APPENDIX A -

APPENDIX A

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY OFFICE (MVSO)

MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY REGULATIONS FEE TABLE

(For purposes of Hawaii Administrative Rule Title 19, Chapter 141, Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, this document is titled Appendix A)

HAWAII ADMINISTRATIVE RULES

COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE LAW DOT) RULES AND REGULATIONS

DESCRIPTION TYPE

+DE

+ADC

+CIF

Bail Forfeiture

W/IN 7 DAYS

Bail Forfeiture AFTER 7 DAYS

PENALTY

49 CFR *390.3

Applicability and knowledge of regulations

7

15

75

100

HRS 286-206 Fines not more than $2,000 for each separate offense

49 CFR 390.13

Aiding and abetting violations

7

15

         -

75

100

See-above

49 CFR *390.15

Failure to provide assistance in investigation and special studies

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR 390.17

Prohibited use of additional equipment and accessories

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *390.19

Failure to provide motor carrier identification report

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *390.21

Required marking of CMV's and intermodal equipment

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *390.29

Location of records or documents

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *390.31

Copies of records or documents

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *390.35

Falsification, reproduction or alteration of certificates, reports and records

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *390.40

Responsibility of intermodal equipment providers

7

15

         -

75

100

See above -

49 CFR *390.42

Responsibilities of drivers operating intermodal equipment

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *39U1

Using an unqualified driver

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *391.15

Using a disqualified driver

7

15

-

75

100

See above

*Denotes all subsections within the section

+DE (Driver's Education); +ADC (Administrative Fee Collection); +CIF (Criminal Injury Compensation Fee Assessment)

49 CFR *391.21

No application for employment

7

15

-

75

100

HRS 286-206 Fines not more than $2,000 for

each separate offense

49 CFR *391.23

No investigation and inquiries of driver

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *391.27

No record of violations for drivers

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *391-31

No certification of drivers road test

7

15

*

75

100

See above

49 CFR *391.41

Physical qualification for drivers

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR 391.42

Required use of medical examiner on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *391.43

