Executive order no. 2016-44
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Haley, Nikki, 1972-
South Carolina Office of the Governor
SubjectExecutive orders--South Carolina; Trucking--Law and legislation--South Carolina; Emergency management--South Carolina; Gas pipelines--South Carolina; Gas pipelines--Georgia
This executive order by Governor Nikki R. Haley determines that an emergency exists in the State South Carolina for the limited purpose of complying with the declaration of emergency in the State of Georgia and hereby suspend of Part 395 (drivers' hours of service) of Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations. She further directs the South Carolina Department of Transportation and the South Carolina Department of Public Safety, and the State Transport Police as needed, to suspend the federal rules and regulations that limit the hours operators of commercial vehicles may drive, in order to ensure the uninterrupted supply of equipment, goods, services, and any other item needing to be moved on the highways of the States of Georgia and South Carolina.
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