Only in California, intrastate permit required to haul in state load.

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  1. WesternPlains

    WesternPlains Road Train Member

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    If you go to CA. Do an intrastate load. Usually it's to skip to a better area to get another load back out.
    CA requires an intrastate permit.
    $4000 fine if caught.
    Only in CA. I ain't never heard of this anywhere else. Always considered interstate to be above intrastate. Could do anything intrastate as a interstate company and driver.
     
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  3. wichris

    wichris Road Train Member

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    Get caught doing Intrastate in TX and a few others. CA Intrastate just requires your insurance to file on their form and then register.
     
  4. Kshaw0960

    Kshaw0960 Heavy Load Member

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    That’s not CA that’s every state if you run apportioned plates. We’ve been caught doing it once (to be fair we never really do it) and it was a warning no fine on the scale on I-5.
     
  5. xsetra

    xsetra Road Train Member

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    That is a big fine. Not only in CA.
    I had 3 intrastate authorities to cover such loads. Some states you have to renew the authority each year. Others are register once for life.
     
  6. wichris

    wichris Road Train Member

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    Some states all you need is the mc authority.
     
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