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  • Package #2 - DOT Authority
  • Get the USDOT Number, BOC-3 & MC number in this package
  • DOT Authority Number is needed with every regulation with FMCSA

Get DOT Authority Right Now With Package #2: One of Our Most Popular DOT Packages




Are you in the trucking industry and need DOT authority? If so, you're in the right spot. Package #2 is one of our best starter packages to secure DOT authority. Why? Because you won’t only get an active MC Number for authority purposes. You will also receive BOC-3 and US DOT FMCSA registration. This way, your company can get to trucking ASAP. Moving Authority assists motor carrier after motor carrier every day. And our company has done so for many years. We know the trucking industry better than anyone else. That’s why we put a lot of thought into every trucking package. Our team never rests until all trucking businesses have complete authority to operate.



Call if you have questions (702) 333-2430


Do you need more FMCSA trucking registration resources than Package #2 provides? If so, please browse our other trucking packages right now. Package number 3 - 5 contains even more DOT registration content for our customers. Here’s an example of those trucking resources. Package #4 features UCR registration.

Plus, our team can set up IRP and IFTA FMCSA registration. Are you confused about which trucking authority package you need? If so, give us a call at our number listed on this page. Our operating authority experts will help you out and help you 
get the right DOT resources. This way, you and your team can get to trucking without a long waiting period.




Get Your MC Number for DOT Authority in Less Than an Hour




If you buy Package #2, you’ll get your new FMCSA MC Number fast. In fact, sometimes our team can deliver a new number within an hour or less. (From start to finish.) But that depends on how busy the DOT office is. A new MC Number is crucial for having an interstate operating authority. The FMCSA uses it to identify each trucking and moving company. Businesses operating without authority receive severe fines and penalties.

Every company that operates in interstate cargo needs a new MC Number. So, if you haul cargo across state lines, this number is crucial to get. Sure, you don't have to display it as you do with a USDOT Number. But if the DOT pulls you over and you don't have the number, you're in trouble. (Also, please contact us if you need exclusive USDOT Number registration.) The FMCSA and DOT could fine or penalize you if you don't have an MC Number.

Many trucking businesses go out of business when they fail to have an active number. (And an active USDOT Number.) That’s why our company is here to help. You can't afford to risk the financial safety of your motor carrier. And we’re ready to protect your financial safety right now.




Package #2 Complies With All FMCSA Authority Rules




When it comes to DOT authority, there’s no better expert in the US than Moving Authority. Our company has over a decade of experience assisting thousands of trucking companies. We help both a new company and an established company make money. How so? By providing the best US DOT trucking packages in the industry. Each trucking package complies with all FMCSA and DOT rules.
This way, you don't have to worry about the financial safety of your company. After all, the US DOT and FMCSA have a reputation for applying strict fines. One inactive USDOT Number could jeopardize your financial safety. But our mission is to protect your financial safety at all times.

Say that you’re trucking without an active MC Number. The US DOT can do more than take away your authority. They can find your company into nonexistence. (Again, this is where financial safety protection comes into play.) Though Package #2, you won’t have to worry about basic operating authority needs. That’s because the package provides more than an active MC Number. It also secures BOC-3 and US DOT registration. We’ll even pay the standard US DOT $300 filing fee.




Get BOC-3 & USDOT FMCSA Registration Taken Care of Through Package #2




Does your trucking company need BOC-3 and US DOT registration? If so, we’ll knock out both with Package #2. Almost every motor carrier in the US needs this crucial registration. Otherwise, a motor carrier might lose the authority to operate. Operating without authority is the last thing your company should do. When you do, the US DOT will show up at your address and shut down operations. It could take months before you're operating again. 

When starting a trucking company do not want to risk losing your operating authority status. So, let Moving Authority help ensure your financial safety. We’ll take care of BOC-3 and US DOT registration. Our team complies with all Department of Transportation rules. This way, you own have to stop (and then start up) any service at your business. 




Feel Free To Browse Our Other Motor Carrier Authority Packages




Do you need more than an MC Number, BOC-3, and US DOT registration? If so, trucking package number 3, 4, or 5 is your best bet. Please feel free to browse the information on those trucking authority packages. If you have any questions about them, you can call our number and time. If we’re busy, one of our trucking authority experts will return your call fast. 

We’re here to help you no matter what your registration needs are. You can even ask us about making a custom DOT trucking registration package. In that case, we could assess your unique operating authority needs. Then, we’d help you get authority fast with first-rate customer service.




Get To Trucking ASAP With Authority




No motor carrier can afford to sit around and wait on the DOT or FMCSA for authority. That’s why motor carrier after motor carrier in the US turns to Moving Authority. They know that they can receive operating authority status faster through us. We’re professionals when it comes to helping a company get registered. You can see for yourself by viewing our other operating authority packages. 

