The 2018 NPRM proposed eliminating the cost of additional vehicle identification while obtaining all the information necessary for law enforcement officers to identify the carrier for compliance with the legislation. FMCSA also proposed to add paragraph (e) (2) (v) so that a dependent CMV of the person would be submitted with the 48-hour emergency exception. 390.403 A) (a) (2), may be excluded from paragraphs e) (2) iii) and (iv) with respect to a rental document containing the necessary indications about the vehicle; provided that the lessor and lessor meet the requirements of the provision in the provisions of S. 390.403 A(2). Part G, including paragraphs 390.401 and 390.403, is added. These sections include the applicability of the final rule, the two general exceptions, civil penalties for non-compliance with applicable requirements, and requirements for any lease or exchange. l) copies of the lease. The parties must sign the lease. The authorized carrier keeps a copy and, for the duration of the lease, places an additional copy of the lease, unless a statement is kept on the aircraft in accordance with the provisions of page 376.11 (c) (2).
The owner of the equipment must keep a copy of the rental agreement. As of January 1, 2021, a driver may only carry passengers in a rented or circled vehicle under the following conditions: the licensed carrier A does not have the capacity to make a contractual trip and charges carrier B to make the trip while maintaining its contract with the customer. This agreement is documented by a charter contract between airlines A and B. Carrier A pays carrier B for the trip. This agreement is not a lease agreement, partly because Company B does not grant passenger cmV to Carrier A and, on the other hand, because both carriers are certified carriers. Instead, Airline B makes the journey on its own behalf, under its own responsibility, with its own vehicles and is therefore responsible for compliance with FMCSRs. This final rule therefore does not apply to this regime. Paragraph (a) (1) defines the two cases in which a lease or other agreement is required (and the lease or agreement must then meet the conditions set out in points (b) and (c) of this section), from the date of compliance with this rule, January 1, 2021.