Not authorized/Revoked authority/For Hire plates

Discussion in 'Ask An Owner Operator' started by PSM379, Jul 13, 2020.

  1. PSM379

    PSM379 Light Load Member

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    Maybe someone has the true meaning of this. Guys I seeing hauling around NC with “for hire” tags, safer says involuntarily revocation, and not authorized. How does 1 get around this? Is this legal? I guess if it’s all exempt commodity which I’m pretty sure that isn’t the case. How would they even get a for hire tag without the proper insurance and licensing?
     
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  3. Tug Toy

    Tug Toy Road Train Member

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    If they are Intrastate only they don’t need federal authority, I wouldn’t think even if they are “For Hire”.
     
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  4. PSM379

    PSM379 Light Load Member

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    That was my thoughts , how do they get freight then though? Can a direct shipper load a guy with no operating authority to stay intrastate
     
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    New a Grain Hauler that ran with a farm plate.
     
  6. xsetra

    xsetra Road Train Member

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    Shipper asks: can you haul it cheaper.
    Trucker says: yep
    Shipper says: you're hired.

    Not shippers problem if truck isn't legal.
    Yes shippers load might get held up if the truck gets stopped and isn't legal.
    Still not a liability for the shipper.
    It will cost the truck owner to get it to receiver. Just my opinion.
     
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