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 USDOT Numbers are issued by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration ("FMCSA"), a division of the United States Department of Transportation ("USDOT"). You may obtain a USDOT Number for your commercial motor vehicle over 10,000 pounds through this website. DOTNumber.us is a private, third-party provider offering services for a fee. This is a commercial solicitation and advertisement. DOTNumber.us is NOT affiliated with any government authority. You may apply online or by calling our representatives: (800) 761-7308.
 
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Motor carriers, motor private carriers, freight forwarders, leasing companies and brokers based in the United States, Canada, Mexico, or any other country that operate in interstate or international commerce in the United States must register annually under the Unified Carrier Registration UCR program. For the for-hire carriers, Unified Carrier Registration UCR replaced the Single State Registration System SSRS program. The UCR program is similar to SSRS in that UCR is a Base-State system, under which a carrier pays Unified Carrier Registration UCR fees to all participating states.

 
The Following 41 States Currently Participate:
Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, West Virginia

 

 

 Entities not required to register under the Unified Carrier Registration UCR program include:

 
1. USDOT registrants (usually owner-operators that do not have interstate authority) under the PRISM program.

 
2. Purely intrastate carriers, that is, those that do not transport interstate freight or cross state lines.*
UCR fees are based on the total number of vehicles operated by a carrier.

 
Note: effective April 28, 2010, the Unified Carrier Registration UCR Board of Directors has changed the state Unified Carrier Registration UCR fee schedule that was in effect for 2007, 2008 & 2009. Trailers are no longer counted as vehicles. The number of commercial motor vehicles for purposes of determining carrier Unified Carrier Registration UCR fees is the number of self-propelled commercial motor vehicles the carrier reported in the most recent Form MCS-150 filed with the FMCSA.
Carriers must update their MCS-150 record at least every two years.
 

NOTICE:

DOTNumber.us is a private, third-party filing assistance service that charges a consulting fee to secure registrants' MC and/or USDOT numbers from the United States Government and UCR. This service is independently offered and operated by Excelsior Enterprises International, Inc. (Excelsior).  It is not the Department of Transportation or any state agency and is not endorsed by or affiliated with any United States Government or state agency. By using this website, you agree to hold Excelsior, DOTNumber.us and its owners free from any and all litigation that may arise from the use of this website. You will be billed by our parent company "DOTFilings.com". All sales are final. Once an order number has been assigned, no refund will be issued. Fees for Unified Carrier Registration are based on actual number of vehicles in carrier's fleet. Example advertised is for one truck. Change in definition notice: effective 2010 a tractor-trailer now counts as just one vehicle subject to UCR filing requirements. Process Agent BOC-3 filing fee is included on all Interstate Motor Carrier Authority and Freight Broker License orders.

 

REFUND POLICY: ONCE AN ORDER IS PLACED THERE ARE NO CANCELLATIONS OR REFUNDS.


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