Subsection (a) (5). Pub. L. 110-432, § 701 (d) (1) (C), added to paragraph 5 and deleted the previous paragraph (5). Prior to the amendment, the text read as follows: "The term `driver` includes all air carriers that are excluded from this Part in Chapter I of Chapter 135 or from the waivers of the former Interstate Commerce Commission under that title." Register on the national registration system, UCR with www.ucr.gov. This is a new paperless online registration system and no longer the Indiana system. We recommend that you use Chrome, Firefox or Edge when accessing this site. If you are using Internet Explorer, several errors may occur. As explained above, the UCR Plan Board of Directors, its current chair, Elizabeth Leaman, presented a commentary providing more recent financial data, as several months have passed since the first recommendation of the Board was presented in February and revenues have exceeded previous estimates.
This opinion also requested approval of increased remuneration for administrative costs, beyond what was initially requested in the recommendation of 25 February 2019 for 2020 and 2021. The net effect was a slight reduction in the recommended rates for 2020, as shown in the following table: on December 13, 2018, the UCR Board of Directors voted unanimously in favor of the FMCSA`s recommendation to reduce the fees collected by the UCR plan for the 2020 and subsequent registration years. The recommendation was presented to the FMCSA on February 25, 2019.  The requested adjustments are 49 U.S.C. 14504a, given that the 2018 registration year was expected, that the total revenue generated would exceed the total amount of revenue distributed to the 41 participating States, i.e. US$108 million, plus the US$5 million set for "administrative costs related to the single carrier registration plan and agreement" (49 U.S.C 14504a (d)) (7) (A) (i)). The maximum revenue fees for each of the 41 participating states, in accordance with 49 U.S.C. 14504a (g) were mentioned in a table attached to the recommendation of February 25, 2019. Subsection (a) 1 B.L. 110-244, § 301 (m) replaces "determination of the size of a driver or the fleet of a private driver in the calculation of the fee to be paid by a driver or a private carrier in accordance with subsection (f) (1), the driver or the private carrier" with "a road driver who is required to make a declaration or impose a fee on a State in respect of the authority or insurance of the vehicle carrier in (d) in service within the holding inside the motor vehicle`, that State, the power carrier`. No changes to government revenue entitlements have been recommended and the number of fees for 2020 and 2021 for the 41 participating States is the same as that allowed for the years 2010 to 2019. Therefore, the UCR plan for the 2020 registration years and, subsequently, recommends the approval of an overall revenue target of 111,770,060 USD.
For pricing purposes, a commercial vehicle is defined as an autonomous vehicle: used on highways commercially, primarily for the transportation of passengers or freight, if the vehicle: FMCSA has analyzed this rule for the purposes of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.) and found that this measure has been categorically analyzed and documented in an environmental assessment or printed page 8198 Statement of compliance under FMCSA Order 5610.1, 69 FR 9680 (1 March 2004), Appendix 2, paragraph 6. .