Federal Motor Carrier Regulations And Auxiliary Services

Original Language Title: Reglamento de Autotransporte Federal y Servicios Auxiliares

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REGULATION ON FEDERAL TRANSPORT AND ANCILLARY SERVICES

FEDERAL SELF-TRANSPORTATION AND ANCILLARY SERVICES REGULATION

Published in the DOF on November 22, 1994

Latest Reform Published DOF November 28, 2000

On the sidelines a seal with the National Shield, which reads: United Mexican States.-Presidency of the Republic.

CARLOS SALINAS DE GORTARI, Constitutional President of the United Mexican States, exercising the power conferred on me by part I of Article 89 of the Constitution Policy of the United Mexican States and based on Article 36 fractions I and IX of the Organic Law of the Federal Public Administration, 8. Fractions I, III and IX, 9o, 33, 34, 36, 41 to 43, 46 to 50, 55, 62, 68, 79 and 80 of the Law of Roads, Bridges and Federal Transportation, I have had to issue the following

FEDERAL AUTOTRANSPORT AND ANCILLARY SERVICES REGULATION

FIRST CHAPTER

GENERAL PROVISIONS

ARTICLE 1o.- This order has the purpose of regulating the services of federal transportation of passengers, tourism, cargo and auxiliary services, and it is the responsibility of the Secretariat, for administrative purposes, the application and interpretation of it.

ARTICLE 2o.- For the purposes of this regulation you will understand:

I. Landlord: The moral person who with registration of the Secretariat leases motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers that have plates and cards of service of federal self-transportation, or cars for use particular;

II. Tenant: The person who, with permission to provide the federal passenger, tourism or cargo self-transport service, hire vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers for the exclusive use of these purposes, as well as private transport; or, the person who leases cars for particular use;

III. Consignee or consignee: Person receiving goods transported by federal transport;

IV. Shipper or Sender: Person who in his or her own name, contracts the federal freight forwarding service;

V. Law: Roads, Bridges and Federal Transportation Law;

VI. Norma: Official Mexican Standard that issues the competent dependency, subject to the provisions of the Federal Law on Metrology and Standardisation;

VII. Permissionary: Person authorized by the Secretariat of Communications and Transportation to provide federal self-transportation service or to operate or operate services auxiliary;

VIII. Route: Authorized path between two points, which is configured within paths of federal jurisdiction or federal and local jurisdiction;

IX. Secretariat: Secretariat for Communications and Transport, and

X. Verification Unit: Permissioner accredited by the Secretariat of Commerce and Industrial Development to carry out verification acts.

ARTICLE 3o.- The operation and operation of the federal passenger, tourism and cargo self-transportation services and the ancillary services that complement them shall be subject to the provisions of the Law, international treaties, this regulation and the rules issued by the Secretariat.

ARTICLE 4.- The vehicles for the federal self-transportation service will be equipped with metallic identification plates, decals and circulation cards, which must be be subject to the relevant issue, replacement, revalidation and modification procedure.

The federal public service plates shall have the validity of the corresponding rule, at which the exchange of the same shall be carried out, in accordance with the notice that the The Secretariat is published in the Official Journal of the Federation.

ARTICLE 4A.- Within a period of 15 days, the owner of a registered federal self-transportation service vehicle is required to request the modification of the card of movement to the Secretariat in case of change of modality, name or address of the permit or owner, engine number or vehicle characteristics specified on the card.

For the above, you must submit a written request accompanying the following documents:

I. Current circulation card;

II. Declaration of vehicle characteristics, and

III. Document that avale the requested modification.

The Secretariat, within a maximum period of ten working days, in the event of a simple modification, and 20 working days in the event of a change of modality, shall provide the applicant with the corresponds. The time limits shall begin to run from the time the application is duly requested.

ARTICLE 4B.- Vehicles transiting federal highways with the exclusive object of being moved from one place to another within the national territory must be provided with transfer plates intended for identification, issued by the Secretariat.

For this purpose, interested parties must submit a written request to the Secretariat indicating the number of plates required, and the following must be added. documentation:

I. Civil liability insurance policy;

II. Bail, and

III. In the case of a transfer company, a letter of support or a service contract.

ARTICLE 5o.- Vehicles intended for federal transportation and private transportation must be clear and legible on their exterior, the name and address of the permissioner in accordance with the respective standard.

ARTICLE 6o.- The following services will be issued by the Secretariat:

I. Operation and operation of the federal passenger, tourism and freight transport;

II. Physical-mechanical verification units;

III. Drag, drag and rescue and vehicle storage;

IV. Construction, operation and operation of passenger and freight terminals, and

V. Private transport of people and freight.

State or municipal self-carriers will also be required to transit through federal jurisdiction.

ARTICLE 7o.- The permissions for the federal passenger self-transportation service will be granted to anyone who complies with the following:

I. Submit a request in the format that the Secretariat issues for that purpose;

II. Submit the document that protects the registration in the Federal Taxpayer Registry and, if applicable, modification;

III. Present birth certificate, booklet, certificate of nationality, naturalization letter or passport, in case the applicant is a natural person;

IV. (REPEALED)

V. Credit with power granted to public fedatary, the legal representation of the promote;

VI. (REPEALED)

VII. Accredit the ownership or legal possession of the vehicle with invoice, invoice letter, lease agreement or National Vehicle Registry document;

VIII. Submit liability insurance policy for damages to third parties or existing guarantee fund;

IX. The traveler's insurance policy or, if applicable, the constancy of the guarantee fund in the terms of the respective regulation;

X. Declaration of vehicle characteristics;

XI. Minimum Horarios;

XII. Accredit that you have terminals at the source and destination points of the requested route. In case of a permit to operate terminals, it is sufficient to indicate the identification data of the terminal;

XIII. Description of the requested route in which the sections or branches that connect or form part of the route must be considered, and

XIV. Submit the certificate of low emission of pollutants.

Dealing with moral persons, must also be presented, the constitutive writing in whose social object the provision of the self-transport service is the main activity federal or auxiliary service requested.

For the land transportation service of or to seaports and airports, the interested parties shall submit the documentation provided for in the fractions I to X, XIV and the paragraph This Article shall be deleted.

ARTICLE 8o.- In obtaining permits to provide the service of federal self-transportation of tourism, the interested parties must present the documentation provided for in the fractions l a X, XIV and penultimate paragraph of the previous article.

In the case of permits for the international tourism self-transport service, they must prove the requirements stated in the fractions I, V to X, XIV and penultimate paragraph of the previous article. They must also prove that they are authorised in the country of origin for the provision of such services.

In the case of the mode of driver-guide, it must be presented, in addition to what is stated in the preceding paragraphs, as appropriate, a valid general tourist guide card.

