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H. B. No. 82 As IntroducedAs Introduced
|129th General Assembly|
Representatives Grossman, Boose
Representatives Adams, J., Murray, Wachtmann, Burke, Gardner, Blessing, Carey, Hayes, Huffman, Beck, Amstutz, Stinziano, Slaby, Ruhl, Kozlowski, Henne, Uecker, Rosenberger, Stebelton, Hackett, Buchy, Young, Balderson, Martin, Brenner, Gonzales
To enact sections 4923.50, 4923.51, and 4923.52 of
the Revised Code to prescribe the applicability of
federal regulations adopted by the Public
Utilities Commission of Ohio to certain motor
BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF OHIO:
Section 1. That sections 4923.50, 4923.51, and 4923.52 of the
Revised Code be enacted to read as follows:
Sec. 4923.50. As used in sections 4923.51 and 4923.52 of the
(A) "Gross weight" means gross vehicle weight, gross vehicle
weight rating, gross combination weight, or gross combination
(B) "Hazardous materials regulations" means 49 C.F.R. 107,
subparts F and G only, 171 to 173, 177, 178, and 180.
(C) "Motor vehicle" has the same meaning as in section
4923.02 of the Revised Code.
(D) "Private motor carrier" has the same meaning as in
section 4923.02 of the Revised Code, except that it includes both
those operating on a for-hire basis, and those operating on a
Sec. 4923.51. (A) A motor vehicle to which all of the
following apply is exempt from any provision of the Code of
Federal Regulations adopted or enforced by the public utilities
commission under this chapter:
(1) The vehicle is operated within this state in intrastate
(2) The vehicle is operated by a private motor carrier.
(3) The gross weight of the vehicle does not exceed
twenty-six thousand and one pounds.
(4) The vehicle is not designed or used to transport sixteen
or more people, including the driver.
(5) The vehicle does not transport any type or amount of
hazardous material, as described in 49 C.F.R. 172, as amended.
(B) A motor vehicle to which divisions (A)(1) to (4) of this
section apply and that transports hazardous material not requiring
a placard under 49 C.F.R. 172, subpart F, as amended, is exempt
from compliance with any provision of the Code of Federal
Regulations adopted or enforced by the commission under this
chapter, except for the hazardous materials regulations.
Sec. 4923.52. The exemptions in section 4923.51 of the
Revised Code, including the exception under division (B) of that
section, apply to any person or entity that owns, operates, or
takes any other action in connection with a motor vehicle
described in section 4923.51 of the Revised Code.