The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) will soon be releasing a rule to prohibit the sale of some parts of an industrial-grade railway vehicle.
That includes parts used to haul heavy machinery such as rail cars, trains and trucks, as well as engines, brake drums, wheels and other parts.
The rule, which the FRA hopes to announce as soon as this week, applies to the railroads in the railcar industry and includes specific requirements that will apply to any equipment used in locomotives and trains.
These parts are used in the engine, braking, and control systems of most modern rail cars and trucks.
If you are using these parts, you will have to follow the FSA’s “safety rules,” and you will need to register with them, as mandated by federal law.
But if you are not, the FHA says you may not sell those parts to anyone.
If the FAA says you are selling the parts, it will ask for an identification number to track your sale, and you’ll need to comply with all of the requirements.
These requirements may include: If you buy the part from a manufacturer, you need to give them a safety label to indicate that the parts are for use in the production of equipment.