ARTICLE 9o.- In obtaining permission for the provision of the federal freight forwarding service, applicants must certify the requirements set out in the fractions I to VIII, X, XIV and penultimate paragraph of Article 7o.

For the provision of the self-transport service of specialized cargo of materials, residues, remnants and hazardous wastes, it must be presented, in addition to the stated in the present Article, the list of products to be transported and the documentation that specifies the material with which the autotanks were constructed, as established in the Mexican official norms, as well as insurance policy for environmental damage.

ARTICLE 10.- Trying to obtain permits to operate the private transport of persons and cargo, in addition to the requirements set out in fractions I to X, XIV and penultimate paragraph of Article 7o., must present a movement card and metal identification plates of the vehicle issued by the appropriate local authority.

In case of the provision of private transport services for hazardous materials and waste, the second paragraph of the article should also be presented in the second paragraph. previous.

ARTICLE 10A.- To obtain the permit for the construction, operation and operation of passenger and cargo terminals, the interested parties, in addition to the documentation indicated in Fractions I, III and V, and penultimate paragraph, if applicable, of Article 7o. shall provide the following documents:

I. The sketch that indicates the location and surface of the terrain where the terminal is intended to be constructed and operated, in which the dimensions of the terrain, surface, colindances and orientation are pointed out;

II. The certified copy of the document certifying the legal possession of the building in which terminals are intended to be constructed, operated and operated;

III. The permit or authorization for land use of the predium where the terminal is intended to be constructed, issued by competent authority;

IV. The architectural project of the terminal that is intended to be constructed, containing the list of the areas that will conform the facilities, description of the equipment, signaling and services for the operation of the terminal; and

V. (REPEALED)

VI. The internal terminal operating rule, which is made by the requester.

In order to obtain the permits referred to in this article, the interested parties must submit their application at the SCT Center in which their domicile is located and will be granted by the Secretariat to through the competent central unit.

In cases where the establishment of a terminal is requested in populations where central terminal operations exist, the Secretariat, in resolving the granting of the permit, take into account the urban development programmes of the locality; the history of terminal relocations which have been carried out as a result of these programmes; the distance between the proposed terminal and the existing terminal, as well as the The market segments to be met and the facilities of the population access and means of transport for users.

ARTICLE 11.- Persons interested in obtaining permits to provide drag and drag and salvage services shall meet the requirements determined in fractions I to VIII, X, XIV and penultimate paragraph of Article 7o.

Additionally, for the drag and save service, you must present sketches of the requested path.

ARTICLE 12.-In obtaining permits to operate a vehicle depot, it must be accredited, in addition to the provisions of the fractions I to V and, where applicable, the penultimate paragraph of Article 7o, the following:

I. The property or legal possession for a minimum term of five years, of a land with a minimum surface area of 5,000 m2 which shall, where appropriate, be closed and conditioned with electrical installation, telephone or some other means of communication, compacted floor, extinguishers and kneecap for identification, and

II. Insurance policy for general civil liability or existing guarantee fund, and

III. Permit or authorisation of use of land issued by competent authority.

ARTICLE 12A.- When drag and/or rescue services are carried out on vehicles carrying goods, unloading, collecting, transshipment, moving, and storage of the same, must be preferentially performed by the user.

When the circumstances of the case and the authority concerned provide it, the loading, collection and transhipment of the load may be carried out by the permit, according to the cost that suits the user and in the absence of them, they will be adjusted to the price that is normally operated at the time of the service.

ARTICLE 13.- The changes in writing to the name, social object and address, as well as integration of the administrative organ, must be register with the Secretariat within the next 15 working days of such modification.

ARTICLE 14.- The private drag of vehicles shall be authorized to persons who require towing their own vehicles, subject to compliance with the provisions of Article 10.

ARTICLE 15.- The permits referred to in this Chapter shall be granted by the SCT Center in which the domicile of the applicant or the central administrative unit is located within a period not exceeding 30 calendar days, counted from the date on which the duly requested application was submitted. If the time limit has not been issued, the resolution shall be deemed to have been determined in the affirmative.

ARTICLE 16.- The procedure for granting permits to operate physical-mechanical verification units will be subject to the provisions of article 56 of the Law, in which refers to the public tender procedure.

ARTICLE 17.-Permissions will contain, depending on the nature of the service, the following:

I. Motivation and legal basis;

II. Name and address of the permit;

III. Federal taxpayer registry;

IV. Class and mode of service;

V. Rights and obligations of permissioners;

VI. Route, dealing with the federal passenger self-transportation service;

VII. The number and type of units you love;

VIII. General operation characteristics and conditions;

IX. Vigency, and

X. Revocation and termination causes.

XI. Authorised tranche, in the case of the trawl and rescue service.

ARTICLE 17A.- In the event that the holder of a federal self-transportation permit wants to discharge additional vehicles to which he or she loves the permit, he/she must present the documents provided for in sections VI, VII, VIII, X and XIV of Article 7o., in addition to the following for each mode:

I. With regard to the high level of additional vehicles in federal passenger transport permits, as provided for in Article 7o (IX, XI, XII and XIII), and

II. In case of a high of additional vehicles in federal self-transportation permits for tourism and private persons and cargo, as provided for in section IX of article 7o.

CHAPTER SECOND

PASSENGER AUTOTRANSPORT

ARTICLE 18.- Attended to the form of operation and the type of vehicles whose characteristics and technical specifications will be determined in the corresponding standard, the Federal passenger transport is classified in the following services:

I. Luxury;

II. Executive;

III. First;

IV. Economic;

V. Mixed, and

VI. Land transportation of passengers to and from seaports and airports.

ARTICLE 19.- Luxury and executive services will operate on direct travel from origin to destination and must be provided by bus integral to the last model manufactured in the year in which enter the service, with limit in operation of ten years, counted from the obtaining of the permit.

The characteristics and technical specifications of the buses shall be established in the respective standard and must be equipped with reclining, sanitary, air conditioning, Ambient sound, curtains, television, video cassette and cafeteria service.

ARTICLE 20.- The first service will operate on direct travel from origin to destination, and must be provided by a comprehensive bus up to ten years old at the time of entry. service with a limit in operation of fifteen years counted from the year of its manufacture, equipped with reclining, sanitary and air conditioning seats.

ARTICLE 21.- The economic service will operate with intermediate stops between the origin and destination, with a comprehensive or conventional bus, with a maximum age of twelve years enter the service and limit in operation of fifteen years from the year of its manufacture.

ARTICLE 22.- The mixed service shall be provided for the carriage of passengers and cargo in the same vehicle, the interior of which is divided into two parts, one for persons and their luggage and other for the goods. This service will have the same operating conditions and characteristics of the vehicles determined for the economic.

ARTICLE 23.- Federal passenger self-transportation services will be provided regularly, uniformity, continuity and subject to schedule, which must be recorded. to the Secretariat, and shall be kept in application for at least two months after registration, and shall be in the public eye.

