$ 289.00 Only
Product Code: 38
Order a number on this page
Carriers across the US and California depend on our CA Number services
Adhere to California Vehicle Code (CVC) Section 34507.5
We work with the CHP (California Highway Patrol)
Each commercial vehicle operating in California must secure a trademark or name
Get Your CA Number Today To Secure a CHP Motor Carrier Permit
Our organization is ready to help you get your CA Number right now. All you've got to do is order a number on this page. Or, you're welcome to give the FMCSA Registration LLC team a call at any time. Keep in mind that you need a CA Number to secure your Motor Carrier Permit. That permit gets issued by the CHP: California Highway Patrol. Our team works with the CHP to ensure our customers stay in full compliance. Plus, we can handle all forms of FMCSA and DOT registration.
Most In-State & Out-Of-State Carriers Need CA Numbers
Thousands of carriers across the US and California depend on our CA Number services. So, let’s go over what counts as an “in-state carrier.” It’s a commercial vehicle operating in California on an exclusive basis. This carrier must get both a CA Number and a Motor Carrier Permit. Plus, in 2016, the Department of Transportation (DOT) issued a new law. In-state carriers must now also secure a US DOT Number. Please let our organization know if you need a DOT Number. We can provide one to you through a variety of five-star reviewed trucking packages.
Many out-of-state carriers also must secure a CA Number according to CA laws. But that’s not the only trucking registration this type of carrier needs. A lot of out-of-state carriers also have to get both a DOT Number and Motor Carrier Permit. Otherwise, these carriers cannot transport goods through California. If you have any questions about the Motor Carrier Permit, do not hesitate to call us. Our team is standing by to help you get the permit and a CA/DOT number.
Make Sure You Comply With the CA Number Display Process in California
Every motor carrier must adhere to California Vehicle Code (CVC) Section 34507.5. This CA motor vehicle code for carriers is clear. Every type of motor carrier has to get a carrier identification number. The number gets assigned to the motor carrier through the CA Dept. of Motor Vehicles. Our organization works one-on-one with this CA department. This way, our customers can secure CA numbers ASAP. The code also demands where to place your carrier identification number. It has to get displayed on both sides of every motor vehicle. If you have questions about displaying your number, call us right now. This way, we can help you avoid expensive CA DMV, DOT, and FMCSA fines.
Get Your CA Number & Motor Carrier Permit Today
Trust us, it’s crucial to have a Motor Carrier Permit. Operating in California without one can result in big-time penalties. The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) doesn’t play games. It’s ready to fine or penalize a CA motor carrier at any time. Through our services, you and your carrier won’t have to worry. We can provide you with the carrier permit ASAP. But we don't stop there. The FMCSA Registration LLC team’s standing by to give you a CA Number. We work with the CHP (California Highway Patrol) to do so.
Don't waste time using the complicated CA DMV website to find the CA CHP form. Instead, our trucking compliance experts can fill out the CA CHP form on your behalf. Next thing you know, your carrier can have an active motor carrier listing. This refers to the California Department of Motor Vehicles ( CA DMV) website. The site lists CA Numbers that connect to each active motor carrier. If you're not on the list, our team’s ready to put you on it right now.
How the CA Name/Trademark Process Works
Each commercial vehicle operating in California must secure a trademark or name. It gets displayed on both sides of every commercial vehicle. The trademark/name must appear legible 50 feet away from a truck in CA. (This applies to daylight hours.) Every trademark/name refers to a person that has authority for operating the vehicle. Or, the name can sometimes feature the individual who serves as the lessor or lessee. This refers to California (CA) Vehicle (CVC) Sections 27900 (a) and 27901.
If you have questions about these CA laws, do not hesitate to contact us now. Our trucking industry experts can go over CA 27900 (a) and 27901 with ease. This way, you can maintain superb standing with the CA DMV, FMCSA, and USDOT. We can also help you adhere to all California Highway Patrol (CHP) regulations. The process for getting and maintaining a CA Number has never been this easy.
How Can I Get My CA Number?
