49 CFR 373.103 - Expense bills.
(a) Property. Every motor common carrier shall issue a freight or expense bill for each shipment transported containing the following information:
(1) Names of consignor and consignee (except on a reconsigned shipment, not the name of the original consignor).
(3) Origin and destination points (except on a reconsigned shipment, not the original shipping point unless the final consignee pays the charges from that point).
(8) Total charges due, including the nature and amount of any charges for special service and the points at which such service was rendered.
The shipper or receiver owing the charges shall be given the original freight or expense bill and the carrier shall keep a copy as prescribed at 49 CFR part 379. If the bill is electronically transmitted (when agreed to by the carrier and payor), a receipted copy shall be given to the payor upon payment.
(b) Charter service. Every motor passenger common carrier providing charter service shall issue an expense bill containing the following information:
(1) Serial number, consisting of one of a series of consecutive numbers assigned in advance and imprinted on the bill.
The carrier shall keep a copy of all expense bills issued for the period prescribed at 49 CFR part 379. If any expense bill is spoiled, voided, or unused for any reason, a copy or written record of its disposition shall be retained for a like period.
Title 49 published on 2014-10-01
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