Monthly Archives: December 2013

Tax Santa Has Already Arrived With New Surprises, Meet Him at

Christmas trees, Santa and the carols… They seem to almost exist every year and sometimes, we always look forward for changes in the stereotype celebrations. So here, our Tax Santa has come with a change, putting forward interesting offers to make your Christmas much more special than it used to be. Yeah, it is even hilarious to think our tax experts in Santa attire, with the mini Santa cookies decorated on trays, snowflakes on the ranch and branches and the sky, sinking in the world of blue, we’re actually doing what we’re supposed to do. Serve you! Continue reading

Truckers, Know More About DOT Regulations For Pull Behind Trailers

Welcome back our sophisticated truckers… We have always been authentic and simple, just to keep your interest prolonged for a while; and we’re glad we have been succeeding every time. We choose topics which would sustain and signify your passion, trucking. So today’s topic is all about Pull Behind Trailers and DOT regulations for the same.

Well, these pull behind trailers are subjected to the standards set forth by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. In the title 49 of the United States Code explains that the administration and auto manufacturers must meet the standards, which are set by the administration. However, these rules are set in order to protect the public from unreasonable risk. Continue reading

Trucking Authority, Do You Have One?

Hello Truckers, a warm welcome to our blog. We’re glad that our blog posts are dedicated to you. Today we shall speak about trucking authority and their deals. Any company that engages in commercial “for hire” transportation for passengers or goods in interstate commerce should own proper operating authority. However, this authority is regulated by Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) which accepts applications given by companies wish to provide their service in interstate commerce. FMSCA issue an authority in the form of an “MC,” “MX” or “FF” number, which indicates the type of operations the vehicle will be involved in, the cargo it will carry or persons, where the company is located and services it can provide.

Operating authority includes the requirements for the level of insurance and financial responsibility the company is obligated to maintain. Continue reading