FMCSA

AcronymDefinition
FMCSAFederal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (US DOT)
FMCSAFord Motor Company of Southern Africa
FMCSAFederal Motor Carrier Safety Association
FMCSAFederal Motor Carrier Safety Act
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"In the Agency's judgment, it would be premature to implement the States' query requirement before addressing the questions and concerns raised by AAMVA in its 2017 petition for reconsideration," FMCSA stated in its proposal.
FMCSA regulations provide a dispute-resolution procedure for employers and employees to go through when two different medical professionals have reached opposite conclusions about an employee's physical fitness.
FMCSA is a unit of the Department of Transportation, and its primary job is to reduce commercial vehicle crashes and fatalities.
Also, FMCSA and the Federal Railroad Administration have withdrawn a March 2016 advance notice of proposed rulemaking concerning the prevalence of moderate-to-severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) among individuals occupying safety-sensitive highway or rail transportation positions.
Razor Tracking Platinum allows drivers to meet this new FMCSA mandate by simply logging into the mobile app before they start driving and hours are tracked immediately and accurately.
The FMCSA also said the final rule would prohibit carriers from harassing drivers because of ELD information.
Any increase "beyond the $1 million set by the market will needlessly result in increased premiums and safe motor carriers going out of business," said a letter to the FMCSA from Prime Property & Casualty Insurance Inc., a Chicago-based firm.
"Ultimately it's about the safety of your family and my family and those who travel on the roads," says Duane DeBruyne, spokesman, FMCSA. "That's what everybody is focused on.
"FMCSA concludes that the Pilot Program successfully demonstrated that Mexican motor carriers can and do operate throughout the United States at a safety level equivalent to U.S.
In preparation for developing its recommendations, FMCSA announced on Nov.
Once the regulation goes into effect, the FMCSA could impose a civil penalty of US$11,000 (8,376 euros) per offense and suspend or revoke the operating authority of a shipper, motor carrier or freight forwarder that coerces a driver.