We Offer an Extensive Range of Trucking Services to Ensure Your Business’s Success
In the world of trucking and transportation, compliance with government regulations and safety standards is of utmost importance. The success and reputation of a trucking company depend on maintaining high safety scores, adhering to DOT (Department of Transportation) regulations, and ensuring the competence of its drivers. At [Your Company Name], we understand the complexities of the trucking industry and offer a wide range of services designed to keep your business running smoothly and safely. From DOT compliance and audits to notary services, we’ve got you covered.
DOT Compliance and Audits
At D&M Consulting LLC, we take DOT compliance very seriously. We provide comprehensive pre-audits of your company’s safety programs to ensure you meet all regulatory requirements. Our experts will work with you to identify areas that need improvement, allowing you to proactively address any compliance issues.
Whether you are a new entrant to the industry or a seasoned company, the outcome of safety audits and compliance reviews can significantly impact your future. Our audit assistance services help you prepare for audits, ensuring that you are well-prepared to meet regulatory standards.
Hiring qualified drivers is crucial for your business’s success. We optimize the hiring process to ensure that qualified drivers are put to work as soon as possible, helping you maintain a reliable and skilled workforce.
CSA Score Review & Monitoring
Carriers with better safety scores are often preferred by customers and subject to fewer DOT audits or roadside inspections. We assist in reviewing and monitoring your CSA (Compliance, Safety, and Accountability) scores, helping you maintain a competitive edge
Data Q If you’ve been incorrectly cited during a DOT inspection, we can help you challenge the inspection with correct information from federal regulations. We ensure that your safety record accurately reflects your commitment to compliance.
Carriers are required to maintain a Vehicle File for each vehicle operated. We assist in organizing and managing these files, ensuring that your vehicles are in top condition and meet regulatory standards.
The FMCSA’s Commercial Driver’s License Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse is a critical component of DOT compliance. We help you navigate this system, ensuring your drivers comply with drug and alcohol testing requirements.
If you have multiple CDL drivers subject to DOT drug and alcohol testing, we can assist in managing your random testing program or guide you in joining a consortium to administer testing efficiently.
IRP Account & IFTA
For new businesses, obtaining IRP (International Registration Plan) and IFTA (International Fuel Tax Agreement) accounts is essential. We can facilitate the process, ensuring you meet your interstate registration and fuel tax obligations.
Some states require permits for commercial vehicles. We can set up accounts and obtain necessary permits as needed, including alcohol permits in specific states like NY, NM, KY, OR, CT.
IFTA/Highway Use Tax
We assist in filing IFTA tax reports, ensuring compliance with this quarterly tax obligation related to fuel usage in different states.
Titles Transfer and Temporary Plates
Transferring vehicle titles in certain states, such as Illinois, can be a complex process. We simplify this for you, ensuring your vehicles are properly registered.
We offer notary public services to handle any document notarization needs, making administrative processes more convenient for your company.
Beyond the mentioned services, we also offer assistance with MC reinstatement, DOT closing, UCR (Unified Carrier Registration) filing, opening and managing corporations, and annual updates for corporations
“At D&M Consulting LLC, our mission is to provide comprehensive and reliable trucking services that ensure your business remains compliant, efficient, and competitive in the industry. We understand the complexities of the trucking world, and our experienced team is dedicated to supporting your success. Let us handle the regulatory and administrative burdens while you focus on delivering excellence on the road. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help your trucking company thrive.
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