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US Compliance Services provides transparent and honest service in the trucking compliance industry. We know exactly what our customers need to maintain FMCSA and DOT compliance, and that is exactly what we provide. Have confidence knowing that you are in full compliance with US Compliance Services.
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When it comes to our goal of customer satisfaction, the proof is in the pudding; we work hard to earn and keep your business. Our friendly team of compliance agents are qualified and eager to answer any FMCSA and USDOT compliance questions or concerns you may have. Trust the experts at US Compliance Services to handle your transportation permitting and compliance
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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 DOT numbers, as well as 24-hour turnaround on most services. Call us today to cut through the red tape and get started on your trucking career.
WHAT IS THE UCR?
The UCR (Unified Carrier Registration) is a program that replaced the (SSRS) Single State Registration System. The UCR program was implemented on September 10, 2007. The SSRS expired in December 2006.
The UCR Program requires individuals and companies that operate commercial motor vehicles in interstate or international commerce within and from participating states to register their business with a base state and pay an annual fee based on the size of their fleet. This includes ALL commercial carriers - private, exempt, or for hire. Brokers, freight forwarders and leasing companies are also required to register and pay a fee, unless they also operate as a motor carrier.
Each company is required to pay its UCR fee with its base state (the state in which your company operates out of). If your base state does not participate in the program you are required to pay your UCR fee through a neighboring, participating state. Currently, the following states are not participating in the UCR program: Arizona, Florida, Hawaii, Maryland, Nevada, New Jersey, Oregon, Vermont, Wyoming and the District of Columbia.
The fee structure of the UCR pogram is based on the company's fleet size. The amount of vehicles in operation within a company will determine the annual fee that company is expected to render.
US Compliance Services charges a flat fee of $75.00 to process the UCR application, regardless of fleet size. The 2021 UCR program follows the following fee structure, including application processing fee.
- 0-2 vehicles = $145.00
- 3-5 vehicles = $275.00
- 6-20 vehicles = $470.00
- 21-100 vehicles = $1,410.00
To get expert assistance with you UCR application, call our friendly and knowledgeable team at 877-352-1996.
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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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