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Looking for an old ICC/MCC source
There was a forum topic in which someone posted a great answer. See mrdmrd's answer in towing-a-vehicle-past-state-lines-t128823-s10.html
In that answer, there is reference to various ICC/MCC decisions, such as Hovanes. Those sources can be found online.
What I cannot find online is L-25831, February 3, 1964
. This source would really help a tow operator facing a claim (unfairly). Does anyone know what L-25831 or where it can be found?
I sent a message to mrdmrd, but it looks like no activity for a few months now.
Any assistance would be appreciated.
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- Joined: January 2nd, 2010, 6:09 pm
afc44, the reference to L-25831 is an old publication in the Federal Register and is not available to be searched online. You don't need the actual copy of the FR post, the code is available and is admissible in court. This link will take you to 49 CFR Subchapter IV, Part B, Chapter 135, Section 13506 (b)(3) which is the exemption from ICC (now FMCSA) juridsction on emergency interstate transportation od accidentally wrecked or disabled motor vehicles.
http://uscode.house.gov/view.xhtml?path ... ion=prelim
If I may ask, what are the circumstances of your case? It is a very limited window that the exemption from operating authority (MC number) applies to. I am a DOT regulatory compliance specialist and this is part of my area of expertise. Please let me know if I can help you. I can be reached through my website www.yourdotguy.com
or via private message at this site or TowForce.net