The following table summarizes the HOS regulations for property-carrying and passenger-carrying drivers.
The U.S. commercial trucking industry is one of the biggest industries in the country these days. Consequently, the U.S. government made known its plans to toughen its implementation of fuel-efficiency standards for heavy and medium-duty trucks.
Lytx and SmartDrive are two of the leading vendors for truck video systems. These can involve forward cameras to capture accident scene detail, and dashcams to capture driver performance.
Coast to Coast Services is the best place to get your authority, whether you’re applying for MC authority, state authority, broker authority, or the DOT numbers. We help truck drivers navigate through the complexities of applying for the permits that allow them to stay legal and on the road.
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We are licensing specialists that act as your agent in Oklahoma. The benefits of registering in Oklahoma are: 1)You do not pay state excise tax, state sales tax, or state property tax on your tractor or trailer, new or existing equipment! We supply you with an Oklahoma
The most important thing you need is all those permits that your company took care of for you to stay legal and stay on the road. As an owner-operator, you can either take care of those yourself or you can get a permitting specialist to take care of them for you. That’s what Coast to Coast Services does best!
Bad actors beware. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has issued a new final rule that will empower the agency to go after existing companies and drivers that have a “pattern” of safety violations.
Texting or using a handheld mobile device while driving is illegal for interstate truck drivers and carries the maximum points under the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Compliance, Safety, Accountability enforcement regime.
DOT #: A number assigned by the Department of Transportation
TX DOT: Allows you to haul loads in Texas
The Standard Carrier Alpha Code, a two-to-four digit identification, is used by the transportation industry to identify freight carriers in computer systems and shipping documents such as Bill of Lading, Freight Bill, Packing List, and Purchase Order. It is also used by the American National Standards Institute, Accredited Standards Committee X12, and United Nations EDIFACT for Electronic Data Interchange computer systems.