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WAC 480-30-071

Reporting requirements.

(1) Auto transportation company annual reports. An annual report is an end-of-the-year summary of financial and operational activity that each regulated auto transportation company is required to file with the commission.
(a) Each year the commission provides an annual report form and instructions to each company at its address of record. Failure to receive the form does not relieve a company of its obligation to complete and file its annual report. A company that does not receive an annual report form must contact the commission to obtain a copy of the form.
(b) A company must file a complete, accurate annual report showing all requested information by May 1 of the succeeding year. Information provided on the annual report must agree with source documents maintained at company offices.
(c) The commission may grant an extension of time allowing the company to file its annual report after the May 1 due date if the commission receives a request for extension before May 1.
(d) The commission may issue penalty assessments or take action to suspend or cancel a certificate if a company fails to file its required annual report.
(e) A company selling, canceling, transferring, or in some other manner discontinuing operations must submit an annual report for that portion of the year in which the company operated.
(f) The commission will provide an annual report form for companies charging flexible fares subject to WAC 480-30-420, requiring financial reporting only of the gross intrastate revenues reported to the state department of revenue for the previous calendar year, data to facilitate the commission's review under WAC 480-30-075, and such safety data as the commission may require.
(2) Charter and excursion carrier annual safety reports. An annual safety report is a summary of motor vehicle and safety operating information that each charter and excursion carrier is required to file with the commission.
(a) Each year the commission provides an annual safety report form and instructions to each company at its address of record. Failure to receive the form does not relieve a company of its obligation to complete and file its annual safety report. A company that does not receive an annual safety report form must contact the commission to obtain a copy of the form.
(b) A company must file a complete, accurate annual safety report showing all requested information by May 1 of each year. Information provided on the annual safety report must agree with source documents maintained at company offices.
(c) The commission may grant an extension of time allowing the company to file its annual safety report after the May 1 due date if the commission receives a request for extension before May 1.
(d) The commission may issue penalty assessments or take action to suspend or cancel a certificate if a company fails to file its required annual safety report.
(3) Other reports. The commission may require a company to file periodic or other special reports.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 80.01.040, 81.04.160, 81.04.250, 81.68.030, and 81.68.040. WSR 13-18-003 (Docket TC-121328, General Order R-572), § 480-30-071, filed 8/21/13, effective 9/21/13. Statutory Authority: RCW 80.01.040, 81.04.160, 81.12.050, 81.68.030, and 81.70.270. WSR 06-13-006 (General Order No. R-533, Docket No. TC-020497), § 480-30-071, filed 6/8/06, effective 7/9/06.]
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