AVRT 100 Tariff Disclaimer
AVRT 100 includes Averitt's general and terminal services rules and charges including, but in no way limited to, accessorial charges, fuel surcharge, and liability limitations. This tariff and its supplement and/or successive issues are applicable to all traffic except as otherwise provided. Rates will be negotiated and set via a separate written agreement that shall and must incorporate AVRT 100.
Important Legal Notice:
- Tariff information provided on this website is subject to change without prior notice. All shipments are subject to Averitt tariffs in effect on the date of the shipment as maintained at Averitt's principal place of business in Cookeville, Tennessee. All transportation charges on a shipment will be assessed on the basis of provisions legally in effect at the time of shipment and on the characteristics of the freight actually tendered to Averitt. In the event of a conflict between tariff as provided herein and the actual tariffs maintained by Averitt at its general office, such tariffs maintained at its principal place of business will prevail.
- This notice supersedes and negates any claimed oral or written contract, promise, agreed upon representation, or understanding between the parties, except to the extent of any written, individual published exception to this tariff or a written contract signed by an authorized representative of Averitt. Only a company officer, the Director of Pricing and Traffic, or an appropriate designee is authorized to sign transportation contracts.
Except where limited otherwise, Averitt's liability for loss, damage, or delay will not exceed five dollars ($5.00) per pound per package, subject to a maximum liability of one-hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00) per shipment, whichever is lower, unless the Shipper, at time of shipment, has requested excess valuation coverage pursuant to the terms of AVRT 100.
- All shipments tendered to Averitt are subject to the terms and conditions of the National Motor Freight Classification ("NMFC") Uniform Domestic Bill of Lading as in effect the date of shipment. All cargo claims must be filed with the Averitt within nine (9) months of the date of delivery or within nine (9) months of a reasonable time for delivery if a complete loss. Any lawsuit relating to a cargo claim filed with Averitt must be filed within two (2) two years and one (1) day of the timely filing of such cargo claim with Averitt.
4. A copy of the current AVRT 100 maintained by Averitt at its principal place of business will be made available upon request.