H.R.4261 - Safe and Competitive Trucking Act of 1990101st Congress (1989-1990)
|Sponsor:||Rep. Hastert, J. Dennis [R-IL-14] (Introduced 03/14/1990)|
|Committees:||House - Public Works and Transportation; Judiciary|
|Latest Action:||House - 11/03/1990 See H.R.3386 (Section 15). (All Actions)|
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Summary: H.R.4261 — 101st Congress (1989-1990)All Information (Except Text)
Introduced in House (03/14/1990)
Safe and Competitive Trucking Act of 1990 - Amends Federal law to prohibit States from regulating any of the following: (1) intrastate market entry, rates, contracts, or services of any interstate private or for-hire motor carrier or interstate broker which provides intrastate transportation of property; or (2) the leasing, rental, or other sourcing of commercial drivers and motor vehicles by interstate motor carriers of property operating in intrastate commerce.
Prohibits States from requiring interstate private or for-hire motor carriers or interstate brokers of property to prove the lawfulness of interstate transportation activities performed under this Act or regulations issued by the Interstate Commerce Commission. Prohibits States from requiring such carrier or broker to: (1) file and maintain any certificate or permit issued by the Commission; (2) register motor vehicles operated under a certificate or permit issued by such Commission; (3) display on any vehicle a decal, stamp, cab card, or other identification evidencing the lawfulness of such transportation activity; or (4) pay a fee or tax with respect to such activities.
Requires the Secretary of Transportation to study the extent to which commercial motor vehicles and drivers continue to operate without taking corrective action after being placed out of service. Requires the Secretary to implement procedures with respect to the enforcement actions and penalties for any such violations which pose an imminent hazard to safety.
Authorizes States to assess a tax or fee on motor carriers operating vehicles registered in another State only if: (1) the tax or fee is apportioned based on miles driven in the State or on some other equitable measure of such carrier's or vehicle's contact with such State; (2) the tax or fee does not discriminate against interstate commerce; (3) the tax or fee is related to the services provided to the carrier or vehicle; and (4) the activity with respect to which the tax or fee is being assessed has a substantial nexus with the State.
Authorizes a State to require an interstate motor carrier to register vehicles the carrier intends to operate within the State and collect a registration tax or fee.
Authorizes States to require interstate motor carriers to report the fuel used by its vehicles within such State and to pay a related tax or fee. Prohibits any State from requiring registration or fuel use reports or imposing related taxes or fees on or after December 31, 1996, unless it is a member of the International Registration Plan or the International Fuel Tax Agreement.
Prohibits a State or local government from assessing a tax or fee on a motor carrier if the carrier's only business activity within the State is: (1) the delivery or pickup of property; (2) the use of streets or roads; (3) the solicitation, sale, or advertising of transportation services by a motor carrier not domiciled in such State; or (4) to transport fully or partially loaded or empty vehicles through the State.
Declares that no part of the compensation paid by an interstate motor carrier to an employee who performs his or her duties on a motor vehicle in more than one State shall be subject to the income tax of any State other than the State in which such employee resides and earns more than 50 percent of his or her income from the carrier.
Prohibits a State, under specified conditions, from imposing a net worth tax on property used in interstate commerce.