Compliance is confusing

Before you hit the road take the time to put your compliance in order

Your future self will thank you

Compliance Steps

1 File for your MC and DOT number

2 Sign up for a drug consortium and testing

3 File for: BOC-3, IFTA, IRP, and UCR

4 Bind your insurance policy

5 Prepare for your new entrant audit

6 Prepare driver and equipment files

7 Start your compliant trucking company

Don’t Forget

1 Regulations​ require participation in a drug and alcohol testing consortium

2  FMCSA files must be completed prior to MC authority activation

3 The FMCSA will hold new authorities pending until a insurance policy is bound

4 All new carriers must go through a safety audit in their first 12 months of operations

5 Driver qualification and vehicle maintenance files must be recorded and maintained
for each employee asset

The trucking industry requires you to keep
your business compliant to stay active

Avoid making mistakes that will cost you your trucking company.
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How do I file for my trucking authority?

Whether you’re an experienced driver or completely new to the transportation industry, once you decide to become an owner-operator and work for yourself, you must file for your trucking authority.

Things you need before you start filing:

  • Know the type of authority you need to apply for
  • Have a business name and entity – file it with your state
  • Get an Employer Identification Number (EIN)
  • Get an insurance policy
  • Get your MC number