(Added to NRS by 1997, 2668 ) NRS 706.446 Certain operators of tow cars not required to obtain certificates of public convenience and necessity. .
(Added to NRS by 1971, 700 ) NRS 706.361 Persons with disabilities entitled to full and equal enjoyment of facilities of public transportation; unlawful denial of services and facilities.
(Added to NRS by 1971, 695 ; A 1997, 1936 ) NRS 706.298 Certain indemnification clauses void and unenforceable.(Added to NRS by 1971, 709 ) NRS 706.596 Evidentiary effect of verified claim of Department. .NRS 706.141 Unladen weight defined.(Added to NRS by 1969, 1243 ; A 1979, 838 ) NRS 706.8838 Defects in taxicab which limit operation. .Insurers may use aftermarket parts, but you can specify that OEM parts are used (if you pay the price difference, or prove that the aftermarket parts are inferior).NRS 706.172 Examination of records and other property of persons regulated by Authority; exception.It is unlawful for any 2007 bowl patch rose common, contract or private motor carrier to operate as a motor carrier of intrastate commerce within this State without having furnished the Authority the following:. .
(b) Not drive a taxicab or go on duty while under the influence of, or impaired by, any controlled substance, dangerous drug, or intoxicating liquor or drink intoxicating liquor while on duty.
(Added to NRS by 2013, 2043 ; A 2015, 1468, 1704 ) NRS 706.4489 Insurance companies authorized to designate vehicle storage lots in certain larger counties to which certain vehicles are towed at request of law enforcement; towing to location other than vehicle storage lot; indemnification.
No information about OEM.
(e) A private motor carrier of property which is used for any convention, show, exhibition, sporting event, carnival, circus or organized recreational activity.
Exemptions NRS 706.736 Exemption of certain vehicles and transportation from provisions regulating certain motor carriers; applicability of certain provisions.
NRS 706.449 Administrative fine for failure to pay charge for cleaning roadway after crash.
(c) An employer who operates the vehicle for the transportation of the employees of that employer, whether or not the employees pay for the transportation.(Added to NRS by 1971, 700 ; A 1997, 1941 ) Certificates of Public Convenience and Necessity NRS 706.386 Persons required to obtain certificate. .The Attorney General or any district attorney may prosecute any violation of this chapter or chapter 712 of NRS for which a criminal penalty is provided.The brakes are in good mechanical working order and when pressed are not less than 1 3/4 inches from the floorboard.(Added to NRS by 1971, 689 ) NRS 706.101 Operator defined. .No more than three members may be members of the same political party, and no elected officer of the State or any political subdivision is eligible for appointment.NRS 706.137 Transportation of household goods defined.(Added to NRS by 1997, 1924 ; A 2007, 2054 ) NRS 706.1514 Authority: Power of majority of members; exercise of power and conduct of business by majority of members; hearings.NRS 706.081 Highway defined.The Federal Government or any instrumentality thereof.The permit must be carried and displayed in such a manner as the Department determines on every combination so operating.