Motor Vehicle Declared Out of Service - Motor Carrier's Disposition of Form MCS 63

Motor Carrier's Disposition of Form MCS 63

(1) Motor carriers shall carefully examine Forms MCS 63 and all violations or mechanical defects noted thereon shall be corrected. To the extent drivers are shown not to be in compliance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, appropriate corrective action shall be taken by the motor carrier.

(2) Motor carriers shall complete the "Motor Carrier Certification of Action Taken" on form MCS 63 in accordance with the terms prescribed thereon. Motor carriers shall return forms MCS 63 to the address indicated upon Form MCS 63 within fifteen (15) days following the date of the vehicle inspection.


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