JST Truck Permits

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We provide these services in California & Indiana



Who Needs A USDOT Number?

The Federal Carrier Motor Safety Administration (FMCSA) is responsible for issuing the US DOT number. Also, commercial intrastate hazardous materials carriers who haul types and quantities requiring a safety permit must register for a US DOT Number.

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Here Are The Requirements The FMCSA States:

MCS 150 Update

All motor carriers need to update their MCS-150 every two years. Don’t get fined and don’t risk deactivating your DOT number. Even if nothing has changed in your MCS-150, you will still need to update the MCS-150 every two years. Let JST Truck Permits take care of your MCS 150 update.

ICC MC Authority

All companies need MC Authority or ICC if they operate for hire, transport passengers in interstate commerce, or transport Federal regulated commodities.

There are different types of authorities like Brokers, and for-hire trucking, it depends on companies and what kind of business they want to run.

ICC MC Authority


New York State imposes a highway use tax (NY HUT) on motor carriers operating certain types of commercial motor vehicles on New York State public highways. Toll-paid portions of the New York State Thruway are not covered by NY HUT, truckers should note this in their mile logs.

The tax rate is based on the weight of the commercial motor vehicle and the method that the trucker chooses to report the tax.

Kentucky Permit (KENTUCKY KYU)

The state of Kentucky requires all operators with a licensed weight of 60,000lbs or more to report mileage tax. KYU stands for Kentucky Highways Use Tax. All operators can register themselves to Kentucky Permit, and pay online. Miles traveled in Kentucky need to be filled out every quarter according to operators. We can help you get KYU.

New Mexico WDT

The state of New Mexico imposes a weight distance Tax on Interstate and Intrastate operators when declared weight greater than 26000 pounds. Each vehicle has to register with a New Mexico weight distance tax electronic permit.

Every operator needs WDT to permit if they plan to pass the state of New Mexico. Each Operator has to report miles Quarterly online. Our expert team can get you New Mexico WDT permits in a few minutes if you meet all requirements, otherwise, we will get all the required paperwork for you.

KYU Liquor Transport Permits

To transport in and out of Kentucky, a liquor transport license from the commonwealth of Kentucky Alcoholic and beverage control is required, JST will provide you these services in one call give us your company details, and we will handle the rest.

The State of Oregon requires trucking companies to get an Oregon Permit separately just for Oregon. The bond requirement makes the process a little longer. However, our skilled and experienced staff is fully trained to help your trucking company to get the Oregon Fuel permits.

The Heavy Motor Vehicle Trip Permit (Oregon Fuel Permit) permits the operation of unregistered motor vehicles that weigh more than 8,000 pounds (loaded or combined*) and for self-propelled fixed load vehicles regardless of weight.

Quarterly IFTA Filing

IFTA accounts require every motor carrier to report quarterly driven miles, so BOE can charge you tax accordingly. We are experts in IFTA filing. We make sure that you file your fuel tax correctly. We even help our customers to calculate miles and fuel gallons according to the different states they drive.

For more information please contact us. The DUE DATE for the IFTA quarterly tax return is the last day of the month immediately following the last day of the quarter for which the IFTA fuel tax report is being filed.

VIN Verification

Commercial truck VINs are used to assist you in learning a vehicle’s detailed History, such as the number of owners, title changes, and wreck or damage history. This is a strong asset to have when buying used vehicles.

You can avoid the detection of information that may not be disclosed by the Seller. VIN checks will help you get your money’s worth out of any commercial truck you purchase.

ARB Number

The ARB number is a number assigned by the California Air Resources Board to help identify Reefer units and if they are compliant.

If you live in the state of California then your reefer trailers are required to have ARB numbers on them. If you live outside California you are not required to have the ARB numbers on your unit.

CARB Certificate

California CARB compliance impacts all diesel trucks from 14,001 pounds on up. In the video, Ventura focused on medium-duty trucks (14,000 to 26,000 pounds).

CARB compliance deals with federal guidelines that reduce the emissions of these vehicles. California decided in 2008 that it was going to put a deadline for compliance for businesses running Class C vehicles. Compliance has to do with the engine model year, not the year of the truck.