Schedules will be strictly enforced, even if there is not enough passage for them, except fortuitous or force majeure.

In cases where it is intended to suspend or cancel the service on a route or stretch thereof, the self-carriers will be obliged to give notice to the Secretariat and the public user, at least 30 working days in advance, as well as to deal with the corresponding casualties.

ARTICLE 24.- The operation of the services will require terminals for the ascent or descent of travelers in the populations where they start or finish their journey. Considering the service classes and the characteristics of the populations, the Secretariat shall issue the standard on specifications to be collected by the terminals.

ARTICLE 25.- The Secretariat will issue permission to state or municipal self-carriers, when required, to transit on roads of conditional federal jurisdiction. to what:

I. The route or tour authorized by the local authorities is completed;

II. The length of the federal stretch to be used does not exceed 30 km., in which the passage and descent of the passage cannot be carried out;

III. Have the appropriate authority of the federal entity to provide the self-transportation service on state or municipal roads;

IV. The technical characteristics and specifications of the vehicles comply with the requirements for the operation of the federal self-transportation service, and

V. Acrediten that they have liability insurance policy for damages to third parties and in the case of passengers, with the traveler's insurance policy.

State or municipal self-carriers will be able to enroll or combine their services with federal carriers, provided that vehicles and facilities for promotion and descent of passengers have equivalent characteristics and specifications.

ARTICLE 26.- The Secretariat will conclude agreements with the federative entities in order to delimit the surrounding areas and establish the general bases that regulate the transit of the vehicles that provide state or municipal self-transportation services and use stretches of roads or bridges of federal jurisdiction located in conurbated areas to population centers. By means of these conventions the services shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the local authorities in respect of their operation, security and transit.

ARTICLE 27.- Self-carriers may conclude agreements with each other for the provision of services of the same kind and to enrol their vehicles on the route they have authorized. Agreements and enrollments must be made known to the Secretariat.

ARTICLE 28.- On issuing the permit for the provision of the land transportation service to or to seaports and airports, the Secretariat will seek the opinion of the person in charge of the administration of the seaport or airport concerned, in the terms indicated by the Law.

The issuance of permits for this modality will proceed for a comprehensive bus, vagonette and sedan, of the last model manufactured in the year in which it enters the operation of the service, with a limit in operation of five years, counted from the obtaining of the permit, equipped with air conditioning and ambient sound. Additionally, the bus must have sanitary facilities.

Such permits shall authorize the free movement of vehicles on all roads of federal jurisdiction, provided that the maritime port is either a point of origin or destination. appropriate airport.

ARTICLE 29.- Users of the federal passenger self-transport service will have the following rights:

I. Receive the service that protects the ticket in terms and conditions that correspond to the service class;

II. Keep in its possession the packages which, due to their volume and nature, can be carried on board without causing inconvenience to passengers or putting safety at risk;

III. To be admitted to the same vehicle, for luggage and free of transport for each ticket a maximum of 25 kilograms;

IV. Receive the voucher that protects your luggage;

V. Receive a refund of the amount of your ticket for a delay greater than two hours at the origin of the tour, and

VI. Do not apply any adjustments to tickets previously purchased for a tariff increase.

THIRD CHAPTER

TOURISM SELF-TRANSPORT

ARTICLE 30.- Attended to the form of operation and type of vehicle whose characteristics and technical specifications are determined in the corresponding standard, the self-transport Federal national tourism is classified into the following services:

I. Luxury tourism;

II. Tourist;

III. Excursion, and

IV. Drivers-guide.

These services will be provided without specific schedules or routes.

ARTICLE 31.- The tourist and luxury tourist services will be associated at least one of the complementary services related to lodging, feeding, visits guided and other concepts that are part of a package made up of tour operators.

ARTICLE 32.- The luxury tourist service will be provided by a comprehensive bus, of the last model manufactured in the year in which it enters the service, with a limit in operation of ten years, counted from the obtaining of the permit, equipped with reclining seats, sanitary, air conditioning, sound equipment, curtains, television and videocasetera.

ARTICLE 33.- The tourist service will operate with a comprehensive bus of up to eight years old, at the moment it enters the service, with limit in operation of twelve years counted from the year of its manufacture, equipped with sanitary and air conditioning.

ARTICLE 34.- The excursion service will be provided for the exclusive use of a group of people for leisure, study, sports, or for conventions and businesses, subject to itinerary and schedules determined by the contractors.

This service may be operated with a comprehensive or conventional bus, up to eight years old at the time it enters the service, with a limit in operation of twelve years, counted to from the year of its manufacture.

ARTICLE 35.- The permission to operate the chauffeur-guide service, authorizes its holder to move tourists on all paths of federal jurisdiction, in sedan-type vehicles or vagonette, of the last model manufactured in the year in which it enters the operation of the service, with limit in operation of five years, counted from the obtaining of the permit, with maximum capacity of nine seats, air conditioning and sound environmental.

ARTICLE 36.-The permits for the modes of tourist luxury, tourist and drivers, authorize their holders for the ascent and descent of tourists in ports maritime, airports and passenger terminals on previously contracted services.

ARTICLE 37.- The international tourism self-transport service has as its object the transportation of passengers for recreational, cultural, and federal jurisdiction. of leisure, towards centres or areas of tourist and business interest in a foreign-registered bus.

ARTICLE 38.- International tourism self-transport permits do not authorize the provision of cabotage, parcel, courier or mail services within the territory national and its holders shall be subject to customs, migration, health and police provisions.

CHAPTER FOURTH

LOAD AUTOTRANSPORT

ARTICLE 39.- Attended to the type of goods and vehicles, the characteristics and technical specifications of which are determined in the corresponding standard, the service of Federal freight self-transportation is classified into:

I. General load, and

II. Specialized load.

ARTICLE 40.-The general cargo service consists of the transfer of all types of goods along the paths of federal jurisdiction, provided that the characteristics and specifications of the vehicles.

ARTICLE 41.- The specialized cargo service comprises the transportation of materials, waste, remnants and hazardous wastes, bulky or heavy objects, funds, and values, industrial cranes and cars without rolling in a gondola-type vehicle. In the case of bulky or heavy objects determined in the relevant standard, special travel permission shall be required to be granted by the Secretariat.

CHAPTER QUINTO

AUXILIARY SERVICES

FIRST SECTION

PASSAGE TERMINALS

ARTICLE 42.- Federal passenger self-transportation terminals may be constructed, operated and operated by:

I. The Permissionaries of Federal Passenger Self-Transportation;

II. Individuals, and

III. State and municipal governments.

Terminals may be individual or central as used by one or more of the federal passenger self-transportation service (s) operating on them.

The permissionaries of the federal passenger self-transportation service will be able to hire or agree freely with any of the terminal permissionaries referred to in this article. Article, the use of the spaces necessary to provide its services.

