SAME DAY NATIONAL BOC-3 PROCESS

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OUR NATIONAL SERVICE PROCESS AGENCY IS LICENSED AND ACCREDITED BY THE FMCSA


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ANNUAL FILINGS

US Compliance Services provides a full BOC-3 service, with annual filings. This includes FMCSA address and phone number changes and USDOT updates.

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NATIONAL COVERAGE

Our BOC-3 process agents have you covered anywhere your truck can take you to in the continental United States. This means that no matter where your company takes you, our Blanket of Coverage is there.

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SERVICE

We know how important your trucking business is to you. That is why we make it our top priority to get you on the road fast. We offer same-day processing on BOC-3 services, as well as USDOT and MC number filings.

WHAT IS A BOC-3?

A BOC-3 is a filing requirement by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). It designates agents of process in each state who are able to receive official paperwork and services on the company's behalf.

US Compliance Services is a FMCSA registered Process Service Agency that manages your BOC-3 Process Service filing. The FMCSA requires that all transportation companies (motor carriers, brokers, and freight forwarders) have a BOC-3 Process Service on file.

The BOC-3 filing designates a transportation company's process service agent on record for every state in which they operate or have contracts. New transportation companies without a BOC-3 filing will not be granted their Operating Authority (MC#). Similarly, existing transportation companies will lose their legal operating authority status without a valid BOC-3 filing.

 

WHAT IS A PROCESS AGENT?

A Process Agent is a representative whom can receive court papers in any proceeding on behalf of a motor carrier, broker or freight fowarder. A process agent will accept legal papers on your company's behalf and get them to you in a timely manner, before a judgement can be levied against you.

The FMCSA provides a list of licensed and certified process agencies on their website. A Process Service Agency manages your designated process agents (BOC-3) on your behalf. US Compliance Services is proud to be licensed and certified with the FMCSA. To see a full list of licensed service process agencies, go to the FMCSA's website at:

 

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Let our team of experts walk you through the USDOT application process. We can get you a USDOT number same day, and provide you with a thorough review to ensure that you are in compliance with all FMCSA and USDOT regulations. Call today to get your USDOT number.

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