Nevada Truck Permits


Permits for Commercial Trucking in Nevada

If you're a commercial trucker in Nevada, you know that there are a lot of permitting and filing requirements that you have to meet in order to stay compliant with the law. TIS Trucking Services can help take some of the paperwork burden off of your plate so that you can focus on driving.

What Permits Are Required for Nevada?

  • DOT Number

    Commercial truckers operating in Nevada require a US DOT number, a unique identifier issued by the FMCSA. To obtain one, register your business with the FMCSA and apply online. With a US DOT number, you can obtain the necessary permits and licenses to operate in Nevada.

  • Federal MC Authority

    To operate a commercial truck in interstate commerce in Nevada, a company must obtain an MC number by filing Form MCS-150 with the FMCSA. Compliance with federal regulations and maintaining valid insurance is essential to avoid penalties or suspension of the MC number.

  • BOC-3 Filing

    A BOC-3 filing ("Designation of Agents for Service of Process") is a federal filing in the United States that assigns a process agent to accept legal documents on behalf of a transportation or logistics company in each state in which the company is authorized to do business.

  • UCR Filing

    Every year, truckers across the country file their Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) in order to stay compliant with the law. The UCR is an annual fee that truckers must pay in order to operate their vehicles. The fee is based on the number of trucks in a carrier's fleet, and it helps to cover the costs of federal and state regulations. In addition, the UCR provides funds for enforcement and compliance activities, as well as educational programs about truck safety.

  • 2290 HVUT

    2290 HVUT is a federal excise tax imposed on certain heavy vehicles. The tax is based on the weight of the vehicle and the distance traveled. 2290 HVUT is also known as the heavy vehicle use tax or the trucking weight tax. 2290 HVUT is collected by the IRS and is typically paid when a truck registers with the DMV. 2290 HVUT must be paid annually, and the amount of tax owed depends on the weight of the truck and the number of miles traveled.

We Can Help with Your NV Trucking Permits

Obtain the Right Permits for Your Needs

TIS Trucking Services Offers a Wide Range of Compliance Services. As a commercial trucking business owner, it is important to stay up-to-date on all state and federal regulations. TIS Trucking Services can help you with that. We offer a wide range of compliance services, including but not limited to:

  • Obtaining permits
  • DOT numbers
  • Filing required paperwork

We are here to help you expand your business and stay compliant with all regulations. Give us a call today to find out how we can help you!

Get Help With Your Insurance Requirements

Our parent company, The Insurance Store, can also help with your insurance needs for your commercial trucks, personal vehicles, home, and business. We have a wide range of options to choose from, so you can find the perfect coverage for your needs. No matter what type of insurance you're looking for, we can help you find the best coverage at the most competitive prices. Let us help you protect what's important to you.

Truck Permit Services Available in All States

We also offer trucking permit services for states surrounding Nevada including California, Arizona, Utah, Oregon and Idaho. Contact our team today to learn more!

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