No certificate of physical examination

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *391.45

Person who must be examined/certified

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *391.51

Driver qualification file violation

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *391.53

No driver investigation history file

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR 392.3

Ill or fatigued operator

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *392.4

Driver use/possess of drugs and other substances

7

15

         -

200

300

See above

49 CFR *392.5

Alcohol prohibition

7

15

         -

200

300

See above

49 CFR 392.6

Failure to conform with speed limits

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *392.7

Improper equipment, inspection and use

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR 392.8

Improper emergency equipment, inspection and use

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *392.9

Failure to properly inspect cargo and cargo securement devices

7

15

100

200

HRS 286-206 Fines not more than $2,000 for

each separate offense

49 CFR *392.9a

No operating authority

7

15

75

100

See above

49 CFR *392.10

Railroad grade crossings, stopping required

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 392.11

Railroad grade crossings, slowing down required

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 392.14

Failure to take extreme caution in hazardous conditions

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 392.16

Failure in the use of seat belts

7

15

-

100

200

See above

49 CFR *392.22

Emergency signals required

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 392.24

Use of flame producing emergency signals

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 392.25

Use of flame producing devices with hazardous materials

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *392.33

Obscured lamps or reflective devices / material

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *392.50

Improper fueling of commercial vehicles

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *392.51

Carrying reserve fuel

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *392.60

Transporting unauthorized person/s

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *392.62

Safe operation of buses

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR 392.63

Prohibited towing or pushing of loaded buses

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 392.64

Riding with closed vehicles without proper exits

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *392.66

Use of CMV when carbon monoxide detected

7

15

75

100

HRS 286-206 Fines not more than 52,000 for

each separate offense

49 CFR *392.71

Use and/or possession of radar detectors

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *392.80

Prohibition against texting

7

15

         -

250

350

See above

49 CFR *392.82

Using a hand-held mobile telephone

7

15

         -

250

350

See above

49 CFR *393.9

Inoperable lamps

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.11

Improper lighting devices and reflectors

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.I3

Improper retroreflective sheeting reflectors

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.17

Improper lamps/reflectors for tow away operations

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 393.19

Improper hazard warning signals

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.22

Improper combination lighting devices reflectors

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 393.23

No power supply for lamps

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.24

Requirement for head lamps

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.25

Brake lamps requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.26

Requirements for reflectors

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR 393-28

Wiring to be protected

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 393.30

Improper battery installation

7

15

75

100

HRS 286-206 Fines not more than $2,000 for

each separate offense

49 CFR *393.40

Required brake systems

7

15

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR *393.41

Parking brake system

7

15

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR *393.42

Brakes required on all wheels

7

15

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR *393.43

Breakaway and emergency braking

7

15

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR *393.44

Improper protection of front brake lines

7

15

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR *393.45

Adequacy of brake tubing and hoses

7

15

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR *393.47

Improper brake actuators, slack adjusters, linings/pads and drums/rotors

7

15

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR 393.48

Inoperable brakes

7

15

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR *393.49

Improper control valve for brakes

7

15

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR 393.50

Reservoirs required

7

15

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR *393.51

Improper brake warning devices and gauges

7

15

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR *393.52

Improper brake performance

7

15

100

150

See above

49 CFR *393.53

Improper automatic brake adjusters

7

15

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR *393.55

Improper antilock brake systems

7

15

-

100

150

HRS 286-206 Fines not more than $2,000 for

each separate offense

49 CFR *393.60

Improper windshield condition

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 393.61

Improper window construction

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.62

Improper emergency exits for buses

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.65

Fuel system requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.67

Liquid fuel tank requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.68

Compressed natural gas fuel containers requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.69

Liquefied petroleum gas systems requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.70

Coupling devices & towing methods requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.71

Coupling devices & towing methods, driveaway-tow away operation requirements

7

15

         -

75 -

100

See above

49 CFR *393.75

Tire requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.78

Windshield wiping and washing system requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.80

Rear vision mirror requirements

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR 393.81

Inoperative horn

7

15

75

100

HRS 286-206 Fines not more than $2,000 for

each separate offense

49 CFR 393.82

Inoperative speedometer

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.S3

Improper exhaust system

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 393.84

Holes in floor

7

15

-

75

100

See- above

49 CFR *393.86

Improper rear end protection

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.87

Improper warning flags on projected loads

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 393.88

Television receiver requirements

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR 393.89

No driveshaft protection device, buses

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 393.90

Buses, standee line or bar

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 393..91

Buses, aisle seats prohibited

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.93

Seat belt assembly requirements for buses

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.94

Interior noise level requirements in power units

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.95a

Fire extinguisher requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 393.95(b)

Spare fuses requirements

7

15

75

100

HRS 286-206 Fines not more than 52,000 for

each separate offense

49 CFR *393.95(f)

Warning devices requirements for stopped vehicles

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 393.95(k)

Requirement for red flags

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.100

Improper protection against shifting/falling cargo

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.102

Performance criteria for cargo securement devices

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.104

Standards for cargo securement devices

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.106

General cargo securement requirements

7

15

*

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.108

Working load limit requirements

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.1 10

Required number of tiedowns

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR 393.112

Adjustable tiedown requirements

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.114

Front end structure requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.116

Requirements for securing logs

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.118

Securing dressed lumber or similar building products requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.120

Securing metal coil requirements

7

15

75

100

HRS 286-206 Fines not more than $2,000 for

each separate offense

49 CFR *393.122

Securing paper roll requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.124

Securing concrete pipe requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.126

Securing intermodal container requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.128

Securing automobiles, light trucks and van requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.130

Securing heavy vehicles, equipment and machinery requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.132

Securing flattened or crushed vehicles requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.134

Securing roll-on /roll-off or hook lift containers requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.136

Securing large boulders requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.201

Frame violations

7

15

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR *393.203

Cab and body component requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.205

Wheel requirements

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *393.207

Suspension.systems requirements

7

35

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR *393.209

Steering wheel systems requirements

7

15

75

100

HRS 286-206 Fines not more than $2,000 for

each separate offense

49 CFR *395.3

Maximum driving time for property carrying vehicles

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *395.5

Maximum driving time for passenger carrying vehicles

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *395.8

Driver's record of duty status requirement

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *395.13

Drivers declared out-of-service

7

15

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR *396.3

Requirements for inspection, repair and maintenance

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 396.3(a)!

