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Classification Phraseology as of:
1/1/2018
 
Classification Code:
8392
 
Phraseology:

AUTOMOBILE OR TRUCK STORAGE GARAGES OR PARKING STATIONS OR LOTS — no repair — including cashiers

Footnote:

This classification applies to automobile or truck storage garages, parking stations or lots where the primary (over 50% of gross receipts) operations are the storing or parking of automobiles or trucks with incidental sale of gasoline or oil or servicing, including washing, polishing or oil changing. If 50% or more of the gross receipts are derived from the sale of gasoline or oil or automobile or truck servicing, the operations shall be assigned to the applicable Automotive Industry Group classification.

This classification does not apply to automobile or truck storage garages, parking stations or lots at which the operations include repairing automobiles or trucks; such operations shall be assigned to the applicable Automotive Industry Group classification.

Parking attendants on the payroll of enterprises, including but not limited to, hotels, restaurants, stores, apartment complexes, commercial or industrial buildings, or theaters that operate parking facilities for their own customers or tenants shall be classified with the enterprise.

Towing, roadside assistance, and freeway service patrol operations when conducted on vehicles not owned by the employer shall be separately classified as 7227, Automobile or Truck Towing, Roadside Assistance or Freeway Service Patrol. Classification 7227 includes the storage of impounded vehicles that the employer tows to its premises.

"Roadside assistance" refers to services provided to the vehicle owner under an agreement with a third party (such as a motor club or law enforcement agency). Contemplated services include changing tires, jump-starting batteries, replacing batteries, supplying a small amount of gasoline or performing minor vehicle repairs such as reattaching ignition wires or battery cables.

Industry Group/Related Classifications:
Approved Pure Premium Rate:
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Effective DatePure Premium RateNote
1/1/2018$4.59New/Renewal
7/1/2017$5.75New/Renewal
1/1/2017$6.23New/Renewal
Prior Phraseology and Footnote:
Shown below is the previously published phraseology and footnoteEffective Date

Phraseology:
AUTOMOBILE OR TRUCK STORAGE GARAGES OR PARKING STATIONS OR LOTS — no repair — including cashiers

Classification 8392 shall not be used for division of payroll in connection with Classifications 8387(1), Automobile or Truck Gasoline Service Stations, 8387(2), Automobile or Truck Oil and Fluid Replacement Service Facilities, 8387(3), Automobile or Truck Washing Facilities, or 8389, Automobile or Truck Repair Facilites, unless the operation described by Classification 8392 constitutes a separate and distinct enterprise having no connection with the operations covered by Classifications 837(1), 8387(2), 8387(3) or 8389.

Footnote
This classification applies to automobile or truck storage garages, parking stations or lots where the operations are restricted to the storing or parking of automobiles or trucks with incidental sale of gasoline or oil or servicing, including washing, polishing or oil changing, but does not apply to facilities at which the operations include repairing automobiles or trucks. Such facilities shall be assigned to the applicable Automotive Industry Group classification.

Parking attendants on the payroll of enterprises, including but not limited to, hotels, restaurants, stores, apartment complexes, commercial or industrial buildings, or theaters that operate parking facilities for their own customers or tenants shall be classified with the enterprise.

Towing, roadside assistance, and freeway service patrol operations when conducted on vehicles not owned by the employer shall be separately classified as 7227, Automobile or Truck Towing, Roadside Assistance or Freeway Service Patrol. Classification 7227 includes the storage of impounded vehicles that the employer tows to its premises.

"Roadside assistance" refers to services provided to the vehicle owner under an agreement with a third party (such as a motor club or law enforcement agency). Contemplated services include changing tires, jump-starting batteries, replacing batteries, supplying a small amount of gasoline or performing minor vehicle repairs such as reattaching ignition wires or battery cables.

1/1/2015
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