April, it sounds like your salesman is confusing the MCC# with fuel taxes. Two different things. You do not need an MCC# but if you cross state lines you need to deal with the different fuel taxes.
April, you do not need ICC/MCC# as long as you are only hauling your own (company) supplies, materials, tools, etc. You do need them if you are operating a hauling business for hire. As long as you remain
The advantage of rear facing seats (and some aviation safety experts have considered it) is the human body can take more g forces during a crash. However, the airlines have resisted the current
There several reasons. 1) to sit comfortably, seats need to be reclined at least 20deg and must be able to be reclined further for sleeping. Two seats back-to-back must allow for this space and it would
Hi, Preshant: By bi-directional, I assume you mean some facing front and some facing backward. Some bi-directional seating was used on airliners up to the early 737 models....sometimes called club