TCI is authorized by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
(FMCSA) in certificate MC-213682 to engage in transportation as a common
carrier of property (except household goods) by motor vehicle in interstate or
TCI does not hold out to transport jewelry, objects d’art, currency,
documents, items of usual value or rare metals.
Shipper accepts all U.S. Department of Transportation requirements
governing placarding of hazardous material. Unless otherwise noted, rates
published by carrier do not include services for hazardous materials.
TCI participates in the Uniform Intermodal Interchange Agreement (UIIA).
TCI does not accept liability for loss or damage to shipments under
transport in the Republic of Mexico. TCI participates in international
shipments originating or destined to Mexico on a combination of rates basis
notwithstanding any arrangements for through trailer movements. Shippers
are advised that liability for cargo loss in the Republic of Mexico differs from
U.S. law (49 U.S.C. 14706) and the special arrangements with the Mexican
carrier participating in any trans border movement is not the Carrier’s
The rules set forth in this Circular shall apply to shipments exempt from
economic regulation as well as shipments subject to the jurisdiction of the
FMCSA. Liability for loss, damage and delay shall be governed by 49 U.S.C.
14706 (the Carmack Amendment).
ISSUED: June 25, 2008 EFFECTIVE: September 25, 2008
Transportation Consultants Inc.
1000 Edwards Avenue
Harahan, LA 70123
RULES CIRCULAR 100