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OPERATE YOUR MOTOR CARRIER LEGALLY WITH OUR ALL-INCLUSIVE TRUCK PERMIT SERVICES

April 6, 2022 by admin0Trucking

Before operating as a trucking company in the United States, there are numerous permits and licenses you must obtain and keep current. Adhering to these regulations is key to maintaining your legal authority. It also indicates you have the skills, knowledge, and determination to ensure the safe movement of drivers, freight, and other commercial road users. Failure to comply can result in state-imposed penalties, denial, revocation, and suspension of your license. Global Multi services have the expertise and experience to help you navigate required permits before you hit the road. We provide trucking permit services to ensure you stay in compliance with regulations.

DIFFERENT PERMITS AND LICENSES

UCR PERMIT

The Unified Carrier Registration is compulsory for motor carriers hauling freight across states and international borders. Trucking companies must register in their base jurisdiction to obtain UCR Permit. They are also required to pay an annual fee according to the number of vehicles in their fleet. Failure to comply with this regulation can lead to detention and penalties by the officials.

MC AUTHORITY

Trucking authority is a unique identifier issued to commercial trucking companies by the  Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to participate in interstate commerce. Obtaining your MC Authority gives you complete freedom to run your trucking business and stay compliant with the industry regulations.

USDOT NUMBER

USDOT Number is issued to trucking companies by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to monitor the safety information obtained during compliance reviews, crash investigations, and inspections. It also ensures safe, modern, and efficient transport systems in the United States. Failure to obtain your USDOT Number can lead to costly fines and penalties.

MOTOR CARRIER PERMIT

A motor carrier permit is a document issued to motor carriers as evidence of registration with the Department of Motor Vehicles. It also indicates meeting all the requirements to operate commercially in the United States. The permit contains information specific to the motor carrier information such as Name, CA#, Mailing address, permit expiration date, and many more.

IRP PLATES

The  International Registration Plan allows motor carriers to operate in all 48 contagious states and Canadian provinces at a specific weight with one plate. Motor carriers must register in their base jurisdiction to receive IRP Plates. They must also track and report the mileage driven in each jurisdiction and file IRP Plate Renewal quarterly to stay compliant.

IFTA PERMITS

The International Fuel Tax Agreement allows motor carriers to use a single fuel license while operating across member jurisdictions. Qualified motor carriers must register, obtain IFTA permits and file IFTA Fuel Tax Returns in their base jurisdiction.

OTHER PERMITS

Trucking companies need to obtain a New Mexico permit, Kentucky Permit, New York HUT, and Oregon permits to travel across these states. Motor carriers planning to operate across Canada must also register and obtain a Canada permit to be eligible.

THE BENEFITS OF USING GLOBAL MULTI SERVICES

PROVIDE THE PERMIT YOU NEED

Every state has different permit regulations, and motor carriers operating interstate must have the permits to avoid penalties. Understanding the permits you need in each state can be stressful and confusing. That’s why we are here to take on the process for you. We will help you get all the permits you need to travel in each state.

FAST PROCESSING TIME

Applying for permits in different states can be time-consuming. Your application can also be delayed or canceled if you make mistakes. Global Multi Services speeds up the process for you without error. We know the requirements for each state and will get all the permits you need in the shortest possible time.

THE BOTTOM LINE

Global Multi Services offers fast, easy, and affordable trucking permits. Our specialists will work with you to keep you and your fleet up-to-date.