100 Item 780

RULES, CHARGES AND ACCESSORIAL SERVICES

EXCESS & MAXIMUM LIABILITY COVERAGE

Inquiry Date: NOVEMBER 07 2018
Effective date: AUGUST 01 2018
  
  Section 1: Prohibited and Restricted Articles
   
  EXCESS & MAXIMUM LIABILITY COVERAGE AND PROHIBITED & RESTRICTED ARTICLES
  BETWEEN USA AND USA TO CANADA AND FROM OR TO MEXICO PROHIBITED AND
  RESTRICTED ARTICLES  
   
  DEFINITION - The following prohibited or restricted articles will not be
  accepted for shipment or as premiums accompanying other articles. If the
  following are inadvertently accepted, the portion of shipment containing
  the following commodities shall be subject to a maximum liability of $1.00
  per pound per package:  
   
        ARTICLES not accepted for shipment as indicated in Item 540 of this
        tariff.
   
         ASBESTOS friable (crumbly) 
   
         ARTICLES OF EXTREME CONFIGURATION over 27 linear feet, 
         I.E., shipments as described in Tariff 100 item 670 containing one 
         or more articles measuring over 27 linear feet 
   
         BLOOD, BLOOD RELATED COMPONENTS AND BLOOD RELATED PRODUCTS,  
         I.E., dried, frozen and liquid blood and plasma as described in
         NMFC item 24220 through 24280 including sub numbers.
   
         CIGARETTES AND CIGARS, 
         I.E., e-cigarettes, imitation, consisting of a hollow plastic tube
         with nicotine plug, with or without paper labels, e-cig liquid,
         tobacco, manufactured, chewing or smoking, cut or granulated, kits,
         snuff, unsalable, in wrappers, in boxes, drums, or packages as
         described in NMFC items 47750, 47760 through 47840 including sub
         numbers.  
   
         EXPLOSIVES not accepted for shipment as indicated in item 540 of
         this tariff.
   
         NITROCELLULOSE
   
       DEFINITION - When shipments originate or are destined to Mexico, the
       following will not be accepted for shipment or as premiums
       accompanying other articles. If the following are inadvertently
       accepted, the portion of shipment containing the following
       commodities shall be subject to a maximum liability of $0.10 per
       pound per package.
   
         HOUSEHOLD GOODS - As described in NMFC items 100200 thru 100292.
   
       DEFINITION - The following will not be accepted for shipment or as
       premiums accompanying other articles.  If the following are
       inadvertently accepted, the portion of shipment containing the
       following commodities shall be subject to a maximum liability of
       $1.00 per pound per package.  While in Mexico, the maximum liability
       as provided in Liability Limits described herein will apply.
   
         BANK BILLS
   
         COLLECTIBLES, OTHER THAN NEW
   
         COMMODITIES - Unpackaged bulk commodities
   
         CURRENCY other than coin; monetary coins will not be accepted as
         premiums with other articles except as provided in item 310 of STB
         NMF 100 series.
   
         DEEDS
   
         DRAFTS
   
         JEWELRY other than costume or novelty jewelry.
   
         LETTERS with or without stamps affixed.  U.S. Mail will be accepted
         when the consignor or consignee is the U.S. Post Office.
   
         MUSEUM EXHIBIT OR ARTICLES OF ANTIQUITY, except antique furniture
         subject to items 100240, 100260 or numismatic exhibits subject to
         item 63830 of STB NMF 100 series or RDWY 301 series.   
   
         NOTES
   
         ORIGINAL WORKS OF ART OR SCULPTURES including reproductions from an
         original, authenticated by the artist (limited editions), except
         pictures or paintings subject to items 100240, 100260 and 149420 of
         STB NMF 100 series or RDWY 301 series will be accepted for shipment.
   