Brakes out of adjustment

7

15

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR *396.5

Lubrication/grease or oil leak

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *396.7

Unsafe operation forbidden

7

15

-

100

200

See above

49 CFR *396.9

Requirement for the inspection of motor vehicle in operation

7

15

-

100

200

See above

49 CFR *396.11(a)

Improper driver vehicle inspection report

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *396.11(b)

Improper driver vehicle inspection report (Equipment provided by intermodal equipment provided)

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *396.11(c)

Driver vehicle inspection report (corrective action) requirement

7

15

75

100

HRS 286-206 Fines not more than $2,000 for

each separate offense

49 CFR -396.12

Improper intermodal equipment provider procedures

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *396.13

Requirement of driver inspection of vehicle before operation

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *396.15

Driveaway - towaway operation inspections requirements

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *396.17

"Periodic Inspection requirements

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *396.25

Qualifications of brake inspectors

7

15

         -

100

150

See above

49 CFR *397.1

Application of the rales in transportation of hazardous materials

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR 397,2

Compliance with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations when transporting hazardous materials

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR 397.3

Compliance with state and local laws, ordinances and regulations when transportinghazardous materials

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *397.5

Requirement for the attendance and surveillance of motor vehicles with hazardous materials

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *397.7

Prohibited parking when transporting hazardous materials

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *397.11

Disregarding fires when transporting hazardous] materials

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *397.13

Prohibited smoking

7

15

100

200

HRS 286-206 Fines not more than $2,000 for

each separate offense

49 CFR *397.15

Proper fueling of CMV containing hazardous materials

7

15

-

75

100

See above

49 CFR *397.17

Proper tire inspection

7

15

         -

75

100

See above

49 CFR *397.19

Requirement for the instructions and documents of vehicles that transport hazardous materials

7

15

-

100

150

See above

49 CFR *397.67

Responsibility for routing of non-radioactive hazardous materials

7

15

-

100

150

See above

HRS *249-7

No license plate; obstructed plates; unclean plates

7

15

Court

Court

HRS 286-206 Fines not more than $2,000 for

each separate offense

HRS *286-47(3)

Registration not in vehicle

7

15

-

Court

Court

See above

HRS *286-47.2

No certificate of trailer registration

7

15

-

Court

Court

See above

HRS 286.202(12)

Modification of vehicle requirement

7

15

-

Court

Court

See above

HRS *286.202.5

No Driver Improvement Program

7

15

-

Court

Court

See above

HRS *286.202.6

Improper marking of motor carrier vehicles

7

15

-

Court

Court

See above

HRS *286.202.8

No mudguards; protective devices

7

15

-

Court

Court

See above

HRS *286.204.5

No Vehicle Identification Card

7

15

         -

Court

Court

See above

HRS 286.210

DOT Safety check

7

15

         -

Court

Court

See above

HRS *286.234(b)

Employer responsibilities for employing unlicensed commercial driver

7

15

-

Court

Court

See above

HRS 286.235(a,b)

Commercial driver's license required

7

15

         -

Court

Court

See above

HRS *291.34

Requirements for size of vehicles, width, height and length

7

15

         -

Court

Court

See above

HRS *291-35

Requirement for gross weight, axle, wheel loads

7

15

-

Court

Court

See above

HRS 291.39e

Refusing to submit to weighing

7

15

-

Court

Court

See above

HRS *431:10004

No motor vehicle insurance

7

15

-

Court

Court

See above

HRS *431:10cl07

Verification of insurance of motor vehicles

7

15

Court

Court

See above

* Denotes all subsections within the section

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