United States Code
USC most recently checked for updates: Jan 30, 2023
The term “cargo originating in Mexico” means any cargo that enters the United States by commercial motor vehicle from Mexico, including cargo that may have originated in a country other than Mexico.
The term “change in circumstance” may include a substantial increase in services supplied by the grantee of a grant of authority.
The term “commercial motor vehicle” means a commercial motor vehicle, as such term is defined in paragraph (1) of section 31132 of title 49, that meets the requirements of subparagraph (A) of such paragraph.
The term “driver” means a person that drives a commercial motor vehicle in cross-border long-haul trucking services.
The term “grant of authority” means registration granted pursuant to section 13902 of title 49, or a successor provision, to persons of Mexico to conduct cross-border long-haul trucking services in the United States.
The term “material harm” means a significant loss in the share of the United States market or relevant sub-market for cross-border long-haul trucking services held by persons of the United States.
The term “operator” or “supplier” means an entity that has been granted registration under section 13902 of title 49 to provide cross-border long-haul trucking services.
The term “persons of the United States” includes entities domiciled in the United States, organized or otherwise constituted under United States law, and not owned or controlled by persons of Mexico, which provide cross-border long-haul trucking services and long-haul commercial motor vehicle drivers who are United States nationals.
The term “threat of material harm” means material harm that is likely to occur.