Getting your new CA Number is simple. You can order a number on this page. Or, you can call our organization to order one over the phone. In the past, carriers could only secure CA Numbers through the CHP. (This meant having to use the California Highway Patrol website.) But our organization can get you the number faster and without confusing paperwork. You won’t have to waste time browsing the complicated CA DMV website. And our team of trucking experts can fill out any CHP form on your behalf. We update our website to follow all CA Dept. of Motor Vehicles (DMV) laws. Our mission is to get your carrier listed on the CA active motor carrier list. This way, your CA Number will stay official across the entire state.
What Is a CA Number For?
A CA # refers to the official CA Carrier Identification Number. The number gets issued through the California Highway Patrol. Why? So that the CHP can recognize each motor carrier with ease. The mission of our organization is to get your CA Number registered with the CA DMV. This way, you can start trucking with an official Motor Carrier Permit. Of course, you’ll only need the permit if your carrier plans on operating in California.
The California government is strict when it comes to commercial motor vehicle regulations. Every commercial motor vehicle with a GVW over 10,000 pounds must stay in compliance. They maintain compliance through a California Motor Vehicle Permit Number. A carrier then displays the number (with permanent lettering) on a vehicle. Keep in mind that you also have to display your official company name. This refers to the name used when you completed your vehicle registration. The name must go onto either the box of your truck or the door of the truck. Keep in mind that the motor carrier permit gets provided through the CA DMV. But our organization can communicate with the CA DMV on your behalf. The permit will give you immediate proof of registration with the CA DMV. Plus, you’ll have an official CA # (Carrier Identification Number).
Is a CA Number the Same as a DOT Number?
No, the CA and DOT Number are two separate forms of trucking registration. But CA in-state carriers have to secure both types of numbers. This applies to any in-state CA carrier that’s operating a commercial vehicle. If you're under this designation, then you need to get a CA Number. But that’s not all. You must also secure a CA Motor Carrier Permit. Through our FMCSA compliance services, our team can provide you with this registration. Not to mention, we’re the number one resource in the US for getting DOT Numbers.
Get a Federal DOT Number Through FMCSA Registration LLC
Almost all commercial motor vehicle carriers need a federal DOT Number. And our organization can secure one for you right now. A trucker must have this number before crossing California state lines. Through the registration process, you’ll need to provide us with your Federal ID number. Any motor carrier involved in transportation services has to use this number. So, please let us know today if you need a US DOT Number. Our organization works with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). We help countless carriers get their USDOT Numbers every single week. If you have questions about getting a federal DOT Number, please call us now.
Why You Need a CA Number Today
Thousands of in-state and out-of-state carriers need CA Numbers every week. In fact, almost every single CA in-state career needs the number. Why? Because the number applies to carriers operating commercial vehicles in California. Without the number, a carrier can face severe penalties and fines from the FMCSA. Plus, the US DOT and CA DMV can also provide big-time fines if you don't have a number.
The CA DMV also makes in-state carriers get a Motor Carrier Permit and DOT Number. Even many out-of-state carriers need to get the CA Motor Carrier Permit. Also, tons of them also must conduct CA Number registration. And, of course, secure a DOT Number. Our organization is here to take care of this for you right now. This way, you can avoid getting fined into nonexistence by the federal/CA government.
FMCSA Registration LLC has been a life-saver for my company. They ensure that my employees comply with all FMCSA regulations. We haven’t been fined or penalized in many years. And I owe that to the great folks at FMCSA Registration LLC. They are the only third-party registration service that I trust.
My organization has been securing DOT Numbers, MC Numbers, UCR Registration, and all other FMCSA requirements from FMCSA Registration LLC for well over a decade. Why? Their services are lightning-fast, their customer service is excellent, and they go the extra mile to make sure that we maintain full compliance at all times. A+++.
FMCSA Registration LLC Is Ready To Get You a California DOT Number
Our team of CA trucking experts are ready to assist you with any registration process. And that includes getting your California DOT Number today. In fact, there's no type of federal or CA trucking registration that we cannot provide. From a Motor Carrier Permit to IFTA and IRP state compliance registration. Our professional agents excel in all aspects of trucking authority compliance. We have many years of experience that make us the number one resource in trucking.
If you have questions about CA Numbers or anything else, do not hesitate to call us. We’ll provide first-rate information to ensure you register with CA/federal documents. You're only seconds away from starting the process of getting a CA DOT Number. And we look forward to working one-on-one with you every step of the way.