Unified Carrier Registration
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Register for 2016 UCR.
Register for 2015 Past Year UCR Online
or Call (888) 414-1874 to Register by Phone.
The Unified Carrier Registration
(UCR) Program is a Federally-mandated,
annual state-administered registration program that replaced Single State Registration.
The Following 41 States Currently Participate:
Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, West Virginia
carriers, motor private carriers, freight forwarders,
leasing companies and brokers based in the United
States, Canada, Mexico, or any other country that
operate in interstate or international commerce in the
United States must register under the UCR program. For
the for-hire carriers, UCR replaced the Single State
Registration System (SSRS) program. SSRS was not
renewed for 2007. The UCR program is similar to SSRS in
that UCR is a Base-State system, under which a carrier
pays UCR fees through its Base State on behalf of all
not required to register under the UCR program
registrants (usually owner-operators that do not have
interstate authority) under the PRISM
2. Purely intrastate carriers,
that is, those that do not transport interstate freight
or cross state lines.
are based on the total number of vehicles operated by a
carrier. Note: effective April 28, 2010, the UCR Board of Directors has changed the state UCR fee schedule that was in effect for 2007, 2008 & 2009. Trailers are no longer counted as vehicles. The number of commercial motor vehicles for purposes of determining carrier UCR fees is the number of self-propelled commercial motor vehicles the carrier reported in the most recent Form MCS-150 filed with the FMCSA. Carriers must update their MCS-150 record at least every two years. You can call DOTAuthority.com at (888) 414-1874 to update your record. Our 2017 UCR Fee Schedule (effective 10/1/16)*
0-2 vehicles............... $184 includes $76 state & $108 service/bank fees
3-5 vehicles............... $355 includes $227 state & $128 service/bank fees
6-20 vehicles.............. $611 includes $452 state & $159 service/bank fees
21-100 vehicles............ $1873 includes $1,576 state & $297 service/bank fees
101-1000 vehicles.......... $8058 includes $7,511 state & $547 service/bank fees
Broker/forwarder/leasing co.$184 includes $76 state & 108 service/bank fees
Call 888 414 1874
NOTE: orders are processed in the order they are received. Additional expedite and emergency UCR available at check out.
Registrants will be issued a
receipt for the fees paid based on the total number of
vehicles indicated on the UCR application. This receipt
expires December 31st. The issued receipt need
NOT be carried in vehicles nor displayed by the carrier
in any manner. Registration will be vaildated by way of
its linkage to your DOT/MC Number. Normally, Federal Law requires registration by December 31st.
*Fee charged is a combined UCR state fee and a third-party processing fee that covers all internal costs including Internet advertising, our credit card processing, instant access and usage fees imposed by the UCR Board of Directors, based on the final fee schedule that went into effect on April 28, 2010. We do not charge our customers credit card surcharges; we absorb the UCR Board's instant access and usage fees. Fee is the same whether you pay by credit card, money order or check.
The Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) Program is a Federally-mandated, state-administered program that first went into effect on September 10, 2007. UCR normally applies to INTERstate carriers.
In the event the client opts to participate in the automatic UCR SafeRenew renewal program, the client understands that it may cancel the upcoming renewal on or before September 30 by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Any client still in our UCR SafeRenew database as of October 1st, will be charged for the renewal and cannot cancel until the following year. If you submit an order directing us to automatically renew you, your credit card will be automatically charged on or after October 1st in accordance with the "Restore Online Shoppers' Confidence Act'' ("ROSCA"). You agree you are giving your "express informed consent" to the auto renewal by virtue of clicking the check out button and placing your original UCR order and the automatic renewals at the same time and are expressing your desire to order the original UCR and the renewal UCRs when you affirmatively click the check out button and you agree you are duly informed in accordance with ROSCA.