Intrastate or interstate authority

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  1. PirateBox

    PirateBox Bobtail Member

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    And what happens with blind bol or double blind bol.
     
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  3. NightWind

    NightWind Road Train Member

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    Those are simply to hide/ cloak the shipper/receiver from each other which now days is stupid IE a waste of time because of Google
     
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  4. abyliks

    abyliks Road Train Member

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    Blind shipments should also be made illegal, seems a good chunk of the reason goods have gone up on top of inflation is everyone is trying to make something off someone else, nothing like manufacturing something at point a, shipping it hundreds of miles away to point B just to change the stickers, to #### back 20 minutes down the road from where it originated from
     
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  5. m16ty

    m16ty Road Train Member

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    Depending on State, you don’t even have to fill out a msc-150 running intrastate. I know in TN you don’t. I know of plenty of people running intrastate here that have nothing but a state weighted tag. You do have to have a CDL, but no drug testing requirement (if there is nobody enforces it and nobody does it). They do have to pay IRS 2290, but that’s it.
    Technically, if the state doesn’t require it you don’t even have to have a cdl (although I know of no state that doesn’t require it). If you travel intrastate only the federal government has zero authority (USDOT or FMCSA).
     
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