The Federal Communications Commission is trying to set the rules for the use of private-sector vehicles on the road.
The agency is looking at how to regulate the use and maintenance of vehicles that are rented out, leased or sold.
The rules are a first step in trying to figure out how to deal with the growing popularity of private vehicle fleets, which account for about one-fifth of all U.S. passenger cars and trucks.
A spokeswoman for the agency, Jennifer Albrecht, said the agency is not expected to make a decision on the issue until mid-October.
“We need to hear from the public, and this is something we’re going to be taking seriously,” she said.
The rule would require private vehicles to be registered, license plates, be insured, be certified as being equipped with a vehicle service manual and be equipped with an advanced vehicle service record.
That information would help insurance companies determine if a vehicle is suitable for sale, according to the agency’s website.
The public has a right to know where vehicles are parked, according the agency.
“It is important that the public knows how their vehicles are being used and when they’re being used,” said the spokeswoman, who declined to be named because she was not authorized to speak to the media.
The FCC is reviewing how to address private vehicle use on the roads.
In March, it released a set of rules that require that private vehicles park in designated spots, with drivers required to stay at least 500 feet (152 meters) away from other vehicles.
But the agency has not released the rules’ rules on parking, nor has it released information about the vehicles that would be subject to those rules.
The company that runs the fleet of the Tesla Model S sedan, owned by the Los Angeles-based company Tesla Motors, has been lobbying to have its vehicles registered in the U.K. Since then, it has begun asking drivers to pay a fee to register their vehicles in the country.
The fee covers the cost of registration and the costs of driving the vehicles, as well as other costs associated with owning a vehicle, such as insurance and insurance company fees.
Tesla said in a statement that it was interested in the rule, which would require that vehicles park at least 1,000 feet (305 meters) from other cars and 400 feet (120 meters) off the roadway.
The Model S is one of the most popular electric vehicles on U.N. roads.
The electric car is more than capable of going from zero to 60 mph in less than 3 seconds and is designed to travel on paved or gravel roads.
Tesla has said that it is working to install automated parking systems on private vehicles.
The cars are parked in designated parking lots, but the vehicles are not required to use those spaces.
The new rules would require all private vehicles in U.L.A. to register and have their plates and service records updated every six months.
A private vehicle registration, license plate and service record would have to be in the possession of the vehicle’s owner for at least two years.
The fees would be based on the number of days the vehicle is in the fleet and the length of time that it has been used.
If the vehicle has been in the city for more than two years, the fee would increase by $100 per month, or $500 per year.