Broker Authority

Broker Authority

WHAT IS A BROKER?

Trucking freight brokers act as a liaison between the individual or business that needs shipping services and authorized motor carriers. They play an important role in determining the needs of the former and connecting them to truckers. Earning commissions for their work, they also keep the truckers’ business going by providing them with customers that pay for the transportation service. However, to operate legally, they must first obtain a license from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).

The permitting specialists at Coast to Coast Services facilitate the MC number application of freight brokers. As a full-service licensing consultant company, they assist clients in the processing of permits required by various government agencies. These include MC Authority (ICC), State Authority, Broker Authority, US DOT number, Texas DOT, and Unified Carrier Registration (UCR). Broker Authority is also called a Broker License. Broker Authority is required to broker freight from shippers. Moreover, they ensure that their clients also possess other required paperwork related to tax, insurance, and interstate travel. They accomplish this in partnership with agencies like TRICOR Insurance and the National Transportation Insurance Service.