         PAPERS - Valuable paper of any kind
   
         POSTAGE STAMPS
   
         PRECIOUS STONES  
   
         REVENUE STAMPS, except U.S. Internal Revenue distilled spirits
         stamps, which will be accepted in truckload or volume shipments
         only. 
   
         STALLS, STALL GUARDS, AND STANCHION FRAMES (LIVESTOCK) - As
         described in NMFC items 65940 and 66040. 
   
         STONES - Precious Stones
   
       NOMENCLATURE - The term "package" used in this item means any primary
       shipping package authorized by the provisions of individual
       publications or classification items. When a number of packages have
       been unitized, strapped, or fastened together on pallets, platforms,
       skids or have been over-packed in an additional complying package,
       the carrier's liability will be determined by separately multiplying
       the weight of each individual package lost or damaged, subject to the
       applicable ceiling of liability, and not on the basis of the weight
       of the total number of packages.   
   
       TRADE SHOW LIABILITY - For shipments between USA and USA to Canada
       where freight is held in carrier's possession for delivery to a
       convention or exposition facility, the first calendar day after
       arrival at the carrier's terminal, carrier's liability will be that
       of a warehouseman, as defined in the Uniform Commercial Code  Sec.
       7-204(1) and carrier's liability will be limited to $1.00 per pound
       per package.   
   
       PAYMENT OF CHARGES - Charges are to be paid by the party responsible
       for payment of the otherwise applicable freight charges.
   
       CORRECTED BILLS OF LADING - Corrected bills of lading requesting or
       rejecting cargo protection or a change in the declared value amount
       will not be accepted.   
   
   
  Section 2: Standard Liability Limitations 
   
  The standard liability limitations are outlined below. For exceptions to
  the standard limitations, please see Section 3: Specific Liability
  Limitations.   
    
  I. Liability Limits
   
  Unless the tariff has a lower liability limit specified, in the event of
  loss, damage or delay to any shipment, the carrier's liability will not
  exceed the limits described in the below table per pound per package, with
  a maximum of $25.00 per pound per package, subject to a maximum liability
  of $100,000.00 per shipment, whichever is less, unless the shipper has
  requested excess liability coverage. 
   
  Except articles specifically named in this item, articles of extraordinary
  value will be accepted for shipment or as premiums accompanying other
  articles, provided the shipper requests excess liability coverage as
  provided herein.  Articles tendered with an invoice value exceeding $25
  per pound per package or $100,000 per shipment will be considered to be of
  extraordinary value. Such articles will not be accepted for transportation
  unless the shipper requests Excess Liability coverage.
   
  Articles inadvertently accepted with an invoice value exceeding $25 per
  pound per package or $100,000 per shipment without Excess Liability
  coverage will be considered to have been released by the shipper at $25
  per pound per package or $100,000 per shipment, whichever is less.   
   
  Exception class Non-FAK shipments where the rate is not based on class,
  including but not limited to, point-to-point rates, pallet programs, flat
  charge per shipment, rates based on per linear foot or per trailer, rates
  per pound or shipment density, will have a maximum liability of $2.00 per
  pound per package.  
   
  The liability limits per pound are based on the rated class of the
  shipment. The limits by rated class are shown below:  
   
   
  Class/FAK                      Liability/lb.  
  Exception class Non-FAK        $  2.00 
           50                    $  2.00 
           55                    $  2.00 
           60                    $  3.00 
           65                    $  5.00 
           70                    $  5.50 
         77.5                    $  8.00 
           85                    $ 10.00 
         92.5                    $ 12.00 
          100                    $ 14.00 
          110                    $ 16.00 
          125                    $ 17.00 
          150                    $ 18.00 
          175                    $ 19.00 
          200                    $ 20.00 
          250                    $ 20.00 
          300                    $ 20.00 
          400                    $ 25.00 
          500                    $ 25.00 
   
   
  II. Excess Liability
   
  Except as provided herein, shippers can request a maximum $1.9 million of
  excess liability for customers who require carrier liability beyond the
  Standard Liability Limits. 
   
