How to Get an MC Number

How to Get an MC Number

A division of the Department of Transportation, the purpose of the FMCSA is to keep injuries and commercial driver road incidents to a minimum. Transportation companies that meet certain criteria must apply for operating authority, also known as an MC number,...
Registering for a USDOT Number

Registering for a USDOT Number

Employers are required to register their commercial motor vehicles with the FMCSA to obtain a USDOT number. Vehicles that must register for a USDOT number are those used in interstate commerce and fall into one of the categories below: Have a GVWR of 10,001 pounds or...
What’s a BOC 3 Filing?

What’s a BOC 3 Filing?

If you’re a transportation company in the United States you must file a BOC-3 with the FMCSA before you’re permitted to legally operate. So, if you’re a motor carrier, broker, or freight forwarder and plan to conduct business across state lines...
Best Free Load Boards of 2022

Best Free Load Boards of 2022

Are you tired of having to pay to access truck loads, quality carriers and brokers, rates data, and other nifty features? Let’s discuss the benefits of using free load boards. What’s a Load Board? A load board is an easy way to connect carriers and...
The Difference between a DOT and MC Number

The Difference between a DOT and MC Number

The FMCSA requires trucking companies to fulfill various requirements before they’re allowed to legally operate. The conditions that exist for the trucking industry vary depending on the type of work you do. For example, you could be a trucker operating a...