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e-CFR Data is current as of September 12, 2014

Title 49Subtitle BChapter IIISubchapter BPart 381


TITLE 49—Transportation

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER III—FEDERAL MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SUBCHAPTER B—FEDERAL MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY REGULATIONS

PART 381—WAIVERS, EXEMPTIONS, AND PILOT PROGRAMS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§381.100
What is the purpose of this part?
§381.105
Who is required to comply with the rules in this part?
§381.110
What definitions are applicable to this part?
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Subpart B—PROCEDURES FOR REQUESTING WAIVERS

§381.200
What is a waiver?
§381.205
How do I determine when I may request a waiver?
§381.210
How do I request a waiver?
§381.215
What will the FMCSA do after the agency receives my request for a waiver?
§381.220
How long will it take the agency to respond to my request for a waiver?
§381.225
Who should I contact if I have questions about the information I am required to submit to the FMCSA or about the status of my request for a waiver?
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Subpart C—PROCEDURES FOR APPLYING FOR EXEMPTIONS

§381.300
What is an exemption?
§381.305
How do I determine when I may apply for an exemption?
§381.310
How do I apply for an exemption?
§381.315
What will the FMCSA do after the agency receives my application for an exemption?
§381.320
How long will it take the agency to respond to my application for an exemption?
§381.325
Who should I contact if I have questions about the information I am required to submit to the FMCSA or about the status of my application for an exemption?
§381.330
What am I required to do if the FMCSA grants my application for an exemption?
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Subpart D—INITIATION OF PILOT PROGRAMS

§381.400
What is a pilot program?
§381.405
Who determines whether a pilot program should be initiated?
§381.410
What may I do if I have an idea or suggestion for a pilot program?
§381.415
Who should I contact if I have questions about the information to be included in my suggestion?
§381.420
What will the FMCSA do after the agency receives my suggestion for a pilot program?
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Subpart E—ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES FOR PILOT PROGRAMS

§381.500
What are the general requirements the agency must satisfy in conducting a pilot program?
§381.505
What are the minimum elements required for a pilot program?
§381.510
May the FMCSA end a pilot program before its scheduled completion date?
§381.515
May the FMCSA remove approved participants from a pilot program?
§381.520
What will the FMCSA do with the results from a pilot program?
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Subpart F—PREEMPTION OF STATE RULES

§381.600
Do waivers, exemptions, and pilot programs preempt State laws and regulations?


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