DOT Number Deactivation
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Our experts are standing by to help you deactivate your US DOT number.
File a DOT Out of Business Notification
Our Deactivation Services Can Save Your Carrier Time & Money
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FMCSA can provide you with an updated number status report.
DOT Number Deactivation & Out of Business Notification Services
Are you or your carrier in need of DOT number deactivation? If so, the FMCSA Registration LLC team is here to assist. Our experts are standing by to help you deactivate your US DOT number. Or, we can even suspend the number on your behalf. All you've got to do is order the deactivation of your number here on our website. Plus, you can pick up the phone and give our team a call at any time for trucking authority package. DOT number deactivation isn’t our only speciality. We can also take care of USDOT number registration and provide an MCS-150 update.
How To File Your DOT Number Deactivation Through FMCSA Registration LLC
You can file DOT number deactivation through our services motor carrier authority. All you've got to do is fill out a brief application. The application will deactivate and revoke your current US DOT number. Then, deactivation will take place across all (DOT and FMCSA) agencies trucking company package. Next, our experts can file your paperwork with the US DOT and FMCSA. This way, we can close your DOT number per official FMCSA policies.
Remember that all DOT authority package numbers without deactivation are subject to full-scale federal mandates broker authority. This means that you or your carrier could get penalized for a lack of compliance. That’s why it’s crucial for you to deactivate your number ASAP. And our registration team can do so at lightning speed. As a result, you can protect yourself from DOT and FMCSA fines and penalties.
File a DOT Out of Business Notification
You're welcome to use our services to file an out of business notification Georgia DOT Number. Make sure that you use this page to update the out of business filing. All you've got to do is select your quantity and then add the filing to your cart. Then, you can head over to Checkout and pay online for the filing. One of our compliance coordinators can then contact you. This way, we can certify that the deactivation gets processed or completed. Do you have questions about a US DOT out of business notification or filing? If so, do not hesitate to call the FMCSA Registration LLC team today.
How Do I Know if I Need a US DOT Number?
Let’s now go over the basics on whether you and your motor carrier need a US DOT number and MC Number. Do you have a vehicle with a gross weight rating over 10,000 pounds? If so, you and your carrier must have an active DOT number. (This also applies to a vehicle combination, like trailer and vehicle weight combined.) Say your business uses a vehicle to transport more than eight people for profit. That means you also need to have an active DOT number and MCS-90. And the rule also applies to not-for-profit carriers transporting 16+ people. And if you haul hazardous materials (HazMat), then you also need to have the number.
Are You Unsure if You Should Deactivate Your Number? Call Us Now
It’s easy for us to tell you to deactivate your Texas DOT number if you do not need it. But what if you're unsure if you need the number? It’s simple. Give FMCSA Registration LLC a call right now. Our experts can assess your information and provide informed advice. You can also message us on our website or even send out an email.
Keep in mind that interstate companies aren’t the only carriers with Tennessee DOT Numbers. Say that your carrier conducts business within state lines. If so, your company gets classified by the DOT as an intrastate carrier. And almost all intrastate carriers must have active DOT numbers. As a result, our deactivation services are for interstate and intrastate carriers alike. But again, say that you have a question about DOT qualifications. It’s best to contact us before you apply for a new number or deactivate a current number.
Our Deactivation Services Can Save Your Carrier Time & Money
Many carriers get frustrated about deactivating and inactivating their USDOT numbers, OHIO Dot Number. That’s because the FMCSA can make the process difficult and confusing. In fact, the FMCSA won’t even let a carrier deactivate a number by phone or online. But our third party organization, FMCSA Registration, LLC will.
The FMCSA makes carriers use the mail and fax forms to close their Florida DOT numbers. This is a time-consuming process that you want to avoid. And you can do so by having our filing experts assist you. We can update your MCS-150 or MCS-150B form on your behalf and file it. This way, you can let the FMCSA know that you're out of business ASAP.
Updating an MCS-150 form and OP-1 Form is no easy task for most carriers. But we’ll make the process fast and painless through our patented processes. Plus, we can also revoke your operating authority through your MC number. All you've got to do is tell us what your motor carrier needs. And then our FMCSA filing experts can get right to work.
How Do I Cancel DOT Authority?
Please fill out the form on this page to cancel motor carrier DOT authority CA Number. Or, you can call FMCSA Registration LLC for help with your cancellation. Our experts can get your MCS-150 (motor carriers) or MCS-150B (hazmat carriers) updated. We can inform the DOT and FMCSA that your carrier operations are out of business.
Is There a Fee To Deactivate Your DOT Number?
