The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) last month released two balancing documents for leasing and replacing passenger cars. These publications focused on the final rule which was published on 27 May 2015 in the federal register entitled « Leasing and replacement of vehicles; Passenger engine carriers. As already noted, the rule reduces the scope of leasing and replacement requirements for passenger drivers. In addition, passenger carriers and cmV journeys, which remain subject to the rule, are subject to reduced leasing and connecting requirements compared to those of the 2015 definitive regime. At the same time, the FMCSA considers that the rental and exchange requirements of the rule still allow security guards and the public to sufficiently identify the passenger carrier responsible for safety, given that each authorized rental carrier must perform the carriage in its own name, under its own authority, with its own vehicles, rented or borrowed. and is therefore responsible for compliance with the FMCSR. Therefore, the FMCSA believes that the rule will result in cost savings, but will not result in a change in safety benefits. (iv) The lease or lease agreement, as concluded by the lessor and the driver or lessor or lessee, is carried on the leased CVMP or the service lease for the duration of the lease or lease agreement. Information that should be included in all leasing documents can be found in the Real Property Rental Rules at 49 CFR Part 376 and in the Passenger Rental Rules in Subsection G of this Part. Carrier A is exempt from the operating license requirement after 49 U.S.S.C.
13506 — for example because of the hotel`s exemption in Section 13506(a)(3) — but it does not have the capacity to accommodate a group it originally wanted to carry. In this case, company A charges authorized company B to provide all or part of the transport of chartered passengers of the group. This Agreement is documented by a charter contract between Carriers A and B. Carrier A pays carrier B for the transportation service, but is not a lessee of carrier B`s vehicle. Therefore, this agreement is not a lease. Carrier B does not claim the exemption provided for in Article 13506 (a) (3), but carries out the transport in its own name, under its own responsibility, with its own vehicles and is therefore responsible for compliance with the FMCSR. . . .