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Title XXV INCORPORATION AND REGULATION OF CERTAIN UTILITIES AND CARRIERS

Chapter 390 Motor Carriers and Express Companies ^  !
REGULATION OF MOTOR CARRIERS
390.011   Purpose of law — how construed. (8/28/1986)
390.020   Definitions. (8/28/2004)
390.021   UCR agreement — definitions — commission authority — precedence of ... (8/28/2008)
390.030   Vehicles exempted — discrimination prohibited, when. (8/28/2007)
390.041   Powers of the division of motor carrier and railroad safety to regulate ... (5/13/1988)
390.045   Enforcement personnel of division of motor carrier and railroad safety — ... (5/13/1988)
390.051   Certificate required for common carriers of household goods or passengers ... (8/28/2012)
390.054   Movers of household goods in intrastate commerce, proof of workers' ... (8/28/2012)
390.061   Contract carriers of household goods or passengers to have permit — ... (8/28/2012)
390.062   Procedure for obtaining certificates, permits and rate relief — motion to ... (8/28/1986)
390.063   Certificate required for motor carriers transporting elderly, handicapped ... (8/28/2012)
390.066   Application for employment, information of previous employment required — ... (8/28/1991)
390.081   Temporary permit, issued when. (5/13/1988)
390.101   Common carrier may discontinue service, when. (8/28/1986)
390.106   Certificate or permit may be revoked, altered or amended, when. (8/28/1986)
390.111   Certificate or permit transferred to purchaser, assignee or consolidated ... (8/28/1986)
390.116   Through routes and joint rates established by common carriers of household ... (8/28/2012)
390.121   Rates, fares or charges, changes may be ordered by division of motor ... (8/28/1986)
390.126   Liability insurance required — powers of municipality. (8/28/1986)
390.128   Division of motor carrier and railroad safety required to promulgate rules ... (8/28/2000)
390.136   Motor carriers, regulatory license required — annual, issued when — ... (8/28/2004)
390.138   Duplicate license issued, when — license cancelled when mutilated, procedure. (8/28/1986)
390.141   Orders and decision of division of motor carrier and railroad safety to be ... (8/28/1986)
390.146   Laws relating to motor carrier and railroad safety division of the ... (8/28/1951)
390.150   Financial statement for intrastate common or contract carriers of household ... (8/28/1996)
390.151   Law not to interfere with police control of use of highways. (8/28/1951)
390.156   Action for penalty or forfeiture, how prosecuted — defenses — disposition ... (8/28/1986)
390.161   Penalties cumulative. (8/28/1951)
390.171   Violation of law or rule a misdemeanor. (8/28/1986)
390.176   Fines for violations — what deemed separate offense — how construed. (8/28/1986)
390.201   Enforcement of federal regulations, authority to enforce. (8/28/2012)
PROPERTY CARRIER REGISTRATION

Motor carriers, transportation of hazardous waste, used oil, infectious waste, waste tires, passengers, household goods, and other property, duties and authority relating to licensing, supervising, and regulation of transferred to highways and transportation commission, 226.008

390.250   Definitions. (8/28/1996)
390.260   Scope of division's authority — applicability of certain provisions to ... (8/28/1996)
390.270   Property carrier registration required, when. (8/28/1996)
390.280   Certificates issued prior to January 1, 1995, void, when — certificate ... (8/28/2012)
390.290   Application, verified, documents accompanying — determination of compliance ... (8/28/1996)
390.300   Transfer of property carrier registration, division approval, transfer ... (8/28/1996)
390.310   Suspension of property carrier registration, hearing, notice, revocation, ... (8/28/1996)
390.320   Orders and decisions of division, effect. (8/28/1996)
390.330   Motor carrier records not open to public inspection, exception — ... (8/28/1996)
390.350   Training of division personnel — rulemaking authority. (8/28/1996)
HOLD HARMLESS PROVISIONS
390.372   Motor carrier contracts, hold harmless provisions void and unenforceable — ... (8/28/2008)
 - Cross References
Bus hijacking, penalty, 577.703
Bus or truck following within 300 feet of another, penalty, 304.044
Common carriers generally, Chap. 387
Dead bodies, transportation of, Chap. 194
Definitions, regulatory, 622.015, 622.100
Division of motor carrier and railroad safety abolished, duties and functions transferred to highways and transportation commission and department of transportation, 226.008
Dogs, guide, service or hearing assistance, when entitled to accompany trainer without extra charge, 209.152
Liquor intoxicating, transporting license required, certain carriers exempt, 311.420
Motor carriers generally, Chapter 387
Motor vehicle owner and operator leasing with driver to carrier, not deemed employee for unemployment compensation, 288.035
Owner and operator leasing motor vehicle with driver to carrier, not deemed employee for unemployment compensation, 288.035
Passenger safety, buses and terminals, penalties, 577.700 to 577.718
Property held for shipping charges, sold when, 447.070 to 447.110
Provisions of this chapter not to apply to foreign or interstate commerce, exceptions, 622.110
Seeing-eye dog, accommodation on public conveyance, when, 209.150
Taxation of express companies, Chap. 153

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