1. ENSURE MOTOR CARRIER/VEHICLES AREAPPROVED
Verify company/vehicles are approved for
Federal Motor Carrier Safety
WHAT TO DO WHEN ENCOUNTERING A MEXICODOMICILED PILOT PROGRAM MOTOR CARRIER
LAW ENFORCEMENT ADVISORY
Only carriers/vehicles found on thewebsite lists are approved to operate inthe pilot program.
Carriers/vehicles not on the list andoperating beyond the commercial zone(CZ) are in violation pilot programrequirements.2. CONFIRM AUTHORITY: Approved carriers mayNOT:
Engage in Cabotage: Point-to-point transportation of freight wholly within theU.S. is strictly prohibited. Carriers mayonly transport international freight.Transportation of international freight topoints within the U.S. is not cabotage andis approved.
Transport HazMat requiring placarding asper 49 CFR Subpart F, Part 172.500; non-placardable HazMat is allowed.
Transport oversized/overweight goods,longer combination vehicles (LCVs), orindustrial cranes, or engage in vehicletowing or rescue, packaging and courierservices or the transportation of passengers.3. DRIVERS AND CDL
Drivers must be approved. The leadMCSAP agency in your state may assist you to verify if a driver is approved forparticipation.
Drivers must have a Mexican LicenciaFederal de Conductor (LF) or U.S. CDL.The LF should be verified via NLETSquery.
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