ARTICLE 42A.- The permit for the construction, operation and operation of terminals, in addition to the provisions of Article 17, fractions I to III, V and VIII to X, shall contain the following:

I. The exact identification of the place where the terminal will be built, operated, or operated;

II. The delimitation of the surface, and

III. The facilities, equipment, signage, and minimum services to which the terminal must operate.

ARTICLE 42B.- The terminals must have at least the following facilities and equipment:

I. Tickets for ticket sales;

II. Health services with appropriate facilities for terminal users to make use of them at no cost. In addition, these services may be provided at a price, at other facilities within the terminal;

III. Equipment and fire systems installed in easily accessible places;

IV. Communication equipment required for the announcement of arrival and departure of buses and location of persons;

V. Signals needed for easy localization of services by users;

VI. Suitable installations and lighting for night work;

VII. Andenes to carry out the manoeuvres of ascent, descent and movement of pedestrians or passengers;

VIII. Parking drawers for the departure and arrival of federal passenger cars;

IX. Maneuvering yard intended exclusively for the handling of vehicles;

X. Wait rooms in accordance with the capacity and use of the terminal;

XI. Facilities for people with disabilities, such as:

a) Access ramps to the different services that the terminal provides;

b) Reserved seats;

c) Healthcare specially conditioned, and

d) Phone booths at the appropriate height;

XII. Areas intended for passenger departures and arrivals;

XIII. Exclusive area for the delivery and receipt of baggage, and

XIV. Dealing with central terminals, suitable spaces for drivers to be given medical examinations.

ARTICLE 42C.- The Secretariat shall authorize the start of the terminal operations, within a maximum of twenty-two working days, once the permit is submitted by the in which I pointed out that the work was completed.

The Secretariat, upon receipt of the request and within the time limit referred to in the preceding paragraph, shall carry out a verification visit in order to verify that the terminal has the facilities and equipment described in the corresponding permit and, in the case of central terminals, that has assigned the areas for the operation of the federal self-transportation companies.

ARTICLE 42D.- Permissionaries must prohibit access to any terminal facility, as well as boarding to federal passenger self-transportation vehicles, to people who:

I. They are in a state of drink or under the influence of drugs or drugs unless they have, in the latter case, medical prescription, and

II. Porten weapons without the respective permission, explosives, hazardous substances or, in general, any other element that constitutes a risk to the users.

ARTICLE 42E.-The internal terminal operating rules must regulate at least the following:

I. Delivery and receipt of baggage;

II. Use of platforms and drawers, and

III. Use of the maneuvering yard.

ARTICLE 42F.- Permissioners may lease the areas necessary for the operation and operation of the federal passenger self-transportation service, as well as to install commercial services in the areas intended for this purpose in the respective permit.

ARTICLE 43.- The Permissionaries of the Federal Passenger Self-Transportation, prior notice to the Secretariat, may establish passing stations in the places required by agreement with the needs of the users. This will be understood as a passing station, located at intermediate points of a route, and is not of origin or destination of the route itself.

SECOND SECTION

VEHICLE DRAG

ARTICLE 44.- The trawl service consists in carrying out the necessary and indispensable manoeuvres to engage the crane vehicles which, being on their own wheels, must be moved by roads and bridges of federal jurisdiction.

The permission granted by the Secretariat for this service shall be valid for all roads and bridges of federal jurisdiction and shall in no case authorize the permit to cover the salvage service.

ARTICLE 44A.-In the drag service where it is indispensable to use roads and quota bridges for service execution, the payments will be in charge of the permissioner in the with regard to the quotas applicable to the crane, and in those corresponding to the vehicle covered by the service, shall be borne by the owner of the service, with proof of the corresponding vouchers.

When the service can be executed using roads and bridges of federal jurisdiction exempt from quota and the user requires the use of roads and quota bridges, the totality of the corresponding payments both for the crane and for the vehicle covered by the service shall be borne by the user, in accordance with the vouchers issued for that purpose.

In all cases, the vehicles covered by the service must circulate without persons on board.

ARTICLE 44B.- During vehicle drag manoeuvres, the permissioner must establish the necessary preventive signage, by way of flag, either manually or with crane, which must be installed to warn road users about the presence of crashed vehicles, other obstacles or the execution of manoeuvres, either on the asphalt folder or the right of way.

Such flags shall be subject to the provisions of the corresponding Standard.

ARTICLE 44C.- In the event that the emergency care service is required for vehicles carrying hazardous materials and waste, the procedure shall be followed. points to the emergency leaf in transportation.

Also, as soon as a permit receives the request for emergency attention to a vehicle that transports hazardous materials and waste, it must contact the National Emergency System, which provides for the Regulation for the Land Transport of Dangerous Materials and Waste, to request reports on the precautions to be taken until the competent authority arrives.

It will be the obligation of all the permissionaries of the trawl service, to carry the "Information of Emergency in Transportation" in the terms provided for in the said Regulation, for the own vehicles carrying this type of materials and waste.

ARTICLE 44D.-The transfer or transshipment of hazardous materials or waste on roads and bridges of federal jurisdiction that are necessary to carry out the necessary carry-over maneuvers in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation for the Land Transport of Hazardous Materials and Waste.

ARTICLE 44E.-The permissioner will be required to provide the user, copy of the transport document and the inventory of the vehicle that is the object of the service.

The inventory of the vehicle, is the document produced by the appropriate authority, describing the vehicle that will be the object of the service, as well as the material conditions and accessories thereof and, where appropriate, the load and objects contained therein, which must be verified by the crane operator and contain the signature of the crane, together with that of the public servant which has produced it, including its name and position.

ARTICLE 44F.- For the purposes of this Chapter, the transport document shall include at least the following:

I. Name, social reason or name of the permit and its address;

II. Name, social reason, or user name and address;

III. Service type and delivery date;

IV. Place or official number of the kilometre of the road in which the provision of services is initiated;

V. The destination of the carrier delivery;

VI. Service price;

VII. Distance traveled;

VIII. Authority that requested or ordered the service, if applicable, as well as the number of the inventory of the vehicle object of the service that it has developed;

IX. Characteristics of the vehicle that received the service, such as mark, type, model, number plates, capacity, serial number and engine and name, social reason or owner's name;

X. On the back, the clauses to which the contract is subject between the user and the permit must be printed, and

XI. The other requirements that the Trade Code sets for the transport card.

THIRD SECTION

DRIVING AND SAVING VEHICLES

ARTICLE 45.- The drag and rescue service consists in carrying out the mechanical and/or manual maneuvers necessary to rescue and place on the asphalt folder. on the way, in conditions of being able to carry out the manoeuvres of their trawl, to the vehicles of accident, their parts or their load.

For the operation of the trawl and rescue service, the vehicle type shall be counted, for each case, as specified in the respective Standard.

