49 CFR 385.407 - What conditions must a motor carrier satisfy for FMCSA to issue a safety permit?
(a)Motor carrier safety performance.
(1) The motor carrier must have a “Satisfactory” safety rating assigned by either FMCSA, pursuant to the Safety Fitness Procedures of this part, or the State in which the motor carrier has its principal place of business, if the State has adopted and implemented safety fitness procedures that are equivalent to the procedures in subpart A of this part; and
(i) Does not certify that it has a satisfactory security program as required in § 385.407(b);
(iii) Has a driver, vehicle, hazardous materials, or total out-of-service rate in the top 30 percent of the national average as indicated in the MCMIS.
(b)Satisfactory security program. The motor carrier must certify that it has a satisfactory security program, including:
(1) A security plan meeting the requirements of part 172, subpart I of this title, and addressing how the carrier will ensure the security of the written route plan required by this part;
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- 49 CFR 385.407 — What Conditions Must a Motor Carrier Satisfy for FMCSA to Issue a Safety Permit?
- 49 CFR 385.409 — When May a Temporary Safety Permit Be Issued to a Motor Carrier?
- 49 CFR 385.421 — Under What Circumstances Will a Safety Permit Be Subject to Revocation or Suspension by FMCSA?
- 49 CFR 385.421T — Under What Circumstances Will a Safety Permit Be Subject to Revocation or Suspension by FMCSA?
- 49 CFR 385.409T — When May a Temporary Safety Permit Be Issued to a Motor Carrier?