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Fuel Surcharges Extended for Household Goods Movers and Luxury Limousines Carriers
Effective July 1, 2005, The Georgia Public Service Commission (Commission) has approved a 90-day extension of the four (4) percent fuel surcharge for household goods movers and the five (5) percent fuel surcharge for luxury limousine carriers. This approval extends the temporary orders approved April 13 and May 11, 2005 which expired June 30, 2005. The fuel surcharge extensions will expire on September 30, 2005.
The Commission's order makes it clear that all luxury limousine carriers and household goods movers must notify customers in writing in advance of the surcharges before they can impose these surcharges. In addition, household goods movers must notify the Commission within two weeks if the surcharges would cause the carriers to exceed their maximum rate tariffs. Movers must also notify the Commission in writing by July 15, 2005 of their intent to implement the fuel surcharge.
Consumers can find helpful information on household goods movers and limousine carriers by clicking click here.
Under House Bill 501, regulation of household goods movers and luxury limousine carriers passed from the Department of Motor Vehicle Safety to the Public Service Commission, effective July 1, 2005.
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