The permissionaries of the trawl and salvage service, will only be able to carry out the service in sections of federal highway, up to 100 Km.

ARTICLE 45A.- The user will be able to choose the drag and rescue permissioner to execute the corresponding maneuvers. In the event that the user is not present or is unable to choose a permit, the Federal Preventive Police must call the driving and rescue permit and the nearest vehicle, in accordance with the registered.

ARTICLE 45B.- During the execution of the salvage maneuvers, the permissioner must establish the manual and/or crane flagships, which are necessary for the security, always observing the following principles:

Manual flag-bearer shall be placed when the crashed vehicles, their parts or the load, are not on the asphalt folder, road links or in the immediate areas. the same, and there are no residues of fuels or substances or objects of any kind that may pose an obstacle or danger to users. Otherwise, the flagbearer shall be carried out with crane.

In any case, the signal must be maintained until the corresponding maneuvers are completed.

ARTICLE 45C.-In those road sections where two or more permits of the trawl and salvage service are authorized, they shall draw up by common agreement, a role of service to regulate your operation.

Permissioners will have at all times the opportunity to establish or modify in common the corresponding service role, guaranteeing at all times the delivery uninterrupted, timely and efficient service. The agreements to be adopted shall be entered in writing, with the concurrence and agreement of all the parties or their legitimate representatives.

The agreements between the permits must be registered with the SCT Center that corresponds to their address. Once the role has been registered, the Federal Preventive Police must be notified of the role, in order to implement it.

ARTICLE 45D.- If at the time the service role is established, the permissionaries fail to reach an agreement, the Secretariat will set an unextendable deadline of ten working days. for the same agreement to establish the role and to submit to its consideration the document that contains it, warning them that in case of not doing so, it will be the Secretariat that will determine the role of the service, and will proceed to notify all authorized permissioners.

ARTICLE 45E.- When carrying out the drag and save, the permissioner shall be obliged to draw up a descriptive memory of the service, which must be signed by the user or, in his defect, by the staff of the Federal Preventive Police who have intervened, and shall contain at least the following:

I. Start time, suspensions, and completion of maneuvers. In case of suspension of manoeuvres point out the reasons, and

II. Description of the maneuvers performed by the permissioner.

ARTICLE 45F.- The permissioner will be required to provide the user with copies of the descriptive memory as well as the inventory of the vehicle.

ARTICLE 45G.- The transport document, in addition to the provisions of Article 44F, shall indicate the duration of the salvage maneuvers.

SECTION FOURTH

OF THE VEHICLE DEPOT

ARTICLE 46.- The vehicle depot service consists of the keeping and safekeeping in premises permitted by the Secretariat, of infracted, abandoned, retained vehicles, accidents or decomposed on roads and bridges of federal jurisdiction and/or, where appropriate, referred by the competent authority.

ARTICLE 46A.- Under no circumstances will the deposit of vehicles carrying materials, waste, remnants and hazardous wastes be allowed. The vehicles carrying them in packaging and packaging, as well as in portable tanks which can be transacted and/or transhipped to other vehicles, are exempted from this provision.

ARTICLE 46B.- Permissioners must receive the vehicle that is the object of the service, according to the inventory formulated by the appropriate authority.

You must also have a control record (manual or electronic) containing the data of the vehicles entering the warehouse, including the place of your detention, cause or reason, the date and time of entry and exit of the same, as well as the authority that released them.

ARTICLE 46C.- If at the time of the delivery of the vehicle the user detects missing or faults that do not consist in the inventory of the vehicle that is the object of the service, it must be stated in the observations section, you must submit your complaint to the SCT Center or the Department of Federal Transportation of the jurisdiction that corresponds, within the next fifteen days, who will quote the parties in a non- greater than 5 working days in order to seek a conciliation; in the event of failure to arrive at the conciliation; it shall issue the appropriate resolution within a maximum of 15 working days from that date.

ARTICLE 46D.- The permissioner will be responsible for any missing part or accessory, whose preexistence is recorded in the respective inventory, as well as the damages caused vehicles for as long as they remain in their custody and, in any case, must be returned or repaired to the satisfaction of the service user.

ARTICLE 46E.- To deliver the vehicle that is the object of the service, the user must obtain the trade of release or delivery that the competent authority of the the corresponding jurisdiction, for which the invoice or invoice of the vehicle must accompany your application; officio of release of the judicial authority and proof of payment of damages, if any, and previous payment that the user makes to the permissioner for the services provided to that vehicle.

In any case, the permissioner must make the delivery of the vehicle under its guard and custody, under the conditions that are in the inventory of the vehicle.

In cases where the stopped vehicles are to be made available to authorities outside the Secretariat, the Secretariat shall be understood to be available to them, so that To proceed with the return and material delivery of the same, those authorities shall communicate their resolution in that regard to the Secretariat, in order for the Secretariat to issue the final release order, once they are satisfied by the user, corresponding requirements.

ARTICLE 47.- The vehicle salvage service shall be subject to the role of common agreement formulated by the authorized permissioners in the same tranche, which shall be approved by the Secretariat.

ARTICLE 48.- The permissioner shall be obliged to conclude the salvage service, to draw up a description of the service, which shall be annexed to the respective transport document.

CHAPTER SIXTH

LEASE

ARTICLE 49.- It is for the Secretariat to register the lessors referred to in Articles 42 and 43 of the Law, without prejudice to the privileges that correspond to other competent authorities.

In order to obtain their registration, the lessor must comply with the requirements laid down in Sections I, II and IV of Article 7o. of this Regulation. Likewise, they must submit, if necessary, a record of registration in the National Registry of Foreign Investments and constitutive act as a commercial company, in accordance with Mexican law, and that in its social object the leasing of trailers and semi-trailers or automobiles for particular use.

ARTICLE 50.- The lessor shall process the issuance of their record to the competent central administrative unit or the SCT Center corresponding to their Social address.

ARTICLE 51.- The record record that is issued, shall be for an indefinite period and any modification to the registered name, object or registered address for obtaining its registration, shall be communicated to the Secretariat within the following ten working days in which such modification occurs, for which only the notarized record shall be annexed where the corresponding change is recorded.

ARTICLE 52.- Motor vehicles, trailers, and semi-trailers intended for the lease must have license plates and service cards federal transport, which must be supplemented by the tenant with the corresponding licence.

ARTICLE 53.- The plates and cards of circulation referred to in the previous circle (sic) shall be granted only for motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers, the Model does not rebase the five years of age from its manufacture.

