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The Federal Regulations are certainly very broad and in some cases, vague. The North American Standard Out of Service Criteria is very specific and is something every trucking / transportation company should have a copy of. They come out every April.
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JR. ( I just got back from vacation , sorry for the delay) Someone can buy an existing company and keep the DOT / MC numbers as part of the company " package". What they will have to do is of
Hello Preshant; Absolutely yes. United Parcel Service ( UPS) already does this with Compressed Natural Gas. CNG is a refrigerated liquid so it takes special fueling stations , the typiocal
Wyatt; Your truck alone will not cause a CDL. Your MAX trailer size to avoid needing a CDL is 15,500 lbs. if you were to get a 16,000 lb trailer that WOULD push into class A territory. Look at
Wyatt, Your truck qualifies as a Commercial Vehicle if it is used in some sort of money making business AND... 1. You go out of state and your truck or truck trailer combination exceeds 10,000
Wyatt; CDL B truck is any truck with a registered or actual weight over 26,000 lbs. Empty , the registered weight is the rule even if it actually weighs less than 26,001 lbs. Loaded , a 26,000