Non-Business Private Motor Carrier of Passengers
Is defined as…
Non-business PMCPs provide private transportation of passengers that is not in the furtherance of a commercial purpose.
Examples of non-business PMCPs include …
- Private schools
- Civic organizations
- Scout groups
and other organizations that may purchase or lease buses for the private transportation of their respective groups. Below are links to regulations that you are required to comply with. Once you click the link there are additional subsections of each regulation to the left.
Special Training Requirements
Controlled Substances & Alcohol Use Testing
Commercial Drivers License
Financial Responsibility (Insurance/Surety)
General Applicability and Definitions
Qualifications of Drivers
Driving of Commercial Motor Vehicles
Parts & Accessories
Hours of Service Drivers
Inspection, Repair, and Maintenance
PMCP Non-Businesses are not subject to:
- Minimum levels of financial responsibility
- Subpart C of Part 391
- Subpart D of Part 391
- Subpart F of part 391
- Most paperwork and record keeping requirements of part 390, 391, 395, and 396.
The above chart is for PMCP Non-Business. If you receive direct compensation for transportation then you will be considered a for-hire carrier and will not be classified as ‘non-business’.