Common Carrier Reporting
The State of Delaware requires all entities that import, export, or transport intrastate, gasoline not owned or controlled by them, to submit monthly reports of those deliveries. This requirement, as specified in 30 Del C c. 51, is as follows:
§ 5121. Reports from carriers transporting gasoline; penalty for failure to file report; appeal.
(a) Every railroad company, suburban or interurban railroad company, pipeline company, water transportation company and common carrier transporting gasoline, either in interstate or in intrastate commerce, to points within this State, and every person, except distributors, transporting gasoline by whatever manner to a point in this State from any point outside this State shall report, under penalty of perjury, to the Department of Transportation on forms prescribed by the Department all deliveries of gasoline so made to points within this State.
(b) The reports shall cover monthly periods, shall be postmarked by the United States Postal Service on or before the 25th day of the calendar month immediately following the month covered by the report, shall show the name and address of the person to whom the deliveries of gasoline have actually and in fact been made, and such other additional information relative to shipments of gasoline as the Department may require.
(c) If any carrier fails to file a report as required by this section, a penalty of $5 per business day shall accrue until said report is filed up to a maximum amount of $25 for each report; however, the Department may waive all or part of the penalty if it is established to the satisfaction of the Department that failure to file the report was not with intent to violate the law.
State of Delaware Common Carrier Forms and Instructions
- Common Carrier Registration Form
- Common Carrier Registration Form Instructions
- Common Carrier Report Cover Sheet
- Common Carrier Schedule
- Common Carrier Report Instructions
- Common Carrier Return Package
Please contact Transportation Services at 302.744.2715 for further information.