  When added to the initial Standard Liability Limit of $100,000 per
  shipment the maximum liability will not exceed $2 million.  
   
  In no case will the carrier's liability exceed the actual value of the
  property. 
   
  Excess liability coverage is available between all points except Mexico at
  a rate outlined in Table 1 below. 
   
  Excess liability coverage will not apply to claims related to damage due
  to freezing.  For shipments rated on the DFQ (Dimensional Freight Quote)
  Program, excess liability up to $5/lb may apply to claims related to
  damage due to freezing when Freezable Protective Service (item 810) is
  also engaged on the bill of lading. 
   
  To request Excess Liability coverage, shippers at time of shipment must
  write the following on the Bill of Lading, "Excess Liability Coverage
  Requested," and the dollar amount of Excess Liability coverage requested.
   
  EXAMPLES:  
   
  Shipper requesting $10,000.00 additional excess coverage would endorse on
  the bill of lading as follows: 
   
          "$10,000.00 excess liability coverage requested"  
                                or 
          "Excess liability coverage requested: $10,000.00"  
   
         NOTE: A declared value on the bill of lading, standing alone, is
         not acceptable as a request for excess liability coverage. 
   
         CHARGES - In addition to the lawful freight charges otherwise
         accruing to the shipment, the carrier will assess an additional
         charge as provided in Table #1 for coverage in excess of the
         initial maximum liability. 
   
  Shipper agrees to indemnify, defend and hold YRC Freight harmless for any
  loss, liability or claim, including fines, which YRC Freight may incur
  from Shipper's failure to comply with this paragraph.  
   
  See section V for Defective/ Obsolete / Waste excess liability. 
  See section VIII for excess Mexican Liability. 
  See section IX for Cargo/Air excess liability. 
   
  III. Released Value Goods- Liability Limits 
   
  Carrier's level of liability will be limited to the released value
  declared by the shipper on the Bill of Lading at time of shipment. 
   
  If the shipper does not declare a released value on the Bill of Lading,
  YRC Freight liability in the case of loss or damage is the lowest released
  value stated in YRC Freight Tariffs 100 or 301, whichever is less.  
   
  Excess Liability is not available on Released Value goods. 
   
  When added to the initial Released Value Goods Liability Limit, the
  maximum liability will not exceed $225,000.  
   
  In no case will the carrier's liability exceed the actual value of the
  property. 
   
  IV. Used Commodities 
   
  In lieu of the valuation indicated in the NMFC, valuation, rates and
  charges on USED or RECONDITIONED articles (as defined in Tariff 100, Item
  110) will be as follows:  
   
  When Consignor or Consignee declares no value or declares an actual or
  released value of 50 cents or less per pound per package or fails to
  describe articles as used or reconditioned on the original Bill of Lading: 
   
         Apply 100 percent of the Customer's otherwise applicable charges as
         published in tariffs subject to this item. 
   
         Carrier's maximum liability shall not exceed 50 cents per pound per
         package or $10,000 per incident, whichever is lower. 
   
  When Consignor or Consignee requests EXCESS LIABILITY COVERAGE for used or
  reconditioned articles exceeding 50 cents per pound per package and
  describes the articles as used or reconditioned on the original Bill of
  Lading: 
   
         Apply a rate of $4.75 per additional $100 of coverage with an
         $85.50 minimum as outlined in Table 1 below.   
   
         Consignor or Consignee will indicate on the original Bill of Lading
         in the description of articles section: "Excess liability coverage
         requested in the amount of $5.00 per pound per package."  
   
  In no event shall Carrier's maximum liability for used or reconditioned
  articles exceed the actual value or $5.00 per pound per package, whichever
  is less, with a maximum of $10,000 per incident.   
   
  In all cases, the weight of packaging and/or shipping container, pallets,
  skids and the like shall not be included when determining excess liability
  coverage or Carrier's maximum liability.  Additional liability coverage IS
  NOT AND WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED AS INSURANCE FOR THE CARGO.   
   