ARTICLE 54.- For obtaining metal identification plates, the lessor must present the following documentation:

I. Request in accordance with the format established by the Secretariat;

II. Invoice, invoice letter, lease agreement, or updated National Vehicle Registry document;

III. Constancy issued by the authorized shipowning or dealer in respect of the physical-mechanical conditions of the motor vehicle, as well as that which proves that the vehicles comply with the regulations in weight, dimensions and capacity;

IV. A record of low emission of pollutants, issued by the verification centre approved by the Secretariat, and

V. Current policy of civil liability insurance for damages to third parties, and

VI. (REPEALED)

ARTICLE 55.- Dealing with car lessor for particular use that choose to obtain the circulation card and metal identification plates federal service, must present the documentation indicated in the sections I, II and IV of the previous article, as well as current insurance policy with wide coverage.

ARTICLE 56.-The landlord will have the following obligations:

I. To lease motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers, to persons who meet the same requirements as the federal self-transportation service permits;

II. Ensure that the physical delivery of the leased vehicle only proceeds against the display of the permit granted to the tenant by the Secretariat;

III. Do not provide, in any case, the federal passenger, tourism, or cargo self-transportation services;

IV. Deliver on appropriate physical-mechanical conditions, motor vehicles, trailers, semi-trailers and automobiles for particular use subject to lease;

V. Keep the civil liability insurance policy in place for damages to third parties, and

VI. Give notice to the Secretariat when the units have been discharged.

In the case of leasing of cars for private use, the lessor must comply with the obligations laid down in fractions IV and VI. You will also be required to keep the insurance policy in place with broad coverage.

ARTICLE 57.- The leasing company shall submit to the Secretariat, upon request, the corresponding reports for its operation.

ARTICLE 58.- In the event of non-compliance with any of the obligations referred to in this Chapter, the Secretariat shall be subject to the provisions of Article 79 of the Law, cancel the registration and the circulation cards awarded to the lessor and remove the corresponding metal identification plates.

ARTICLE 59.- The cancellation of records and circulation cards will not exempt the lessor from the obligations that he has acquired during his or her term, either with the federal government or with third parties concerned.

ARTICLE 60.- The owner of a registration record and circulation cards that have been cancelled, will not be able to obtain another one for a period of five years, from the date on which the resolution that cancels them is signed.

CHAPTER SEVENTH

RATES

ARTICLE 61.- In the operation of the federal passenger self-transportation services, the self-carriers may determine the rates and their modifications, without requiring approval of the Secretariat, with a minimum of seven days prior to its application.

ARTICLE 62.- The rates recorded will be the maximum and from them the permissionaries will structure the promotional or discount.

ARTICLE 63.- Passenger self-carriers must have in view of the public the rates they will apply and make known the various options per route, as well as the corresponding promotions.

ARTICLE 64.- When there is no effective competition on any route, the Secretariat will request the opinion of the Federal Competition Commission and in case it rules in that case. It shall establish the respective tariff bases.

Effective competition is considered to exist on a given route when there are two or more providers of the same service or substitutes for it on the same route or alternative routes, or where there is only one provider, there are no relevant barriers to access to the market concerned.

ARTICLE 65.- In the provision of federal freight transport services, rates will be freely agreed between self-carriers and shippers, taking into account the service type, shipping characteristics, volume, regularity, and payment system.

ARTICLE 66.- In the operation of drag, drag, and salvage and vehicle depot services, permissionaries will be subject to tariffs, application rules, and its amendments, approved by the Secretariat. The authorised rates will be in the public eye and will be the maximum. From them, the permissionaries may agree to minor charges with the user, depending on the type of service and vehicle that has been crashed.

ARTICLE 66A.- The collection of drag or drag and salvage services shall be made by applying the appropriate rate, according to the classification and characteristics of the The vehicle is either dragged or rescued, in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation and the respective Standard, regardless of whether the operation has been carried out with a crane with a higher capacity than in practice.

ARTICLE 66B.- The rates for drag and salvage maneuvers outside the asphalt folder and the special ones, will be agreed between the user and the service provider, with the option for the user to select the authorized service provider that best suits their interests.

ARTICLE 66C.- When there is no compliance with the amount of the services, the user will submit it in writing, within a maximum of fifteen working days, to the SCT Center the jurisdiction that corresponds to or the General Directorate of Tariffs, Rail and Multimodal Transport, who will require the permit to present the documentation that justifies the amount. The Secretariat, in the light of the documentation provided by the parties or with the elements of judgement available to it, shall issue the relevant resolution within a maximum of 55 working days.

When the resolution is favorable to the user and already has the vehicle object of the services, the permissionary must restore the surplus charged for the same and the interests applicable legal. If the vehicle is located in the tank, the user shall only cover the amount determined by the Secretariat for the services provided, not including the time between the date of filing of the non-conformity and the date of the notification of the resolution.

ARTICLE 66D.- Permissionaries must have in their offices and vehicles intended for service, printed copies of the rates and application rules, which will be in the view and available to the public.

ARTICLE 67.- When the drag or salvage service is performed on vehicles carrying goods, the discharge of the goods must be performed by the user. Where appropriate, they may be carried out by the service permit, after agreement between the two on the price of such manoeuvres.

ARTICLE 68.- In cases where quota paths and bridges are used, the corresponding payments will be borne by the service permissioner as far as the crane is concerned and in refers to the towed vehicle, shall be the responsibility of its owner.

ARTICLE 69.- The Secretariat may set the rates for the operation of the verification units, taking into consideration the proposal of the interested party when participating in the public tender for the allocation of the permit. This proposal should be based on the economic and accounting studies required by the Secretariat itself.

CHAPTER EIGHTH

CONDITIONS FOR TRANSPORT

ARTICLE 70.- Self-carriers must deliver to any passenger at the time they cover the amount of their trip, a ticket that will contain, in addition to the tax requirements respective, the following:

I. Social name of the company or name of the person who issues it and domicile;

II. Service class;

III. Source and target;

IV. Transport price;

V. Date of travel;

VI. Seat number if applicable;

VII. The mention that the traveler's insurance is covered, and

VIII. The amount of compensation that the self-carrier will pay to the passenger for loss or damage to the documented baggage, provided he has not declared the value.

ARTICLE 71.- Before boarding a vehicle, the passenger must acquire the corresponding ticket. When the passenger rises in intermediate points of the road he will acquire it on board.

ARTICLE 72.- The passenger must keep during the trip the ticket that will cover the entire travel route.

ARTICLE 73.- The marketing of the services of federal transport of tourism, in its modes of tourist of luxury and tourist, may be carried out by operators or travel agencies. In the case of excursion transport and chauffeur-guide, it may be carried out directly by the permissioners.

