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Arkansas Code Title 15. Natural Resources and Economic Development § 15-75-312. Class six permit

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(a) The holder of a class six permit:

(1) May transport liquefied petroleum gas over the highways of the state for delivery to points outside the state only;

(2) May not deliver liquefied petroleum gas to any Arkansas dealer, commercial or industrial plant, or directly to a consumer;

(3) May not sell or install any type of container or system;

(4) Must have all delivery equipment inspected and approved before being placed in operation and annually thereafter;

(5) Shall not use motor fuel directly from cargo tanks;  and

(6) Must pay an annual permit fee in the sum of two hundred dollars ($200).

(b) All transport truck operators must have certificates of competency from the Liquefied Petroleum Gas Board.

(c) An applicant for a class six permit:

(1) Must furnish evidence of the following insurance on each truck used in operations in this state:


Automobile Bodily Injury

Each Person


Liability Insurance

Each Accident



Automobile Property Damage

Each Accident


Liability Insurance

(2) Must submit an inventory of all trucks traveling in this state showing the following information:

(A) Name of liquefied petroleum gas tank manufacturer;

(B) Code under which constructed;

(C) Design working pressure and water capacity;

(D) Relief valve setting;

(E) Tank manufacturer's serial number;

(F) Type and size of fuel tanks;

(G) Number, type, and size of fire extinguishers;

(H) Manufacturer's data sheet for each container, including fuel tanks;  and

(3) Must comply with all other applicable requirements.

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