  Failure of the consignor to declare the commodity as a Used Commodity will
  not alter the application of this item.   
   
  Corrected Bills of Lading will not be accepted involving released values. 
   
  For used commodity liability for Time Critical ONET shipments see section
  VII. 
   
  V. Defective/ Obsolete / Waste  
   
  Shipments of any Defective, Outdated, Obsolete, Unsellable , Waste
  articles shipped for purposes of Reclamation or Scrap articles of any kind
  will be accepted only when released at a value not exceeding $0.10 per
  pound per package. 
   
  Failure of the consignor to declare the commodity as a Defective,
  Outdated, Obsolete, Unsellable, Waste articles shipped for purposes of
  Reclamation or Scrap articles of any kind will not alter the application
  of this item.  
   
  Defective, Outdated, Obsolete, Unsellable, Waste articles shipped for
  purposes of Reclamation or Scrap articles of any kind are not eligible for
  Excess Liability.  In no event shall the Carrier's maximum liability
  exceed $0.10 per pound per package.   
    
  Section 3: Specific Liability Limitations 
   
  I. Limited Liability Commodities  
   
  When shipments contain any of the below commodities, either by specific
  NMFC or description, the Carrier's Liability will not exceed the Limited
  Liability per Pound or Maximum Liability per Occurrence, as shown in the
  below table.  Carrier's Liability is restricted to the lowest applicable
  Liability Limit Amount found within Tariff 100, item 780 and 781. Limited
  Liability Commodities tendered with an invoice value exceeding the below
  limitations are able to purchase Excess Liability at the applicable rates,
  defined herein.  
   
         Limited                                               Maximum 
        Liability     Description of Commodities    NMFC      Liability  
        Per Pound                                                Per  
                                                              Occurrence 
   
                    Incandescent, Fluorescent or    87800- 
          $0.10     other type of lighting bulb     87810       $10,000 
   
          $0.10     Household Goods                 100240      $10,000 
   
                                                    114000- 
          $0.50     Uncrated Machinery              133300      $50,000 
   
                                                    79000- 
          $2.00     Furniture Group                 82670       $50,000 
   
                    Furnaces, house heating, hot  
          $2.00     air                             26260- 
                                                    26282       $50,000 
   
          $2.00     Water Heaters                   26520- 
                                                    26525       $50,000 
   
                    Cards or Tickets, paper or   
          $5.00     plastic                         40750       $50,000 
   
          $5.00     Computer systems, components    116030      $50,000 
   
          $5.00     Boat Group                      24540- 
                                                    24544       $50,000 
   
                                                    108700- 
          $5.00     Ladders                         108922      $50,000 
   
                    Plasma, Projection, LCD, LED, 
                    and any other Television        63321- 
          $5.00     product                         63325       $50,000 
   
  II. YRC Freight Time Critical INET Shipments  
   
  EXCESS LIABILITY - Except as provided herein, shippers can request a
  maximum $125,000 of excess liability for customers who require carrier
  liability beyond the Standard or Released Value Goods Liability Limits.   
   
  When added to the initial Standard Liability Limit of $100,000 per
  shipment, the maximum liability will not exceed $225,000.   
   
  III. YRC Freight Time Critical ONET Shipments  
   
  EXCESS LIABILITY - Except as provided herein, shippers can request a
  maximum $125,000 of excess liability for customers who require carrier
  liability beyond the Standard or Released Value Goods Liability Limits.
   
  When added to the initial Standard Liability Limit of $100,000 per
  shipment, the maximum liability will not exceed $225,000.  
   
  Unless the tariff has a lower liability limit specified, in the event of
  loss, damage or delay to any shipment, the carrier's liability will not
  exceed $1.00 per pound per package, subject to a maximum liability of
  $100,000 per shipment, whichever is less, unless the shipper has requested
  excess liability coverage.  
   
