Corporation Commission

THE JOURNAL RECORD, August 28, 1993 | Go to article overview

Corporation Commission


165:30-11-16. Change of name, address and/or ownership of registrant

(a) If a registrant changes its name after the registration receipt has been issued, the registrant shall submit to the Commission a copy of the reentitlement issued by the ICC. The Commission shall require proof of insurance, in accordance with the rules of this Subchapter, to be resubmitted in the new name prior to a replacement registration receipt being issued. All old copies of the registration receipt carried in the cab of the motor vehicles must be destroyed and replaced with new copies of the replacement registration receipt.

(b) A change of ownership is not considered a name change. The current registrant (prior owners) must notify the Commission to cancel its registration. New owners shall register as an initial registrant.

(c) If the registrant changes its business address, the Commission will require filing of a copy of the notice (letter from the motor carrier to the ICC) submitted to the ICC. New proof of insurance is required to be filed, in accordance with the rules of this Subchapter, with the Commission. New proof of insurance is not required provided only the street, route or box number changed.

165:30-11-17. Markings

All motor carriers engaged in ICC regulated interstate commerce shall comply with all provisions of 165:30-3-17, except (a) (2) and (a) (3) of that Section, in which case a carrier's ICC MC number may be used in lieu of the OCC MC number and domicile city.

PART 5. CONDUCTING OPERATIONS

165:30-11-31. Compliance with laws and regulations

(a) All motor carriers engaged in ICC regulated interstate commerce shall conduct their operations in accordance with all applicable laws of the State of Oklahoma and all applicable rules of the Commission. All registrations heretofore or hereafter filed with the Commission are subject to applicable provisions of law and of the rules of this Subchapter as fully as if those laws and rules were set forth verbatim therein.

(b) No motor carrier engaged in ICC regulated interstate commerce shall operate or allow to be operated on the public highways of the State of Oklahoma any equipment for hire that does not comply with safety criteria established by the Statutes of Oklahoma or by the Department of Public Safety. No motor carrier shall permit any person to operate a motor vehicle for hire when such person is intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol or under the influence of amphetamines, stimulants or other drugs. Any vehicle which fails to meet safety criteria, or which is operated by a person under the influence of alcohol, amphetamines, stimulants or other drugs, shall be prevented from continued use of the public highways of the State of Oklahoma.

(c) Violation of the rules of this Subchapter shall be grounds for cancellation of an ICC regulated interstate registration or any other penalties deemed appropriate by the Commission pursuant to authority granted to the Commission.

165:30-11-32. Legal possession of cargo

All motor carriers engaged in ICC regulated interstate commerce shall be required to carry at all times documents that establish legal possession of cargo.

165:30-11-33. Leasing of equipment

All motor carriers engaged in ICC regulated interstate commerce shall be required to carry a copy of the lease agreement or contract in each and every power unit.

PART 7. MISCELLANEOUS

165:30-11-41. Pollution abatement

All motor carriers engaged in ICC regulated interstate commerce shall comply with all provisions of 165:30-3-92.

165:30-11-42. Suspension or revocation of an ICC regulated registration

(a) Any ICC regulated interstate motor carrier registration may be suspended or revoked by the Commission, or the holder thereof assessed a fine or other lawful punishment for violation of, or failure to comply with, any requirement or provision of law or of the rules of this Subchapter, including but not limited to the following:

(1) Violation of municipal or state traffic laws, rules, regulations and rules of the road with evidence of conviction of the driver or of the carrier; provided, however, that an ICC regulated interstate motor carrier registration shall not be suspended or revoked upon this ground alone, unless it is shown that such violations were of such serious or continuing nature that further operations by the motor carrier would constitute a hazard to public safety. …

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