver's License Standards: Requirements and Penalties ― Amendments and Exemptions.49 CFR §383.71 is incorporated by reference with no amendments or exemptions..
11.21.01.04-4.htm 11.21.01.04-4. 04-4 49 CFR 387, Minimum Levels of Financial Responsibility for Motor Carriers.. 49 CFR 387 is incorporated by reference with no amendments or exemptions..
11.21.01.05.htm 11.21.01.05. 05 49 CFR 390, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations; General ― Amendments and Exemptions. ― Repealed
11.21.01.06.htm 11.21.01.06. 06 49 CFR 391, Qualifications of Drivers ― Amendments and Exemptions.. A. 49 CFR §391.1. The provisions of 49 CFR §391.1 are not applicable to a farmer, or an agent or employee of a farmer, who operates farm equipment intrastate or a motor vehicle owned or operated by the farmer in the intrastate transportation of supplies to a farm or the transportation of farm products as defined in Agriculture Article, §10-601, Annotated Code of Maryland, within 150 air miles of t
11.21.01.07.htm 11.21.01.07. 07 49 CFR 392, Driving of Motor Vehicles ― Amendments and Exemptions.. 49 CFR 392 is incorporated with no amendments or exemptions..
11.21.01.08.htm 11.21.01.08. 08 49 CFR 393, Parts and Accessories Necessary for Safe Operation ― Amendments and Exemptions.. 49 CFR 393 is incorporated with no amendments or exemptions..
11.21.01.09.htm 11.21.01.09. 09 49 CFR 395, Hours of Service of Drivers ― Amendments and Exemptions.. Add "police officer, hazardous materials inspector, and Public Service Commission inspector as defined in Transportation Article, §25-111, Annotated Code of Maryland" after "every" in 49 CFR §395.13(a)
11.21.01.10.htm 11.21.01.10. 10 49 CFR 396, Inspection, Repair, and Maintenance ― Amendments and Exemptions.. A. 49 CFR §396.9(a)1) After "Every special agent of the FHWA" add, "and, when certified by the Maryland State Police, each police officer (as defined in Transportation Article, §25-111, Annotated Code of Maryland) each hazardous materials inspector, and each Public Service Commission inspector"B. 49 CFR §396.9(b). 1) Add to end, "When reference is made to a Driver-Equipment Compliance Che
11.21.01.11.htm 11.21.01.11. 11 49 CFR 397, Transportation of Hazardous Materials; Driving and Parking Rules ― Amendments and Exemptions.49 CFR 397 is incorporated with no amendments or exemptions..
11.21.01.12.htm 11.21.01.12. 12 49 CFR 398, Transportation of Migrant Workers ― Amendments and Exemptions.. 49 CFR 398 is incorporated with no amendments or exemptions..
11.21.01.13.htm 11.21.01.13. 13 49 CFR 399, Employee Safety and Health Standards ― Amendments and Exemptions.. 49 CFR 399 is incorporated with no amendments or exemptions..
11.21.01.14.htm 11.21.01.14. 14 49 CFR 1572, Credentialing and Background Checks for Maritime and Land Transportation Security ― Amendments and Exemptions.49 CFR 1572 is incorporated by reference with no amendments or exemptions..
11.21.01.9999.htm 11.21.01.9999. Administrative History Effective date: August 12, 1985 (12:16 Md. R. 1607). Regulation .01 amended effective June 12, 2000 (27:11 Md. R. 1079). Regulations .01―04 repealed and new Regulations .01―13 adopted effective October 24, 1994 (21:21 Md. R. 1815)Regulations .01―03 amended and new Regulations .04-1 and .04-2 adopted as an emergency provision effective August 1, 1995 (22:17 Md. R. 1310) emergency status extended at 23:1 Md. R. 22 (Emergency provisions are temporary and
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