  Except articles specifically named in this item, articles of extraordinary
  value will be accepted for shipment or as premiums accompanying other
  articles, provided the shipper requests excess liability coverage as
  provided herein.  Articles tendered with an invoice value exceeding $1.00
  per pound per package or $100,000 per shipment will be considered to be of
  extraordinary value. Such articles will not be accepted for transportation
  unless the shipper requests Excess Liability coverage.  
   
  Articles inadvertently accepted with an invoice value exceeding $1.00 per
  pound per package or $100,000 per shipment without Excess Liability
  coverage will be considered to have been released by the shipper at $1.00
  per pound per package or $100,000 per shipment, whichever is less.   
   
  USED COMMODITIES - Carrier's liability for Used Commodities (as described
  in Tariff 100, Item 110) is limited to the lesser of the actual value or,
  the released value shown in NMFC 100 series or, the lesser of the
  following applicable liability limits. 
   
  Released to a value of $0.10 per pound per package will be rated at 100%
  of applicable Class or Commodity Rates and/or 100% of the Minimum Charge. 
   
  IV. Canada Liability  
   
  See Tariff 100 Item 781  
   
  V. Mexico Liability  
   
  Unless the tariff has a lower liability limit specified, in the event of
  loss, damage or delay that occurs to any shipment in Mexico, or at the
  U.S. / Mexican border, the carrier's liability will not exceed $0.50 per
  pound per package up to a maximum of $5,000 per shipment whichever is
  less, for shipments with an origin or destination outside Mexico.
  Articles inadvertently accepted with an invoice value exceeding $0.50 per
  pound per package without Excess Liability coverage will be considered to
  have been released by the shipper at $0.50 per pound per package.  
   
  The provisions of this item that pertains to Mexico are applicable only
  for shipments received by YRC Freight, or when transportation is arranged
  by YRC Freight. 
   
  Liability Protection will apply only for the portion of transportation
  while in Mexico.   
   
  For shipments with an origin and destination of Mexico, not including the
  gateways of Juarez, CH; or Nuevo Laredo, TM; the carrier's liability will
  not exceed $0.10 per pound per package up to a maximum of $200 per
  shipment whichever is less.  Articles inadvertently accepted with an
  invoice value exceeding $0.10 per pound per package without Excess
  Liability coverage will be considered to have been released by the shipper
  at $0.10 per pound per package.  
   
  Except as provided herein, shippers can request a maximum $45,000 or
  $49,800 of Excess Liability for customers who require carrier liability
  beyond the Standard Liability Limits for a total of $50,000 when added to
  the initial Standard Liability Limits.  
   
  Table 1 below outlines the rate per additional $100 of coverage and the
  minimum that applies for Excess Liability coverage applicable for
  shipments within MEXICO. 
   
  Excess Liability is not available for Released Value goods that have a
  liability ceiling. EXAMPLE - Cellular Phones (NMFC 62820) can move at a
  maximum released value of $10.00 per pound (the ceiling), Excess Liability
  coverage is not available. 
   
  NON APPLICATION - Cargo protection excludes shipments of fresh fruits,
  plants, flowers, explosives and corrosive chemicals.  
   
  The charge for cargo protection shall be billed to the party responsible
  for paying transportation charges on the Mexico portion of the shipment.
   
  The following applies in the event of loss, damage or delay that occurs to
  any shipment in Mexico, or at the U.S. / Mexican border when either the
  origin or destination is outside of Mexico.   
   
  Carrier's liability for Used Commodities (as described in Tariff 100, Item
  110) is limited to the lesser of the actual value or, the released value
  shown in NMFC 100 series or, the lesser of the following applicable
  liability limits.  
   
      1. Released to a value of $0.10 per pound per package will be rated at
         100% of applicable Class or Commodity Rates and/or 100% of the
         Minimum Charge. 
   