The US government often charges a standard deactivation processing fee of $49.95. But please read the payment information on this page to figure out what you’ll need to pay for Drug and Alcohol Program. After payment, our experts can begin filing the needed FMCSA and DOT paperwork. This way, we can close your current DOT number while adhering to FMCSA protocol. Deactivation of your number will benefit you right away. You won’t have to follow FMCSA and DOT compliance regulations.
Does a DOT Number Expire?
Information related to a DOT number must get updated every two years and driver qualification files. This refers to conducting a biennial update. Your carrier can file a biennial update through updating an MCS-150 form. Or, FMCSA Registration LLC can file a MCS-150 form on your behalf UCR registration. This way, the government can process your biennial update ASAP. Say that you want to maintain having an active DOT number. That number must get affixed to the sides of your trucks and stay on them at all times. You can remove the number from the trucks once number deactivation is complete.
How Do I Check if My DOT Number Is Active?
The FMCSA encourages carriers to call the official FMCSA Customer Service number freight contracts. When you do, you can ask about the status of your DOT number. The FMCSA will ask you a few questions. Then, the FMCSA can provide you with an updated number status report New Mexico weight distance permit. Also, you're welcome to call FMCSA Registration LLC instead. We can help you check on the activation status of your number.
Say it turns out that your USDOT number is not active. Our organization can help you take steps to reactivate the number. Plus, we can conduct routine USDOT number updates on behalf of your motor carrier. We can file number updates while adhering to FMCSA online registration system policies. All we’ll need is your DOT PIN. Then, we can help you file an updated MCS-150 form.
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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+++.
We Can Take Care of FMCSA & USDOT Biennial Updates
Can You Suspend Your DOT Number?
No. Instead, a DOT number can get involuntarily deactivated. This often happens when a biennial update was not provided to the FMCSA. Or, when a trucking professional fails the new entrant audit. Although you cannot suspend your DOT number, you can deactivate it. All you need to do is order your deactivation right here on this web page.
Can I Put My Trucking Authority on Hold?
No, you cannot put your trucking authority on hold or suspend it. Instead, you can revoke your authority through FMCSAregistration.com. This concept also applies to your operating authority and MC number.
How Long Does It Take To Reactivate USDOT?
The time-frame varies when reactivating a USDOT number. According to the FMCSA, authority will often become active in about a week. Or, at least, a week after receiving valid payment and the application receipt.
Can Two Companies Use the Same DOT Number?
No. The FMCSA has a policy in place to assign a DOT number to only one person. In fact, you cannot even transfer a DOT number to another person or business. Once you have a number, it remains assigned forever. This is according to FMCSA policy 49 U.S.C. 13902, 31134 and 49 C.F.R. 390.19T/390.200T.
What Does Inactive Authority Mean?
Having an inactive status means that operating authority has gotten revoked. Thus, it is illegal to continue interstate transportation operations. This applies to brokers, carriers, and freight forwarders.
FMCSA Registration LLC specializes in taking care of biennial updates for motor carriers BOC-3. Why? Because the FMCSA enforces that carriers must update information every two years. A trucking company must provide an update even if the company information is the same. A business must also file the update if interstate operations are no longer active. Or, if a motor carrier is not in business any longer and the FMCSA was not notified.
Failing to file a biennial update can create major consequences. It will result in your USDOT number facing deactivation. Plus, your carrier could receive civil penalties that total up to $1,000 per day. That’s why it’s best to have our organization help you update your information trucking authority. This way, you can meet all crucial deadlines and avoid FMCSA fines and penalties. If you're in need of a biennial update, please call us right now.
Reactivation Services for DOT Numbers
Does your carrier need to reactivate or reinstate your DOT number? If so, our team can get the reactivation and reinstatement process started right now. Our filing experts know all about how to reactivate a DOT number with ease. We have process agents that can file your USDOT information on your behalf. This way, you won’t face the stress and confusion that comes with so much paperwork. All you've got to do is give us a call and our team can help you with reactivation. Plus, we can assist you in the New Entrant Program and complete a biennial update. Well make sure to update your MCS-150 form and keep you in compliance.
Ready To Deactivate Your DOT Number or File an Out of Business Notice? Call Us Now
Our filing experts are standing by to assist your carrier with number deactivation. All you've got to do is file a request on this website or give us a call. We can also help your carrier file an out of business notice. When deactivating your number, we can make sure your MCS-150 form is correct.
Don't worry about the stress and confusion that comes with DOT number deactivation. Instead, you can trust FMCSA Registration LLC as national leaders in DOT and FMCSA filing. Our live agents are standing by right now to assist you with deactivation. And they look forward to ensuring your success.