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Title 49 Part 385 → Subpart E → §385.419

Title 49 → Subtitle B → Chapter III → Subchapter B → Part 385 → Subpart E → §385.419

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Title 49 Part 385 → Subpart E → §385.419

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Title 49Subtitle BChapter IIISubchapter BPart 385Subpart E → §385.419


Title 49: Transportation
PART 385—SAFETY FITNESS PROCEDURES
Subpart E—Hazardous Materials Safety Permits


§385.419   How long is a safety permit effective?

Unless suspended or revoked, a safety permit (other than a temporary safety permit) is effective for two years, except that:

(a) A safety permit will be subject to revocation if a motor carrier fails to submit a renewal application (Form MCSA-1, the URS online application) in accordance with the schedule set forth for filing Form MCSA-1 in part 390, subpart E, of this subchapter; and

(b) An existing safety permit will remain in effect pending FMCSA's processing of an application for renewal if a motor carrier submits the required application (Form MCSA-1) in accordance with the schedule set forth in part 390, subpart E, of this subchapter.

[80 FR 63708, Oct. 21, 2015]

Effective Date Note: At 82 FR 5305, Jan. 17, 2017, §385.419 was suspended, effective Jan. 14, 2017.


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