DOT Driver Services

Hiring a Driver is the first step

Our DOT Driver Services help trucking companies and motor carriers take the next steps after hiring a driver, including Drug and Alcohol Testing, DOT Physicals, Driver File Management, Driver Training, and so on. All with a goal to stay compliant as you grow your trucking business.

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DOT Driver Services

Confused about the steps to stay DOT Compliant?

Meeting FMCSA requirements while hiring CDL and CMV drivers is crucial to compliance. From creating new DQ files, to getting registered in the CDL clearinghouse, to pulling initial MVRs and pre-employment drug tests. 

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Driver File management consists of maintaining all of your DOT driver documents, including but not limited to performance history, motor vehicle reports (MVR) and driver employment applications.

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A Motor Vehicle Record is a state-specific document that shows your driving history within that particular state over a period of time.

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Our comprehensive Drug & Alcohol Consortium Administration Services (C/TPA) is available for companies that are regulated by Federal and State governments. Certain categories and specifics result in your company being regulated by the Department of Transportation (DOT).

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FMCSA requires certain policies and procedures to be distributed and trained to employees.  When regulations change so must company policies and handbooks. 

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Some of the biggest costs associated with operating as a motor carrier are your drivers, equipment, and insurance costs.  Investing in training for your drivers is money in the bank when it comes to reducing these costs.

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All motor carriers with vehicles that are set up with the International Fuel Tax Agreement are subject to a DOT Audit by the IRS every 5 years including inspection of relative fuel receipts, mileage and trip sheets.

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DOT Driver Services

Confused about the steps to stay DOT Compliant?

Meeting FMCSA requirements while hiring CDL and CMV drivers is crucial to compliance. From creating new DQ files, to getting registered in the CDL clearinghouse, to pulling initial MVRs and pre-employment drug tests. 

Learn more >>>

Driver File management consists of maintaining all of your DOT driver documents, including but not limited to performance history, motor vehicle reports (MVR) and driver employment applications.

Learn more >>>

A Motor Vehicle Record is a state-specific document that shows your driving history within that particular state over a period of time.

Learn more >>>

Our comprehensive Drug & Alcohol Consortium Administration Services (C/TPA) is available for companies that are regulated by Federal and State governments. Certain categories and specifics result in your company being regulated by the Department of Transportation (DOT).

Learn more >>>

FMCSA requires certain policies and procedures to be distributed and trained to employees.  When regulations change so must company policies and handbooks. 

Learn more >>>

Some of the biggest costs associated with operating as a motor carrier are your drivers, equipment, and insurance costs.  Investing in training for your drivers is money in the bank when it comes to reducing these costs.

Learn more >>>

All motor carriers with vehicles that are set up with the International Fuel Tax Agreement are subject to a DOT Audit by the IRS every 5 years including inspection of relative fuel receipts, mileage and trip sheets.

Learn more >>>

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Driver Training

Pre-Trip Inspections: Brakes, Tires, Steering

Pre-Trip Inspections are extermely important in the field, so understanding them as a new driver is even more important when obtaining your Class A CDL. You need to understand the braking system, the steering system, wheels and tires, etc. 

Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs

Does the DOT require you to be tested for Drugs and Alcohol?

Our comprehensive Drug & Alcohol Consortium Administration Services (C/TPA) is available for companies that are regulated by Federal and State governments. If you fall into certain categories, the Department of Transportation (DOT) requires you to be a part of a Drug and Alcohol Testing Program or Consortium.

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