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- Tow Trucks & Auto Haulers O.K
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- Contingent Cargo and Liability
- Dump Trucks (Sand, Dirt, Gravel)
- Hazardous Waste Haulers. O.K
- General Commodities (Reefer, Flatbed, Dry Van)
- Asphalt Haulers (Belly Dumps, Side Dumps, End Dumps)
- Fuel Haulers O.K (Gasoline, Crude Oil, Waste Oil, Hot Oil)
- Wrecker Service / Tow Truck Operations/ Straight Trucks
- Brokerage Bonds / Contingent Cargo and Liability
- Trucking Liability / Commercial Auto Insurance
“PA Commercial motor vehicle.” A motor vehicle or combination designed or used to transport passengers or property:
(1) if the vehicle has a gross vehicle weight rating or gross vehicle weight of 26,001 or more pounds or such lesser rating as the department shall adopt under the provisions of section 6103(c) (relating to promulgation of rules and regulations by department), as determined by Federal regulation and published by the department as a notice in the Pennsylvania Bulletin;
(1.1) if the vehicle has a gross combination weight rating or gross combination weight of 26,001 pounds or more, whichever is greater, inclusive of a towed unit with a gross vehicle weight rating or gross vehicle weight of more than 10,000 pounds, whichever is greater;
(2) if the vehicle is designed to transport 16 or more passengers, including the driver;
(3) if the vehicle is a school bus; or
(4) if the vehicle is transporting hazardous materials and is required to be placarded in accordance with department regulations.
The term does not include an antique or classic motor vehicle, or an implement of husbandry, or any motor home or recreational trailer operated solely for personal use, or motorized construction equipment, including, but not limited to, motorscrapers, backhoes, motorgraders, compactors, excavators, tractors, trenchers and bulldozers.
“Controlled substance.” Any substance so defined or classified under:
(1) The act of April 14, 1972 (P.L.233, No.64), known as The Controlled Substance, Drug, Device and Cosmetic Act.
(2) Section 102(6) of the Controlled Substance Act (Public Law 91-513, 21 U.S.C. § 802(6)).
(3) Schedules I through V of 21 CFR Part 1308.
(4) Any revisions to paragraphs (2) or (3) which are published by the Department of Transportation as notices in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.
§ 1609.2. Medical certification.
(a) Requirements.–An individual who certifies that the individual operates or expects to operate a commercial motor vehicle in nonexcepted interstate commerce or nonexcepted intrastate commerce shall provide the department with an original or photographic copy of a medical examiner’s certificate prepared by a medical examiner. The medical examiner’s certificate shall be valid for up to two years from the date of the medical examination.
(b) Maintaining certification.–A CDL holder who certifies intent to operate a commercial motor vehicle in nonexcepted interstate commerce or nonexcepted intrastate commerce shall provide the department with an original or copy of a subsequently issued medical examiner’s certificate.
(c) Noncompliance with medical requirements.–
(1) This subsection applies in the following circumstances:
(i) Upon the expiration of a medical certification or a medical variance issued by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration or the department.
(ii) If the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration notifies the department that a medical variance was rescinded.
(2) If this subsection applies, the department shall notify a nonexcepted commercial driver that the driver is no longer in conformance with the medical certification requirements and that the CDL designation will be removed from the driver’s license unless the driver:
(i) submits a current medical certificate or medical variance; or
(ii) changes the self-certification to driving only in excepted interstate commerce or excepted intrastate commerce.
(Jan. 27, 2012, P.L.1, No.1, eff. imd.)