Compilation of Rules and Regulations of the State of Georgia
Department 672 - STATE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION.
Chapter 672-10 - TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
Rule 672-10-.05 - Special Conditions Applying to Certain Movement

Universal Citation: GA Rules and Regs r 672-10-.05

RULE 672-10-.05. Special Conditions Applying to Certain Movement

In addition to the conditions set forth in Rule 672-10-.04,"Conditions Applying to All Permits", above, the following special conditions shall apply to the movements of the vehicles or loads specified below:

(a) Prior notification shall be required for all loads that must have a permit in accordance with Rule 672-10-.02 except loads of PCB being transported in a totally enclosed manner as defined in 40 CFR 761.20 of the United States Code of Federal Regulations. Prior notification shall consist of the driver calling the Department at the number shown on the permit upon beginning any movement within the State, or upon entering the State with any such vehicle or load, and supplying the following information:

1. Company name;

2. Permit number;

3. Load type and amount;

4. Origin of move--time and place with regard to Georgia;

5. Destination of move--time and place with regard to Georgia;

6. Route of travel preferred.

Upon furnishing the information, the driver will be given approval of his route request, or a different route if necessary, and a Georgia DOT Authorization Code, which shall authorize the driver to begin his movement. Upon completion of a movement within the State, or upon leaving the State with any such vehicle or load, the driver shall again call the Department, give his authorization code, and inform the Department that his movement has been completed. If at any time an incident, accident, or breakdown occurs the driver shall immediately call the Department, give his authorization code, and supply all facts concerning the time, location, and nature of the occurrence.

(b) Movers of quantities of hazardous materials which are not required to secure a permit by Rule 672-10-.02(1), and movers of quantities of hazardous materials which are required to have a permit but are not required by the permit to give prior notification, shall, on an annual basis, submit a written report to the Georgia Department of Transportation specifying for the previous twelve month period the actual number of trips made and the types and quantities of hazardous materials transported per trip. The annual report shall be submitted no later than 30 days following the expiration of an annual letter of intent to transport hazardous materials or the expiration of an annual permit.

(c) Any shipper or carrier of hazardous materials shall make his records concerning such shipments available to the Department for inspection upon request.

§ 32-6-224 O.C.G.A. (Ga. L. 1979. pp. 789, 794); §32-2-2(b)O.C.G.A. (Ga. L. 1973, pp. 947, 982); §50-13-4 O.C.G.A.

(Original Rule entitled "Special Conditions Applying to Certain Movements" was filed on September 20, 1979: effective October 10, 1979. Amended: Rule repealed and a new Rule of the same title adopted. Filed December 15, 1983; effective January 4, 1984.)
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