UCR is the Unified Carrier Registration program. Created by federal legislation, it replaces the former system for registering the operators of vehicles engaged in interstate travel – the Single State Registration System (SSRS).
What is a UCR filing?
The federal Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) Agreement requires individuals and companies that operate commercial motor vehicles in interstate or international commerce to register their business with TxDMV and pay an annual fee based on the size of their fleet.
What is the UCR Fee Structure?
Everybody who is registered must pay its UCR fee within in the state you reside primarily. However, some states are not participating in the program. If your base state does not participate, you are required to pay the UCR fee in a neighboring participating state. The following states are not participating: Arizona, Florida, Hawaii, Maryland, Nevada, New Jersey, Oregon, Vermont, Wyoming, and D.C. If you don’t pay your UCR fee, it will hurt your business.
Here is the list of registration fees for 2018:
|Fleet Size Fee Tier||Fee Per Entity|
|1001 or more||$66,597|
Let us help you comply with the UCR!
DOT Control Authority will handle all your registration matters, whether you are registered or not. We will help you comply the UCR, and get you the right insurance policy. We also have a lot of experience working in the trucking industry. So, with us, you have nothing to worry about. Also, we can help you operate inside the US and even cross the borders. We will happily handle your paperwork. DOT Control Authority is a pro at assisting trucking companies, brokers, motor carriers and other businesses that use vehicles. We can assist you with registration, updates or other matters.