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New authority Setup

Motor Carrier (MC) number
US DOT Numbers
BOC-3 (Process Agent Filing)
UCR's
Permits (KYU, NY HUT)
Standard Carrier Alpha Code (SCAC)
Entity Formation & Dun’s Number
Website Landing Page

Basic MC Authority Setup

Motor Carrier (MC) number
US DOT Number
BOC-3 Filing
30 minute Consultation

Deluxe Authority Setup

Motor Carrier (MC) number
US DOT Number
BOC-3 Filing
1 Hour Consultation
Current Year UCR
State Permits (KYU, NY HUT)
SCAC
2290 Filings
IRP and IFTA Support

our Complete compliance support services

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Motor Carrier (MC) number
US DOT Numbers
BOC-3 (Process Agent Filing)
Unified Carrier Registration (UCR's) Registration
Permits (KYU, NY HUT)
State Permits (KYU, NY HUT)
2290 Filings
The International Registration Plan (IRP) Support
International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) Support
IFTA Renewals

Background Checks
Moto Vehicle Reports
Clearinghouse Setup and Queries
New Entrant Audit Support
Standard Carrier Alpha Code (SCAC) Application
Intermodal Setup Help
Standard Carrier Alpha Code (SCAC)
Driver Qualification Files

COMPLIANCE FAQ

Motor Carriers who apply for their Motor Carrier Authority are referred to as New Entrants. They will be subjected to a New Entrant Safety Audit within the first 12 months of receiving their authority. The FMCSA will verify that the company has proper safety policies and procedures in place. If the Motor Carrier fails the New Entrant Audit they may lose their Motor Carrier Authority.

Interstate Operating Authority is authority granted by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) which allows your trucking company to work for-hire across state lines (nationally).


When you haul freight only within a single state’s borders, you are operating as an INTRA-State Motor Carrier. INTRA-State Motor Carriers are required to obtain intrastate Operating Authority. Each state has different rules and regulations concerning Intrastate transportation. Furthermore, the agencies that govern Intrastate transportation vary from state to state.

Vehicle registration for tractor and trailer, IRP Cab Card (INTERSTATE AUTHORITY), proof of insurance, UCR registration receipts, IFTA license (INTERSTATE AUTHORITY) , DOT annual inspection, KYU, NY Hut, NM, OR licenses/decals, paper log book, ELD Malfunction Card, Lease Agreement – where applicable.

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