ARTICLE 74.- The carriers must issue for each shipment, a duly documented transport document, which must contain, in addition to the tax and the applicable provisions contained in this Regulation, at least as follows:

I. Social name or name of the self-carrier and the consignor and their addresses;

II. Name and address of the recipient;

III. Designation of the goods with expression of their generic quality, weight and marks or exteriors of the packages or packages in which they are contained and, where appropriate, the declared value of the goods;

IV. Transport price and any other charges derived from it;

V. Date on which the expedition is performed;

VI. Place of receipt of the merchandise by the autocarrier, and

VII. Place and date or time when delivery to the recipient is to be made.

ARTICLE 75.- When the applicable provisions require the submission of documents for the carriage of certain goods, the self-carrier shall require the consignor to documents in question and will be obliged to refuse transport if they are not delivered to you.

The shipper will be responsible for the information provided to the permit to be truthful and for the documentation to be delivered for transport purposes to be correct.

ARTICLE 76.- The shipper shall provide the self-carrier with the characteristics of the load that it delivers for its transport and, if applicable, the declared value of the load.

If the self-carrier accepts without reservation the goods that are delivered to the carrier, they will be presumed to have no apparent vices.

ARTICLE 77.- If by suspicion of falsehood in the declaration of the contents of a bundle, the autocarrier would like to proceed to its recognition, it will be able to at least two witnesses and with assistance from the consignor or the consignee. If any of the latter do not attend, he shall request the presence of an inspector from the Secretariat and the corresponding record shall be lifted. The self-carrier shall in any event have the obligation to leave the packages or packages in the state in which they were before the recognition.

ARTICLE 78.- With the exception of bulk loads, the others will be delivered properly packed and rolled, for easy handling and identification and ensuring their safety in the transportation.

ARTICLE 79.- In the international transport of goods with a point of origin or destination in the national territory, the consignment note that the effect is issued shall be adjusted to provided for in the Law, this Regulation and in international agreements and treaties.

ARTICLE 80.- The transport document for trawl, trawl and rescue services and vehicle storage shall include at least the following:

I. Social name of the company or name of the permit and the user and its address;

II. Type of service and date of delivery;

III. Price of the service;

IV. Duration of the salvage, distance travelled and days in deposit, as appropriate in each case;

V. The official number of the kilometer of the road that the drag was started on, and

VI. Features of the vehicle that received the service, such as type, brand, model, plates, capacity, engine number, and owner name.

CHAPTER NINTH

RESPONSIBILITY

ARTICLE 81.- The passenger and tourism self-carriers must protect the passengers and their luggage for damages that they suffer for the service delivery in the terms of the respective regulation. The guarantee that the effect will be established must be sufficient for the self-carrier to protect the passengers from their boarding until they fall from the vehicle.

ARTICLE 82.- The Secretariat will arrange with the self-carriers, the amounts of compensation they will pay for the loss or breakdown of the baggage documented.

When you have previously secured the documented baggage with your own carrier, the carrier must cover the amount of the declared value to the passenger.

ARTICLE 83.- The permissionaries of passenger services, tourism, cargo and private transportation, as well as those of trawling, trawling and salvage and vehicle storage must be contract insurance to cover any damage to third parties in their property and persons, general communication routes and any other damage which may be caused by the vehicle in the event of an accident. They may also constitute, in the form, terms and amounts determined by the Secretariat in accordance with the guidelines published in the Official Journal of the Federation, a fund for this purpose.

ARTICLE 84.- The compensation to be paid by the self-carriers in the event of loss or damage of the load, shall be equivalent to the declared value of the goods. If no declaration of that value has been made, the fifth paragraph of Article 66 of the Law shall be as foreseen.

ARTICLE 85.- When the loss or damage is partial, the self-carrier obligation will consist of covering the partial amount corresponding to the declared value.

ARTICLE 86.- If, for the purpose of the damage, the goods are not used for the sale or consumption or for the use to which they are intended, the consignee shall not be obliged to receive them and may leave them to the self-carrier at the place of delivery and require payment of the declared value.

If the damaged merchandise is found some pieces in good condition the recipient will receive them and only the disposition of the previous article with respect to the damaged will take effect.

ARTICLE 87.- The owner of a vehicle that is in custody in a warehouse, will receive the vehicle under the same conditions as it was deposited.

If upon receipt of the vehicle, the owner will find missing or damage to the vehicle, must record such a circumstance in the respective payment voucher and submit his or her claim in writing to the Secretariat, within three working days.

CHAPTER DECIMAL

FEDERAL DRIVER LICENSE

ARTICLE 88.- Drivers of vehicles intended for federal self-transportation services and private transportation under the terms of Article 36 of the Act shall be required to obtain and, where appropriate, renew the federal driver's license issued by the Secretariat.

ARTICLE 89.- To obtain the federal driver's license, the interested party must submit a written request to the Secretariat, to which he must attach:

I. In all cases:

a) Constancy of psycho-physical fitness;

b) Two child-sized and front-facing photographs;

c) Home Tester, and

d) Training certificate;

II. In the case of categories A, B, C, D and F, in addition to the above in the preceding fraction, a legal document certifying the majority of age and, in the case of category D, Tour guide credential;

III. For category E, in addition to what is provided for in part I, federal driver's licence of category B or C or constancy of the carrier of hazardous materials and waste, where the person concerned has experience of two years in the driving of vehicles carrying these products, and

IV. In the case of a federal driver's license in its international mode, in addition to what is stated in the section I, a legal document that establishes 21 years of age and proof knowledge of the English language.

If the person concerned does not have the training certificate referred to in point (d). of the above fraction I, it will be necessary to present the theoretical-practical examination applied by the Secretariat itself.

If an additional change or category is requested, the training certificate of the category requested, if applicable, and the license must be presented exclusively. previous.

The Secretariat must resolve the request within a maximum of two working days.

ARTICLE 90.- The federal driver's license shall be valid for 10 years and shall be endorsed every two years, upon presentation of the documents referred to in points (a), (c) and (d) of section I of the previous article, as well as of the federal license.

ARTICLE 90A.- In case of theft, loss or destruction of the federal driver's license, the person concerned may obtain the duplicate of the same, upon request to the The Secretariat to which it shall annex the provisions in points (b) and (c) of section I of Article 89 and the current federal license or certificate issued to the competent authority for loss or theft.

ARTICLE 91.- The Secretariat shall establish a record of the licenses granted, in order to assess the incidence in the commission of violations of the Law and its regulations by of drivers, as well as their participation in accidents.

ARTICLE 92.- The cancellation of the federal driver's license in addition to the causes provided for in the eighth title of the Law will proceed:

I. Enforceable judgment that condemns the offender for crimes committed in the performance of his or her activity as a driver of federal self-transportation vehicles;

II. The case of the vehicle accident when the driver does not immediately notify the nearest authority, does not provide assistance to persons who are injured or leaves the vehicle. vehicle;

III. The third infringement, lifted for exceeding the speed limits set by the Secretariat, within a period of 12 months, and

IV. The driver will alter the data contained in the federal license.

The operator whose license has been canceled will be disabled to drive federal self-transportation vehicles within ten years.

