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It is DOT policy to make records available to the public to the greatest extent possible, in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act. Upon the completion of the form OP-1 online your information will be made public and you may receive telephone calls from outside service providers that are neither authorized nor sanctioned by FMCSA.
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In recognition of the President's Coronavirus Guidelines for America and following the Department's guidance to take all necessary precautions to protect the health and safety of the USDOT workforce, FMCSA has reassessed the safety of having registration application forms mailed to the Agency. Any mail, including forms, that was sent to FMCSA on or after Friday, March 13, may not be processed in a timely manner. Please resend them via fax or web form as directed below:

  • Web form: ask.fmcsa.dot.gov (select email at the top of the page)
  • Fax: (202) 366-3477
  • For Registration and Licensing forms that are submitted via the web form, the applicant will receive a confirmation number by email.


    Coming Soon: FMCSA will be consolidating the USDOT, MC & MX PINs into one USDOT PIN. This effort will eliminate the MC and MX PINs. FMCSA systems will be accessed using your USDOT PIN only.

    If you do not have your USDOT PIN or need to reset it, please visit our website at https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/registration/request-pin-number.

    PLEASE NOTE: The FMCSA has implemented a more stringent credit card and transaction verification procedure. All credit card transactions now require verification of the credit card number, expiration date, security code, billing address and telephone number.

    To update your Docket Number (Operating Authority) and USDOT Number information electronically, you will need a USDOT Personal Identification Number (PIN).

    Click here to request your USDOT PIN. Allow 4 to 7 business days to receive your PIN by mail.


    Note: Reinstatements may not be processed immediately. It is the responsibility of the motor carrier to ensure that they are in full compliance with all FMCSA regulations prior to beginning interstate operations.

    PLEASE NOTE: Beginning October 1, 2013, all FMCSA regulated brokers and freight forwarders must obtain and file with FMCSA a surety bond or trust fund agreement in the amount of $75,000. For further information, see FMCSA's Federal Register Notice dated September 5, 2013.

    Registration Options
    Welcome to the online site for making sure that your Motor Carrier operation (truck and passenger carrier) is properly registered with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Whether you need to register with us or make an update to an existing record, this site will help you get the job done.

    All electronic transactions will require a valid credit card (American Express, Discover, Master Card, Visa.)
    You must make a selection




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    September 19, 2020

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