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  • Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration requirement if one operates a vehicle with a gross weight over 26,000 lbs requiring them a (CDL) commercial driver’s license OR a passenger vehicle of 16 or more including driver (churches and non-profit organizations not exempt), then that driver must be in a DOT-compliant drug and alcohol testing program.  We under the legal and marketing umbrella of USDOT Compliance are such a DOT compliant drug and alcohol testing program. 
  • Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration requirement if one operates a vehicle with a gross weight over 26,000 lbs requiring them a (CDL) commercial driver’s license OR a passenger vehicle of 16 or more including driver (churches and non-profit organizations not exempt), then that driver must be in a DOT-compliant drug and alcohol testing program. We under the legal and marketing umbrella of USDOT Compliance are such a DOT-compliant drug and alcohol testing program.
  • Monthly delivery of pre and post trip inspection books.
  • DOT Number Deactivation / Out of Business Notification
  • This USDOT registration is per CFR ______________. HOW TO PAY FOR YOUR US DOT NUMBER REGISTRATION 1. Ensure you are using this page to register a brand new USDOT number 2. Click “Add to Cart” 3. Proceed through Checkout and pay online
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  • Under federal law 49 CFR Part 390, any motor carrier operator who crosses state lines and is for-hire is required to submit an FMCSA application. This application authorizes your interstate travel, and must be in place before your company’s driver(s) are legally able to travel across state lines for business. The Motor Carrier application must be renewed every 2 years.
  • Under federal law 49 CFR Part 390, any motor carrier operator who crosses state lines and is for-hire is required to submit an FMCSA application. This application authorizes your interstate travel, and must be in place before your company’s driver(s) are legally able to travel across state lines for business.
  • Under federal law 49 CFR Part 390, An authorized for-hire Motor Carrier that transports only household goods for the general public in exchange for payment. Household goods are personal items that will be used in a home. They include items shipped from a factory or store, if purchased with the intent to use in a home, and transported at the request of the householder who pays for the transportation charges. Motor Carriers of Household Goods must file proof of both public liability (BI & PD) and cargo insurance with FMCSA in order to obtain interstate Operating Authority.
  • MCS-150 Biennial Update

    $129.00 for 2 years
    Do you need to file your updating-your-registration? Maintain your USDOT compliance by filing and paying your fees to the US Department of Transportation with USDOT Compliance Services! The MSC-150, or updating-your-registration enables the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) to stay up to date with your relevant business changes and keep you federally complied. Why do I need the Motor Carrier Identification Report (MSC-150)? The MSC-150, is a special form needed to file or update your USDOT number. FMCSA requires you to fill out this form and update your information every two years. If you are no longer in business, you must file your MSC-150 to notify FMCSA. Failure to submit your updating-your-registration will result in the deactivation of your USDOT number. Failure to comply may also result in civil penalties of up to $1,000 per day ($10,000 max). This MSC-150/updating-your-registration is per CFR part 49 article 390.

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