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Title 49 Part 385 → Subpart D → §385.307

Title 49 → Subtitle B → Chapter III → Subchapter B → Part 385 → Subpart D → §385.307

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Title 49 Part 385 → Subpart D → §385.307

e-CFR data is current as of September 17, 2019

Title 49Subtitle BChapter IIISubchapter BPart 385Subpart D → §385.307


Title 49: Transportation
PART 385—SAFETY FITNESS PROCEDURES
Subpart D—New Entrant Safety Assurance Program


§385.307   What happens after a motor carrier begins operations as a new entrant?

After a new entrant satisfies all applicable pre-operational requirements, it will be subject to the new entrant safety monitoring procedures for a period of 18 months. During this 18-month period:

(a) The new entrant's roadside safety performance will be closely monitored to ensure the new entrant has basic safety management controls that are operating effectively.

(b) A safety audit will be conducted on the new entrant, once it has been in operation for enough time to have sufficient records to allow the agency to evaluate the adequacy of its basic safety management controls. This period will generally be at least 3 months.

(c) All records and documents required for the safety audit shall be made available for inspection upon request by an individual certified under FMCSA regulations to perform safety audits.

[67 FR 31983, May 13, 2002, as amended at 73 FR 76488, Dec. 16, 2008]