This is the process to add additional units to the Kentucky KYU.
PLEASE NOTE: Temporary Fuel & Trip permits are available to facilitate transportation through a state for which a carrier does not have the proper fuel or registration credentials. Since these permits are issued for short duration and are quire costly they should only be used when obligations mandate. Other wise contact us to set up permanent IRP and IFTA accounts. Temporary Fuel Permits are issued to cover a carriers operation for which they do not have current IFTA credentials or a fuel permit for the intended state of travel.
PLEASE NOTE: This is only Ace Licensing's filing fee. State fee's will apply on a state to state basis. You will be contacted by one of our compliance managers shortly after the order has been placed to go over your state needs and to collect the nessisary information for your load. Temporary oversize/overweight (over-dimensional permits) are
available to facilitate the transportation of loads exceeding legal dimensions.
Since these permits are issued for short duration's careful planning is
Permits are issued for a specific time frame after which they expire and are
null and void.
Permits will only be valid after approval from the state(s) from which they
have been applied for. A copy of an application for a permit will not be
honored under any normal operating circumstance. A separate permit must be
secured for each state in which you will be conducting operations transporting
an oversize/overweight load.
If you have a blanket over-dimensional permit issued by a state(s) be sure the
dimensions of your load (including weight) do not exceed that for which the
blanket permit is issued. Transport of oversize/overweight loads may only be
conducted in the state for which the blanket permit was issued and only under
the conditions and dimensions as noted on such a permit.
Some states may require insurance filings before issuing your permit, such
information will be provided as part of this application process and in an
email you will receive after completing this application.
This is the process to add additional units to your Oregon State Permit.
Hauling through Oregon with a commercial vehicle having a combined weight of 26,000 pounds or more, will require payment to the Oregon Weight-DISTANCE Tax. You’ll need to fill out the You’ll also be required to file a Highway Use Tax Bond with the Oregon Department of Transportation starting at $2,000 for one vehicle. All motor carriers are required to report Mileage Tax Report on a monthly basis, by the last day of the following month.
The Standard Carrier Alpha Code (SCAC) is a privately controlled US code used to identify vessel operating common carriers (VOCC). It is typically two to four letters long. The National Motor Freight Traffic Association developed the SCAC code in the 1960s to help road transport companies computerize data and records.The Standard Carrier Alpha Code, a two-to-four letter identification, is used by the transportation industry to identify freight carriers in computer systems and shipping documents such as Bill of Lading, Freight Bill, Packing List, and Purchase Order. It is also used by the American National Standards Institute, Accredited Standards Committee X12, and United Nations EDIFACT for Electronic Data Interchange computer systems.
SCACs are commonly used by the automobile, petroleum, forest products, and chemical industries; as well as suppliers to retail businesses, carriers engaged in railroad piggyback trailers, and ocean container drayage.Freight Carriers who participate in the Uniform Intermodal Interchange Agreement (UIIA) are required to maintain a SCAC. Certain groups of SCACs are reserved for specific purposes. Codes ending with the letter "U" are reserved for the identification of freight containers. Codes ending with the letter "X" are reserved for the identification of privately owned railroad cars. Codes ending with the letter "Z" are reserved for the identification of truck chassis and trailers used in intermodal service.
SCAC is also used to identify an ocean carrier or self-filing party, such as a freight forwarder, for the Automated Manifest System used by US Customs and Border Protection for electronic import customs clearance and for manifest transmission as per the USA's "24 Hours Rule" which requires the carrier to transmit a cargo manifest to US Customs at least 24 hours prior to a vessel's departure at port of loading.