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A United States Department of Transportation, or USDOT, number is used primarily on commercial-based vehicles as a unique identifier that helps in monitoring the companies safety information during audits or inspections.... More »

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Car owners can register their tires using their respective Department of Transportation, or DOT, code through registration forms provided by various tire retailers, such as Michelin and Bridgestone. A tire registration f... More »

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The Motor Carrier Identification Report, or MCS-150 form is the qualifying document and first step in applying for a United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) number. All an applicant needs to do is either call,... More »

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There are several ways to look up a list of auto recalls by manufacturer, including registering with a car's maker for direct alerts and checking with different websites that list safety recall information including Reca... More »

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A United States Department of Transportation, or USDOT, number is primarily issued to any business organization that owns commercial vehicles as a means of keeping track of the company's safety rating. The U.S. Federal M... More »

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The states in the United States that require regular vehicle safety inspections and stickers are Delaware, Illinois, Hawaii, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, No... More »

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