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InstituteVehicle TitlingCompliance and Exceptions (Level 2)USAEnglishAnalysisFocus AreaRegistration and Permits - Motor CarrierRegistration
['Registration and Permits - Motor Carrier']
- Commercial motor vehicles must be licensed according to the laws of all jurisdictions in which they operate.
- Vehicle licensing fees and procedures vary from state to state.
- When a vehicle is operated solely within a single state, a base plate from that state authorizes travel within the state only.
Every commercial motor vehicle must be licensed according to the laws of all jurisdictions in which it operates. Commercial motor vehicles subject to vehicle licensing rules include for-hire, private, and exempt.
Vehicle licensing fees and procedures vary from state to state and can depend upon:
- The type of vehicle,
- The weight of the vehicle,
- Where travel will take place,
- The kind of motor carriage being conducted, or
- The value or age of the vehicle.
When a vehicle is operated solely within a single state, a base plate is obtained from that state, authorizing travel within the state only.
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