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Title XXV INCORPORATION AND REGULATION OF CERTAIN UTILITIES AND CARRIERS

Chapter 390

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  390.066.  Application for employment, information of previous employment required — employer not to allow driver to drive on suspended, revoked or cancelled license, penalty — division of motor carrier and railroad safety to perform audit, purpose, set rates for carriers of commodities in dump trucks, exceptions. — 1.  Each person who applies for employment as a driver of a commercial motor vehicle shall provide the employer at the time of the application with information of previous employment as a commercial motor vehicle driver, as prescribed by the Secretary of Transportation of the United States, for the ten years preceding the date of application.

  2.  Each employer shall require the information specified in subsection 1 of this section and advise the applicant of the purpose of such information as prescribed by the Secretary of Transportation of the United States.

  3.  No employer or shipper shall knowingly allow, permit, or authorize a driver to drive a commercial motor vehicle in the United States during any period in which the driver has a driver's license suspended, revoked, or cancelled by a state, has lost the privilege to drive a commercial motor vehicle in a state, or has been disqualified from driving a commercial motor vehicle or is subject to an out-of-service order in any state, or in which the driver has more than one driver's license.  Any employer or shipper in violation of this subsection may be convicted of a violation thereof and shall be guilty of a class A misdemeanor.  The Missouri division of motor carrier and railroad safety shall annually perform financial audits and surveys of a representative number of common carriers of commodities in bulk in dump trucks to determine and set the minimum rate or charge reasonably required and necessary for these carriers to maintain their equipment in a safe condition, to reasonably compensate drivers, so they may meet and comply with state and federal requirements for safety, and to allow these carriers to reasonably pay their other necessary operating expenses including all required taxes, licenses and insurance.  The provisions of this subsection relating to minimum rates shall not apply to common carriers transporting bulk commodities in dump trucks on any shipment weighing forty thousand pounds or more which is transported seventy-five miles or more from the point of origin of the shipment.  On shipments exempted from prescribed minimum rates under this subsection, common carriers shall be subject to all other applicable laws, rules, regulations, and orders and decisions of the division, including those relating to prescribed maximum rates.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, common carriers transporting shipments exempted from prescribed minimum rates under this subsection shall not be required to file and publish schedules showing the rates and charges for such transportation.

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(L. 1991 H.B. 262)

CROSS REFERENCE:

Division of motor carrier and railroad safety abolished, duties and functions transferred to highways and transportation commission and department of transportation, 226.008


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