Can o/o broker loads?

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  1. The Biggest Dawg

    The Biggest Dawg Light Load Member

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    Am I required to have broker authority if I am brokering loads of a non-regulated (exempt) commodity such as garbage?

    When I read this it sounds like a o/o or some employed by said o/o can broker loads. Is that the case? I want to broker loads and already have my authority what's else to I need to do?

    The term "broker" means a person, other than a motor carrier or an employee or agent of a motor carrier, that as a principal or agent sells, offers for sale, negotiates for, or holds itself out by solicitation, advertisement, or otherwise as selling, providing, or arranging for, transportation by a motor carrier for compensation.
     
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  3. wichris

    wichris Road Train Member

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    No broker authority is needed for exempt commodity.
     
    PPDCT Thanks this.
  4. Trucker186

    Trucker186 Medium Load Member

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    I have a question does that mean if I wanted a contract with a lumber company for say 2.45 a mile. Would I need a broker authority?
     
  5. PPDCT

    PPDCT Road Train Member

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    If you're running your truck(s) only on that contract? No. If you're intending to push the loads out to others under different authorities than your own? Yes.
     
  6. Trucker186

    Trucker186 Medium Load Member

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    Ok, That Clears that up.
     
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