  The lowest released value shown within this item will apply if the
  consignor fails to declare a value at time of shipment.  
   
  Used Commodities are not eligible for Excess Liability.  In no event shall
  the Carrier's maximum liability exceed $0.05 per pound per package for
  Used Commodities.  
   
  Defective / Obsolete / Waste - The following applies in the event of loss,
  damage or delay that occurs with an origin and destination of Mexico, not
  including the gateways of Juarez, CH' or Nuevo Laredo, TM.  Shipments of
  any Defective, Outdated, Obsolete, Unsellable, Waste articles shipped for
  purposes of Reclamation or Scrap articles of any kind will be accepted
  only when released at a value not exceeding $0.02 per pound per package.
   
  Defective, Outdated, Obsolete, Unsellable, Waste articles shipped for
  purposes of Reclamation or Scrap articles of any kind are not eligible for
  Excess Liability.  In no event shall the Carrier's maximum liability
  exceed $0.02 per pound per package.  
   
  VI. Ocean Liability  
   
  Except as provided herein, YRC Freight shall not be liable for any loss or
  damage to, or in connection with, the ocean transportation of goods in an
  amount exceeding $500 per package, or in case of goods not shipped in
  packages, per customary freight unit.  
   
  VII. Cargo Claims Liability and Indemnity FOR AIR SHIPMENTS  
   
  YRC Freight is a licensed indirect air carrier pursuant to the FAA laws
  and regulations. 
   
  In the event that YRC Freight, in its sole discretion, decides to use
  another indirect air carrier or a direct air carrier (hereinafter "air
  carrier") as substituted service, Shipper hereby agrees to be bound by
  such individual air carrier's bill of lading (whether issued or not) and
  such air carrier's applicable tariff(s), including, but not limited to,
  all limitations of liability and defenses therein.  
   
  YRC Freight's air bill of lading and air tariff(s) will take precedence in
  the event a conflict should arise between any air carrier's bill of lading
  and tariffs and YRC Freight's air bill of lading and air tariff(s).
  Furthermore, all YRC air limitations of liability, as stated or
  incorporated herein, will be applicable if YRC decides to transport the
  shipment via some other mode.  
   
  YRC Freight's limits of liability for cargo, loss and/or damage are stated
  below.  YRC Freight retains a lien on the shipment for all applicable
  transportation charges.   
   
  Shipper and YRC Freight hereby expressly waive any and all rights and
  remediesthat they may have against each other pursuant to the Interstate
  Commerce Commission Termination Act of 1995, as codified at 49 USC
  Subtitle IV, Part B, chapters 131-149.  All claims must be in writing.  
   
  All claims for loss, damage and/or delay (except concealed damage claims)
  must be filed in writing with YRC within ninety (90) days of the date of
  pick-up.   
   
  All claims for concealed damage must be filed in writing with YRC Freight
  within seven (7) days of the date of pick-up.   
   
  All lawsuits for cargo claims must be filed in a court of competent
  jurisdiction within one (1) year of the date of pick-up.   
   
  Shipper will comply with all federal laws and regulations regarding air
  cargo transportation.  Shipper will not tender any shipments that are
  prohibited for air transportation.  Hazardous materials/dangerous goods
  (as defined, and/or controlled, by the rules and regulations of IATA, ICAO
  or the US DOT) are strictly prohibited.   
   
  LIABILITY LIMITS - Unless the tariff has a lower liability limit
  specified, in the event of loss, damage or delay to any shipment, the
  carrier's liability will not exceed $0.50 per pound, per package or
  carton, subject to a maximum liability of $100,000 per shipment or actual
  value, whichever is less, unless the shipper requests and pays for "Excess
  Liability Coverage".  
   
  Used Commodities are not eligible for Excess Liability.  In no event shall
  the Carrier's maximum liability exceed $0.10 per pound per package for
  Used Commodities.  
   