Each package goes above and beyond only securing an MC Number. (Not that having an MC Number isn’t important.) Our packages aim for 110 percent operating authority at all times. Plus, as part of our service, we can stay in touch with your trucking company. Why? So that you know about new FMCSA and DOT rules in advance. You’ll then have the ability to complete registration before your competitors.




Moving Authority Is Proud To Serve As the Apex of Trucking Authority





Trucking and operating authority matter. And there’s no better firm for authority than Moving Authority. New and established businesses depend on our FMCSA packages every day. They know that our organization is the number one authority registration resource. If you want to get full-scale authority service, our team is the best. 

No matter which package you start out with, we’re going to work hard and fast. We don't rest until every customer complies with all DOT and FMCSA safety rules. (Contact us if you need any safety or authority resources.) Our mission is for every motor carrier to secure authority right away. And we do so by applying service after service that will get results.




Our Mission Is for Every Motor Carrier To Succeed Through Compliant DOT Registration


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If you need FMCSA motor carrier authority, you're in the right spot. Moving Authority provides FMCSA registration resources to every type of freight company. This includes freight businesses that transport to Mexico. (While adhering to different safety and authority policies.) No matter what household goods you transport, Package #2 will help. It covers all the FMCSA operating authority basics. From getting a new USDOT Number to completing MC Number registration. (We take care of MC Number registration faster than other firms.) Our mission is to guide any freight company or broker toward success. Feel free to call us with any authority registration question that you have.

Authority and compliance go hand-in-hand. A freight company will lose authority fast without FMCSA compliance. That’s why we function almost as a broker of FMCSA registration resources. Through our compliance resources, freight companies can maintain authority. It’s that simple. Package #2 is the fuel that’s kept countless freight drivers on the road. That’s because it includes all the basics of compliance resources.

One of the most important resources is USDOT Number filing. Our team will take care of it ASAP to secure your freight company with authority. Plus, we can assess your business to make sure you're not missing any authority documents. This way, you can maintain FMCSA operating authority for a long time.




Confused About Department of Transportation & FMCSA Guidelines? Contact Us Anytime




We know that the FMCSA can make operating authority guidelines seem complicated. But do not despair. Our FMCSA resources ensure that registration stays simple. This way, freight companies can secure authority without delays.

Do you have questions about securing authority? If so, you can call our FMCSA compliance team any time. We can guide you through all DOT and FMCSA policies. Some customers call with fuel tax questions. Others call about international freight shipping to Mexico. In fact, please let us know if your business ships freight to Mexico.

If so, we can provide more than an updated USDOT Number. We can give you a Mexico freight authority guide with FMCSA resources. This way, you can ship goods to Mexico with full authority safety.

Do not get frustrated if you're confused about an FMCSA authority policy. Our team has the compliance resources to guide you where you need. We can even tell you about how your insurance can impact authority. After all, freight insurance and authority go hand-in-hand. So, consider us as your safety insurance broker.

Safety is one of the key priorities within our authority resources. And that safety applies to both transporting freight and financial safety. Our mission is to supply you with constant FMCSA authority at all times. With the proper authority resources, we’ll help your freight company succeed.




Our Organization Is the Apex of Motor Carrier Registration




When it comes to FMCSA authority and compliance, Moving Authority is #1. Our team’s mission is to ensure that you transport freight using the best resources. We can do more than help you with authority registration. The Moving Authority team can guide you toward new levels of success. Our registration help has ensured the financial safety of many carriers. We’ve supplied them with constant authority so that they can thrive. 

We’re the #1 broker of freight authority in the US. Through one phone call to our authority experts, you’ll understand why. Our FMCSA compliance and authority specialists go the extra mile. They guide companies to financial safety through the best resources. The registration process for motor carriers has never been more simple. And it’s all thanks to our FMCSA authority packages even when it originates from Texas DOT.

If there's any doubt that your company can secure full authority fast, please let our team know. We’ll do more than supply basic authority and compliance resources. Our team can assess your individual freight company needs. This includes a check-up of all key FMCSA registration documents. This way, we can know the exact level of authority and begin securing more authority. But don't think you only need to call us to buy an authority package. You can contact us about your safety and insurance needs. 

Say that you need a better freight or insurance broker with improved authority. We can help locate that broker fast. This way, your company will have the authority to move more freight. Your financial safety is our safety. And we won’t rest until your business has 110 percent FMCSA authority.



Questions About DOT Authority? Call Our Number Right Now



Please call us with any questions: (702) 333-2430

Do you have questions about Package #2 or securing DOT authority? If so, feel free to call our customer service number right now. Our registration experts will assess your FMCSA authority status. Then, we’ll help you find the best solution. We’re here for all your trucking and financial safety needs. Moving Authority won’t rest until your authority registration process is complete. We look forward to helping you secure operating authority today.

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