Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


(2)Intrastate and ICC exempt interstate forms.

MCF 11

Application For Identification Devices

MCF 12

Address Change

MCF 14

Affidavit of No Operations

MCF 20

Application for Reinstatement of Motor Carrier Authority

Form E

Uniform Motor Carrier Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability Certificate of Insurance

Form K

Uniform Notice of Cancellation of Motor Carrier Insurance Policies

Form G

Uniform Motor Carrier Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability Surety Bond

Form L

Uniform Notice of Cancellation of Motor Carrier Surety Bonds (3)ICC exempt Interstate forms.

MCF 16

Application for ICC Exempt Interstate Change of Name

Form A-1

Application for Registration of Interstate Motor Carrier Operations Exempt from ICC Regulations (4)ICC regulated interstate forms.

SSRF

Uniform Application for Single State Registration For Motor Carriers Operating Under Authority Issued by the Interstate Commerce Commission

SSRS-RRF

Single State Registration System-Registration Receipt Form

BOC-3

Designation of Agents

BMC 91

Motor Carrier Automobile Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability Certificate of Insurance (full coverage)

BMC 91X

Motor Carrier Automobile Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability Certificate of Insurance (full coverage or aggregated limits)

BMC 91MX

Motor Carrier Certificate of Insurance (Aggregate limits)

BMC 90

Endorsement for Motor Carrier Policies

MCS 82

Motor Carrier Public Liability Surety Bond

BMC 35

Notice of Cancellation Motor Carrier Policies of Insurance

BMC 36

Notice of Cancellation Motor Carrier Surety Bonds SUBCHAPTER 9. INTERSTATE EXEMPT MOTOR CARRIERS

PART 1. APPLYING FOR AUTHORITY AND

AUTHORITY REQUIREMENTS

165:30-9-1. Obtaining an Interstate Registration Certificate (IRC)

(a) No motor carrier shall conduct Interstate Commerce Commission (hereinafter referred to as "ICC") exempt interstate motor carrier operations in Oklahoma without first obtaining an Interstate Registration Certificate, hereinafter referred to as "IRC", from the Commission.

(b) An ICC regulated interstate motor carrier properly registered under Subchapter 11 of this Chapter, need not register as an ICC exempt interstate motor carrier under this Subchapter.

(c) An applicant for an IRC shall file with the Court Clerk of the Commission a written application on the appropriate form prescribed by the Commission (Form A-1), and shall tender with the application a filing fee as prescribed by law or by Commission rule.

(d) The application shall be assigned a docket number which shall be the permanent identification number for all matters relating to authority granted therein. Any application thereafter filed to amend the authority or for additional authority by the same applicant shall be filed in the same cause under the original docket number, and otherwise shall be governed by the provisions of the rules of this Subchapter relating to an application for authority. Each subsequent application shall also bear a subnumber in sequence (example: IRC OCC MC 1000, Sub 1).

(e) An IRC shall be personal to the holder thereof, and shall be issued only to an individual, a corporation, a partnership or some other definite legal entity.

(f)-(g) No Change

(h) A copy of the current IRC under which an interestate carrier operates shall be carried at all times in each power unit operated by the motor carrier.

165:30-9-2. Insurance

All motor carriers engaged in ICC exempt interstate commerce shall comply with all provisions of 165:30-3-11, except (c). …

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