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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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Tim; Dump truck loads are 99% local hauling and brokers rarely get involved with them. You would need to fin doubt what company local to you uses owner operators and see if you can do work for them
Tim; You have a couple of options with this. 1. You can lease yourself out to another company and work under their DOT authority. That way you don't have to get your own operating authority
Dan; First off, sorry for the delay. I was on vacation. Anyway, when you take your Class C CDL test, it will have to be in a vehicle that requires a Class C CDL. So a Class C bus would be a good
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