# UCR Fees – 2010 Another Approach Dave Lazarides UCR Board Minutes 7-9-09 Exhibit 1.

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UCR Fees – 2010 Another Approach Dave Lazarides UCR Board Minutes 7-9-09 Exhibit 1

Come Up With A Fee Schedule That Addresses The Following Criteria: Embraces Entire 400K+ MCMIS “Universe” Calculates Fees Based On: – MCMIS “Power Units Only” – “Registered-Carriers-Only” Bracket Shift – Robust Registration Participation Maintain Bracket Equilibrium Put “Incentive” On States To Enforce Easily “Tweaked” By FMCSA Analysts

There are six (6) steps used to determine the 2010 UCR Fees using this methodology.

Step #1 Determine the Combined UCR Revenue Cap

Combined Revenue Cap – 2010 \$113,340,945 (Page 6 – Original Fee Recommendation)

Step #2 Calculate the new “maximum MCMIS Power-Unit-Only Revenue” figure.

Maximum MCMIS Revenue Includes The Entire MCMIS UCR Universe Registering The Power Unit Numbers Shown In MCMIS. Maximum MCMIS Revenue Implies: No Bracket Shift 100% Registration / Every Carrier 100% MCMIS Data Reliability Even so, ………

… In Order To Collect The Total Revenue Cap Entitlement of \$113MM, Maximum MCMIS Revenue Would Require A “Gross-Up Factor” of: 1.614286 (\$113MM / \$70MM) (For example, \$39 becomes \$63.)

Step #3a. Determine the Bracket Shift For Carriers Who Registered

2008 UCR Bracket Shift Matrix (Excluding 0-Column Carriers)

Bracket Shift History 2007 – 26.12% 2008 – 25.04% 2009 – 26.07%

Step #3b. Calculate the “Registration Participation Reasonableness” Factor.

“Registration Participation Reasonableness” (RPF) Factor

Step #4a Determine the “Post-Bracket Shift” and “Post-RPR Factor” Maximum Revenue

Step #5 Determine the “2010 Fee Adjustment Factor”

Step #6 Apply the 2010 UCR Fee Factor Equally Across All UCR Fees

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