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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 392—DRIVING OF COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLES

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§392.1
Scope of the rules in this part.
§392.2
Applicable operating rules.
§392.3
Ill or fatigued operator.
§392.4
Drugs and other substances.
§392.5
Alcohol prohibition.
§392.6
Schedules to conform with speed limits.
§392.7
Equipment, inspection and use.
§392.8
Emergency equipment, inspection and use.
§392.9
Inspection of cargo, cargo securement devices and systems.
§392.9a
Operating authority.
§392.9b
Prohibited transportation.
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Subpart B—DRIVING OF COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLES

§392.10
Railroad grade crossings; stopping required.
§392.11
Railroad grade crossings; slowing down required.
§392.12
Highway-rail crossings; safe clearance.
§392.13
[Reserved]
§392.14
Hazardous conditions; extreme caution.
§392.15
[Reserved]
§392.16
Use of seat belts.
§392.18
[Reserved]
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Subpart C—STOPPED COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLES

§§392.20-392.21
[Reserved]
§392.22
Emergency signals; stopped commercial motor vehicles.
§392.24
Emergency signals; flame-producing.
§392.25
Flame producing devices.
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Subpart D—USE OF LIGHTED LAMPS AND REFLECTORS

§§392.30-392.32
[Reserved]
§392.33
Obscured lamps or reflective devices/material.
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Subpart E—LICENSE REVOCATION; DUTIES OF DRIVER

§§392.40-392.41
[Reserved]
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Subpart F—FUELING PRECAUTIONS

§392.50
Ignition of fuel; prevention.
§392.51
Reserve fuel; materials of trade.
§392.52
[Reserved]
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Subpart G—PROHIBITED PRACTICES

§392.60
Unauthorized persons not to be transported.
§392.61
[Reserved]
§392.62
Safe operation, buses.
§392.63
Towing or pushing loaded buses.
§392.64
Riding within closed commercial motor vehicles without proper exits.
§392.65
[Reserved]
§392.66
Carbon monoxide; use of commercial motor vehicle when detected.
§392.67
Heater, flame-producing; on commercial motor vehicle in motion.
§§392.68-392.69
[Reserved]
§392.71
Radar detectors; use and/or possession.
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Subpart H—LIMITING THE USE OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES

§392.80
Prohibition against texting.
§392.82
Using a hand-held mobile telephone.


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