Connecticut Laws - Title 13b Transportation
Sec. 13b-400. (Formerly Sec. 16-294). Issuance of permit.

Sec. 13b-400. (Formerly Sec. 16-294). Issuance of permit. (1411)(1-click HTML)

Such a permit shall be issued to any applicant if it appears that the applicant is fit, financially responsible, willing and able to perform the service of a motor contract carrier and to conform to the provisions of this chapter and the requirements and regulations of the Commissioner of Transportation made thereunder and that the proposed operation is not inconsistent with the public interest. In determining whether the proposed operation is inconsistent with the public interest the commissioner shall take into consideration such recommendations as to the maintenance of an adequate transportation system designed to meet the needs of the public. The commissioner shall have power to decide the question of financial responsibility on the individual merits of the applicant and to require that such financial responsibility be adequate. The commissioner, on July first annually and upon payment of a fee of ten dollars, shall issue to an applicant, with the permit, a decal representing the applicant's authority to operate within the state. The decal shall be conspicuously displayed on the side of each vehicle in a manner prescribed by the commissioner. (1412)


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