These rules govern the handling of applications for operating authority of the following type:
(a) Applications for certificates and permits to operate as a motor common or contract carrier of property or passengers.
(b) Applications for permits to operate as a freight forwarder.
(d) Applications for licenses to operate as a broker of motor vehicle transportation.
(e) Applications for certificates under 49 U.S.C. 13902(b)(3) to operate as a motor carrier of passengers in intrastate commerce over regular routes if such intrastate transportation is to be provided on a route over which the carrier provides interstate transportation of passengers.
(g) Applications for temporary motor carrier authority.
(h) Applications for Mexico-domiciled motor carriers to operate in foreign commerce as common, contract or private motor carriers of property (including exempt items) between Mexico and all points in the United States. Under NAFTA Annex I, page I-U-20, a Mexico-domiciled motor carrier may not provide point-to-point transportation services, including express delivery services, within the United States for goods other than international cargo.
(i) Applications for non-North America-domiciled motor carriers to operate in foreign commerce as for-hire motor carriers of property and passengers within the United States.