CHAPTER 271

MOTOR CARRIER LAW

 

Section

271-1 Declaration of policy

271-2 Administration; governing provisions of other

acts

271-3 Application of chapter, interstate, or foreign

commerce

271-4 Definitions

271-5 Exemptions, generally

271-6 Repealed

271-7 Exemptions, vehicles used by farmers

271-8 Certificate or permit required

271-8.5 Advertising

271-9 General duties and powers of the commission

271-9.5 Electronic copies of documents

271-10 Reports and decisions of commission

271-11 Copies of schedules, tariffs, contracts, etc.,

kept as public records; evidence

271-12 Applications for certificates of public

convenience and necessity

271-13 Permits for contract carriers by motor vehicle

271-14 No proprietary right in highway

271-15 Dual operation

271-16 Temporary authority

271-17 Security for protection of public

271-18 Transfer of certificates of public convenience

and necessity, contract carrier permits, and

carrier property

271-19 Suspension, change, and revocation of

certificates and permits

271-20 Rates, fares and charges of common carriers by

motor vehicle

271-21 Tariffs of common carriers by motor vehicle

271-22 Schedules of contract carriers by motor

vehicle

271-23 Bills of lading, shipping documents

271-24 Recovery of overcharges or undercharges

271-25 Accounts, records, and reports

271-26 Records to be maintained in State

271-26.5 Change of address; responsibility;

service of orders

271-27 Unlawful operation

271-28 Collection of rates and charges

271-28.5 Motor carrier lien

271-29 Identification of carriers

271-30 Allowance to shippers for transportation

services

271-31 Hearings

271-32 Reconsideration and rehearings

271-33 Appeals

271-34 Witnesses

271-35 Agreements between carriers

271-36 Fees and charges

271-37 Attorney general; aid in enforcement

271-38 Enforcement

271-39 Motor carrier indemnification agreements prohibited

 

Cross References

 

Commercial driver licensing, see 286-231 to 249.

Motor carrier safety law, see 286-201 to 216.

Transportation of hazardous materials, see 286-221 to 227.

 

Case Notes

 

Public utilities commission correctly determined that it could not assume jurisdiction over federal military camp and dismissed complaint for lack of subject matter jurisdiction as Article VI of the U.S. Constitution preempted any state regulation over the military camp; it was not shown that camp was not an instrumentality of the United States and therefore not entitled to invoke immunity or that the camp was an instrumentality of the United States, but there was a clear and unambiguous congressional authorization waiving camp's immunity from direct state regulation. 112 H. 150, 145 P.3d 693.

 

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