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  622.608.  Applications, form, content — license fee — determination of sufficiency, notice, hearing — restrictions permitted. — 1.  Every application for a property carrier registration pursuant to sections 622.600 to 622.620 shall be completed and filed in the form and manner prescribed by rule of the division, shall be verified by the applicant under penalty of perjury and shall not be filed by the division until it has received the following:

  (1)  A certificate of insurance or surety bond executed by the applicant's insurer or surety, or order of the division approving self-insurance by the applicant, which certifies that the applicant is covered against personal injury and property damage liability, except damage to property transported as cargo by the applicant, resulting from negligent motor vehicle operations by the applicant in this state, which is completed and filed in the prescribed form, manner and amount and is approved by the division in accordance with rules of the division pursuant to section 390.126;

  (2)  A license fee application showing the number and type of vehicle licenses requested by the applicant for each motor vehicle to be operated in intrastate commerce in this state under the requested property carrier registration during the year for which the application is made, together with payment of the aggregate license fees payable with reference to those motor vehicles, which is completed, filed and paid in the form and manner prescribed by rule of the division pursuant to section 390.136; and

  (3)  Information required by rule of the division relating to the applicant's compliance and willingness to comply with any laws, rules, regulations or orders relating to registration, licensing, liability insurance or safety, and applicable to the applicant's motor vehicles, drivers or operations by motor vehicle, including any state or federal laws, rules, regulations or orders relating to the transportation of any hazardous material as designated in Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations.

  2.  One of the division's administrative law judges shall determine on the basis of the information filed by the applicant, evidence submitted by the division staff, and any other information received by the division and filed of record in the case, whether the applicant is in compliance and willing to comply with the laws, rules, regulations and orders relating to registration, licensing, liability insurance, safety and hazardous materials, which are applicable to the applicant's motor vehicles, drivers or operations as a registered property carrier by motor vehicle.  If the administrative law judge determines that the applicant is qualified, the application shall be granted and a property carrier registration shall be issued without a hearing.  If the administrative law judge determines that the information on record concerning the applicant's qualifications is not adequate to finally determine the application, the division may investigate the applicant's qualifications more thoroughly before the administrative law judge makes a final determination of the application.  If the administrative law judge or the division staff opposes the issuance of a property carrier registration, then a hearing shall be held, not more than twenty days after a request for hearing by the applicant, to determine the merits of the application and whether a property carrier registration shall be issued.  The administrative law judge shall determine the application not more than forty-five days after the close of the hearing, or else the application shall be approved.

  3.  The division shall not restrict the property carrier registration with reference to any specific commodities, routes or service, except that the division shall restrict the applicant's property carrier registration against the transportation of household goods, and shall further restrict against any hazardous material as designated in Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, if the division finds that the applicant has not shown it is qualified to safely transport that hazardous material in compliance with all registration, liability insurance and safety requirements applicable to the transportation of that hazardous material pursuant to Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations.

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(L. 1996 S.B. 780 § 5)


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