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Dynamic Compliance Inc


Are you starting your own trucking company and crossing stating lines?  DCI can obtain your MC #, DOT # and BOC 3.  

Are you wanting to become a Broker?  DCI can obtain your MC #, DOT # and BOC 3.

Are you hauling in Georgia only?  DCI can obtain your GIMC/MCA #.  

Who is required to register under the Georgia Intrastate Motor Carrier (GIMC) Registration Program?

Who is exempt from the Georgia Intrastate Motor Carrier (GIMC) Registration Program?

  • “Motor Carriers” (O.C.G.A. § 40-2-1) operating “Commercial Motor Vehicles” (O.C.G.A. § 40-1-1) in intrastate commerce. A “Commercial Motor Vehicle” is a vehicle used in the furtherance of a commercial enterprise that:

  • Has a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR), Gross Combination Weight Rating (GCWR), Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW), or Gross Combination Weight (GCW) of 4,537 kg (10,001 lbs.) or more; OR

  • Is designed or used to transport more than ten (10) passengers, including the driver; OR

  • Is used to transport material determined to be hazardous by the secretary of the United States Department of Transportation under 49 U.S.C. Section 5103 and transported in a quantity that requires placards under regulations prescribed under 49 C.F.R., Subtitle B, Chapter I, Subchapter C.

  • Covered Farm Vehicle - is operated by a farm/ranch owner or operator, or an employee or a family member of the farmer or rancher; Transports agricultural commodities, livestock or machinery or supplies to and from a farm or ranch; Is NOT operated for-hire (hauling for others for compensation); Are NOT transporting hazardous materials in quantities requiring the display of hazardous material warning placards.

  • Interstate Carrier -Carrier registered under the Unified Carrier registration

  • All school bus operations as defined in 49 CR §390.5

  • Transportation performed by Federal government, a State, or any political subdivision of a State, or an agency established under a compact between States that has been approved by the Congress of the United States;

  • The occasional transportation of personal property by individuals not for compensation nor in the furtherance of a commercial enterprise;

  • The transportation of human corpses or the emergency transportation of sick and injured persons;

  • The operation of fire trucks and rescue vehicles involved in emergency and related operations;

  • Volunteer charitable organizations

  • Private Motor Carrier of Passengers Non-business

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