  EXCESS LIABILITY - To request excess liability coverage the shipper must
  indicate in writing on the bill of lading at the time of shipment the
  total dollar amount of excess coverage requested (see examples below).
  The maximum liability will not exceed $2,000,000.00 when added to the
  initial maximum coverage.  In no case will the carrier's liability exceed
  the actual value of the property. 
   
  VIII. MAXIMUM LIABILITY - SPOT VOLUME 
   
  1.  This section applies when a shipper chooses to transport a shipment
      under Tariff RDWY 299 on behalf of itself, the consignee, or anyone
      claiming a beneficial interest in the shipment.  Maximum liability for
      shipments moving under rates in RDWY 299 Section 2 will be according
      to the following schedule: 
   
  USA and Canada 
   
  a.  MAXIMUM LIABILITY IS $1.00 PER LB., not to exceed $100,000.00 per
      shipment (whichever is less). All shipments except as provided in 1b.
      Not applicable to shipments from, to or moving within Mexico. 
   
      MAXIMUM LIABILITY OF $2.50 PER LB., $5.00 per lb., or $10.00 per lb.,
      not to exceed $100,000.00 per shipment (whichever is less) may apply
      but only when stated in the Quote Letter. 
   
  b.  Shipments to or from Mexico will be subject to the following cargo
      protection provisions.  Maximum liability will be limited to $0.50 per
      pound up to a maximum of $5,000.00 per shipment whichever is less, for
      shipments with an origin or destination outside Mexico.  For shipments
      with an origin and destination of Mexico, not including the Gateways
      of Juarez, CH; Nogales, SO or Nuevo Laredo, TM; the maximum liability
      will be limited to $0.10 per pound up to a maximum of $200.00 per
      shipment, whichever is less.  
   
      If the shipper desires to tender a shipment requiring excess carrier
      liability the shipper must indicate in writing on the bill of lading
      at the time of shipment the total dollar amount of excess coverage
      requested.  The maximum excess liability is $45,000 or $49,800 per
      shipment for a total of $50,000 when added to the initial maximum
      coverage.  In addition to all other charges,  the charges in Table #1
      apply when excess liability is requested.  
   
  2.  In consideration for the rate and charges offered by YRC Freight.  YRC
      Freight's maximum liability for any claim for loss, damage or delay to
      the property transported, or for any other damages claimed whatsoever,
      will be determined according to paragraphs 1A and 1B multiplied times
      the weight of each package lost, damaged or delayed or the actual
      damages sustained to the property, whichever is lower (See YRC
      Freight's rules tariff for the definition of package).  
   
  3.  If the shipper chooses to transport a shipment under this tariff but
      fails to designate a value, the maximum liability will be $1.00 per
      pound and despite any claimed notice to or agreement with any YRC
      employee, in no event will YRC Freight's liability extend to special,
      consequential, punitive damages other than those indicated in this
      item.  Shipments of used household goods and personal effects are
      subject to a maximum value of 10 cents per pound. 
   
  4.  The shipper designating this service on the Bill of Lading warrants
      and agrees to indemnify YRC Freight that it has authority to choose to
      use tariff RDWY 299 on behalf of any parties who claim an interest in
      this shipment.  Having made such a designation on the Bill of Lading
      and accepted the choices in this tariff, the failure of the shipper or
      its representative to sign the Bill of Lading shall not affect the
      validity of this agreement.  
   
  5.  The shipper may choose to ship their goods under other YRC tariffs
      which have different rates and liability choices.
  
  
                                      TABLE 1                                     
  
  BETWEEN ALL POINTS AND ALL POINTS.
  
                                     Q U A N T I T I E S
    TYPE    TYPE                                  UNIT OF ACTUAL/
  SHIPMENT CHARGE     RATE     PER     MIN    MAX MEASURE BILLED NOTES
    ALL    MIN       83.00 $   SHPT                             - NOTE 1
    ALL               3.80 $   CDOL                             - NOTE 1


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