Things to Know When Filing IFTA

What is IFTA? The International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) is an agreement that allows motor carriers to report and pay taxes for the fuel their vehicles consume across the states using a single fuel tax license. Prior to 2016, each state had their own fuel system. How...

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Unified Carrier Registration

2022 Registration Now Open! Registration for 2022 Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) is now currently open as of October 1 st , UCR fees have not changed from last year. Beware of scams and unauthorized agencies trying to collect fees for 2022 UCR. There is no...

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Operation Safe Driver Week Results Released by CVSA

Operation Safe Driver Week Results Released by CVSA

During Operation Safe Driver Week, July 15-21, 2018, a total of 57,405 citations and 87,907 warnings were issued to drivers throughout the week. Law enforcement made 42,144 contacts with CMV drivers, where 10,709 citations were issued. The top five citations issued to...

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DVIR Requirement Revised

DVIR Requirement Revised

As of December 18, 2014, drivers are no longer required to fill out daily vehicle inspection reports (DVIR) following a post-trip vehicle inspection when no equipment failure or safety concerns are present. Although, if a driver does identify equipment failure or...

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Final Ruling on ELDs

Final Ruling on ELDs

Any driver, who logs more then eight days in a consecutive 30 day period, will be required to use an electronic logging device that is considered a certified and a registered device with FMCSA. These devices will have to be connected to the engine so that drive time...

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Mandatory Drug Testing Requirement Reduced

Mandatory Drug Testing Requirement Reduced

Beginning January 1, 2016, the mandatory minimum required testing percentage for controlled substance will be lowered to 25 percent. After three consecutive years with the positive rate falling below 1.0 percent, the FMCSA has decided to lower the controlled substance...

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