2009 West Virginia Code
§24A-6A-1. Filing of interstate commerce commission authority
CHAPTER 24A. MOTOR CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS AND PROPERTY FOR HIRE
ARTICLE 6A. REGISTRATION OF INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION AUTHORITY AND IDENTIFICATION OF VEHICLES TO BE OPERATED THEREUNDER.
§24A-6A-1 Filing of interstate commerce commission authority required; exception.
No motor carrier shall operate within the borders of this state under authority issued by the interstate commerce commission (hereinafter referred to as I.C.C.) unless and until it shall have filed with this commission a copy of such authority. However, a motor carrier shall only be required to file with this commission that portion of its authority permitting operation within the borders of this state. A motor carrier shall not be required to file with this commission an emergency or temporary operating authority having a duration of thirty consecutive days or less if such carrier has: (a) Registered its other authority and identified its vehicles or driveaway operation under the provisions of this chapter, and (b) furnished to this commission a telegram or other written communication describing such emergency or temporary operating authority and stating that operation thereunder shall be in full accord with the requirements of this chapter. Each motor carrier shall file with the commission its designation of a local agent service of process on the uniform application for registration of interstate operating authority as promulgated by the ICC; except that such form need not be filed if the designation has been filed with the commission pursuant to 49 U.S.C., Section 10330(b).
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