Compliance Care

Compliance Care

#1 Compliance Services For Trucking Companies

The DOT or Department of Transportation compiles a checklist that all trucking companies, be it small or large, must conform to. The checklist includes items such as ensuring the truck driver carries certain documents, completes the right physicals and inspections, records hours of services, marks DOT numbers on the trucks, etc. Our compliance program keeps drivers and their cargo safe. Whether you are a trucking company or an owner-operator, you must ensure your fleet stays within the compliance of DOT standards.

Why choose our compliance services?

There are hundreds of DOT compliance assistance companies out there! Why choose — for a compliance program? When you choose us for compliance services, you get

Transparency

You will always be informed about what exactly your trucking company needs in order to be in Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration or FMCSA compliance. 

Better Knowledge

We help our owner-operators and trucking companies stay informed about all aspects of DOT and FMCSA.

Custom Solution

Don’t want all of them? No worries! We will bundle our services to offer you custom solutions as per your requirement.

Our compliance program helps you with

  • DOT registration & audit support
  • Drug & alcohol testing enrollment
  • Driver qualification files
  • Filing motor carrier
  • UCR & IRP

Frequently Asked Questions

To ensure that drivers and carriers remain within the DOT rules, the place to start is with the regulations themselves. To get DOT compliant, reach out to our compliance care experts.

  • Driver exceeding allowable hours of service (HOS).

  • Driver does not possess required qualifications or licensing.

  • Driver failed to test or follow up on testing for drug or alcohol use while on duty.

  • Vehicle not properly maintained.

  • Vehicle not inspected as required. 

  • Transportation of hazardous materials in an unsafe environment.

  • Defects in the documentation.

The FMCSA requires all drivers to be enrolled in random drug & alcohol testing programs and owner-operators must be in a consortium. A consortium is a group of companies that are enrolled in a drug testing pool to meet the random testing regulations.
You need to implement a drug/alcohol testing program if you have drivers who drive trucks with a gross vehicle weight of 26,001 lbs and greater or carrying more than 15 passengers.
Any commercial vehicle with a gross weight of 10,001 lbs and more must be inspected annually.
Yes. DOT regulation specifically states that you must participate in a random drug/alcohol testing consortium.