Reliable CSA Score and DOT Compliance Services for the Trucking Industry

Our team will keep your team on the road, DOT-compliant, and operating efficiently

Our job is to keep the DOT off your back so you can focus on growing your business and keeping your customers happy.

Each fleet and owner-operator trucking business has different needs, but most owners hire us because they:

  • Save on administration costs and avoid costly fines/fees
  • Rely on our excellent safety record with FMCSA and state DOT departments
  • Get competitive insurance rates from our close relationships with brokers
  • Use us as their knowledgeable safety manager to oversee the operation
  • Get a proper start with all necessary information, technology, and documentation for a new start-up.

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Our compliance specialists are here to answer your questions and can provide a quote for our services tailored to your needs.
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Conditional Ratings

A conditional rating impacts your business’ bottom line in many ways. CNS can help you request a rating upgrade from FMCSA, which can make it easier to access loads and avoid costly insurance increases.

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Drug & Alcohol Testing

Our comprehensive Drug & Alcohol Consortium Administration Services (C/TPA) is available for companies that are regulated by Federal and State government.
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Latest News

FMCSA grants ELD exemptions

The struggle to incorporate Electronic Log Devices into the trucking industry continues, resistance gains traction as the December 18, 2017 deadline draws near. A brief outline of the recent exemptions granted: – UPS’s (United Parcel Service) request that drivers be allowed to change duty status outside of and away from their vehicle has been granted by the FMCSA … Read More

FMCSA interested in lowering carrier registration fees for two years

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has proposed a reduction in Unified Carrier Registration fees for the next two years for participating motor carriers, motor private carriers of property, brokers, freight forwarders, and leasing companies. The potential reduction is due to total revenues from the UCR Plan exceeding the statutory maximum in 2016 by 4.55 percent, or … Read More