ARTICLE 93.- The suspension of the federal driver's license will proceed, in addition to the causes provided for in Title 8 of the Law:

I. For six months, when the holder permits a person not authorized by the Secretariat to drive the vehicle in his or her capacity, and

II. For six months, in the cases of the second infringement lifted for exceeding the speed limits set by the Secretariat for a period of twelve months.

ARTICLE 93A.-The driver whose license has been canceled will not be entitled to be returned or renewed.

In cases of suspension, the person concerned may request the refund when the term of the suspension has passed, but the Secretariat may refuse to do so until it has verified that the causes that motivated the suspension do not exist.

ARTICLE 93B.- It will be the case for the annulment of a federal driver's license, the fact that it is subsequently verified that the person concerned has not provided your request for correct information. In this case, the data subject may obtain a new licence, if it underheals the deficiencies found.

CHAPTER ELEVENTH

TRAINING

ARTICLE 93C.- The training and training of drivers of the federal self-transportation and private transportation service that they wish to obtain, endorse or, if necessary, renew the federal driver's license, must be performed in schools, institutions, educational centers, training centers for federal self-transportation, private transportation, and the like with official recognition of the Secretariat.

ARTICLE 93D.- Those interested in obtaining the Secretariat's recognition to operate a training and training center for the service drivers Federal transport and private transport must submit a request to the Secretariat, which shall be accompanied by the following documents:

I. Act of birth and official identification in force, if it is a natural person, or constitutive writing and its modifications, if it is a moral person;

II. Where appropriate, a certified copy of the power granted to the legal representative to the public purse;

III. The home test of the training and training center, and the proof of legal occupation of the home for the time the courses are taught;

IV. Register with the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare of the training center or the official validity recognition of training studies for the work, awarded by the Secretariat of Public Education;

V. The relationship of the instructors with whom the center will be counted;

VI. Registration of instructors to the Secretariat of Labor and Social Security;

VII. Letter of acceptance of responsibility of the legal representative of the training center;

VIII. Proposal of training and training programs developed in accordance with the minimum training programs issued by the Secretariat according to the service in question, and

IX. Description of the installations, as well as of the equipment and their technical information and, where appropriate, of the vehicles, presenting for these the document that accredits their legitimate possession (invoice, letter invoice, contract of comodato or convention) and/or simulators with which training and training shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of Article 93-G.

ARTICLE 93E.- The instructors of drivers of the federal self-transportation and private transportation service shall have the official recognition of the Secretariat, owing present the documentation provided for in the sections I and V of the previous article.

ARTICLE 93F.- The requests referred to in Articles 93-D and 93-E shall be resolved within a period not exceeding forty-five working days, counted from that in the application has been lodged. After the period indicated without the Secretariat issuing the recognition, it shall be understood.

ARTICLE 93G.-The centers where the training courses are delivered must have at least the following facilities and equipment:

I. For the delivery of courses to drivers of the federal self-transportation service and private transportation of cargo, as well as hazardous materials and waste:

a) Vehicles and/or simulators type truck, tractor, autotank and others, depending on the type of training and service mode to be provided or, if applicable, agreement with a minimum of one year's duration as companies that have the required vehicles for the delivery of the training;

b) One or more classrooms to teach the theoretical courses, according to the specifications to be set by the laws of the matter, which must have a pupil or a mesabanks sufficient according to the number of students to train;

c) Workshop and/or laboratory equipped with equipment, beings and tools proportional to the number of students who can attend the school and according to the specialty of the course training that you provide, including a full diesel engine;

d) Computer equipment for information exchange between the training center and the Secretariat, and

e) The ownership or legal possession of a land for use as a maneuvering yard with a surface of thirty meters wide by sixty meters long or, if applicable, an agreement with companies for the use of a similar area, which must be fenced, paved, obstacle-free and pedestrian-free and rolled for identification.

(a), (c) and (e) do not apply for the training of the transport of hazardous materials and waste;

II. For the delivery of courses to drivers of the federal self-transport service and private transport and passenger transport, in addition to the points (b) to (e) of the previous fraction, vehicles and/or simulators type integral bus or standard, depending on the type of training and service mode that is intended to be provided or, where applicable, a minimum term of one year agreement with companies that have the required vehicles for the delivery of the training.

ARTICLE 93H.-The centers and instructors that obtain the recognition of the Secretariat referred to in this chapter shall be required to provide the necessary information that is In the case of students who are accredited to the courses corresponding to the driving of vehicles of federal self-transportation and private transportation.

The Secretariat will also be able to visit training and training centers at any time to verify compliance with the programs, as well as to supervise which have the required facilities and equipment.

The Secretariat will cancel the recognition granted, in cases where it is found that the center or the instructors have ceased to comply with the approved plans and programs or no longer meet the requirements under which such recognition was granted to them.

CHAPTER TENTH SECOND

REVIEW RESOURCE

ARTICLE 94.- The final decisions given in accordance with the law and in this regulation may be appealed to the Secretariat in accordance with the procedure laid down in the present chapter.

ARTICLE 95.- The application must be submitted to the authority which issued the contested act, and shall be resolved by the Directorate-General for Legal Affairs of the the Secretariat and shall express:

I. The administrative organ to whom it is addressed;

II. The name of the appellant, and of the third party injured if any, as well as the place that he points out for the purposes of notifications;

III. The act that is used and the date on which it was notified or became aware of it;

IV. The grievances that are caused to you;

V. Where appropriate, a copy of the contested decision or act and the relevant notification. In the case of acts which have not been resolved in time, they shall be deemed to be denied, the written initiation of the procedure, or the document on which no resolution has been passed, shall be accompanied.

VI. The documentary evidence to offer, which is immediately and directly related to the contested decision or act, and must display the documents attesting to their personality when acting on behalf of another or of moral persons.

ARTICLE 96.- In case the Secretariat does not dictate the corresponding resolution within the term referred to in Article 80 of the Law, the appeal shall be deemed to be denied. interposed.

TRANSIENT

ARTICLE FIRST.-This Regulation shall enter into force on the day following its publication in the Official Journal of the Federation.

ARTICLE SECOND.- The following regulations are opened:

-For the public service of federal freight transport, published in the Official Journal of the Federation on 7 July 1989;

-For the public passenger bus service published in the Official Journal of the Federation on 30 May 1990; and

-For the exclusive federal transportation of tourism published in the Official Journal of the Federation on March 9, 1990.

ARTICLE THIRD.- The natural or moral persons who upon entering into force this regulation have requests for pending permits will conform to the terms provided for in the present order.

Given at the residence of the Federal Executive Branch, in Mexico City, Federal District, on the eighteen days of November of a thousand nine hundred and ninety-four.- Carlos Salinas de Gortari.-Heading.-The Secretary of Communications and Transport, Emilio Gamboa Patron.-Heading.