Did you ever wonder what insurance company a trucking company uses? Have you ever wanted to make sure that a trucking company is a legitimate company? Are you curious about their safety rating, what authorities, insurance requirements, bond information, surety information, contract authority, broker or brokerage authority and even motor carrier authority? Our little tool will give you every single bit of information available on every single registered transportation company in North America including Canada, Mexico. Why bother digging around in the clumsy safer database when everything is right here organized right at your finger tips.
Here is a snapshot of what information you can get: US DOT Number. Docket number or MC number. Legal registered name of company. Registered mailing and physical address of company. Registered phone and fax number of company. Authorities; common, contract, broker, property, private, household goods, passenger, enterprise. If authority is active, pending or suspended for any reasons. Insurance requirements: BIPD, cargo, BOC-3, bond and blanket company on file. Comments placed in their file by the FMCSA. Active/pending insurance providers with contact information and how much insurance they have. Rejected insurances and the reason for rejection. Insurance company history. Surety bond provider and contact information. Process agent contact information. Revocations in authority current or past and why it was revoked. Any pending applications, reviews, rejections, involuntary revocations.