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CA Number (California DOT Number)

california dot number

The California Department of Transportation Number (CA DOT) is a specific number assigned by the California Highway Patrol (CHP). Motor carriers within the state lines of California must have a California DOT Number.  You can either choose between an in-state or out-of-state carrier.

In-State Carriers: Operate commercial vehicles within the state lines of California. Carriers must have a Motor Carrier Permit, a CA number, and from September 2016 a US DOT number.

Out of State Carriers: Some Out-of-state carriers must have a Motor Carrier Permit and a CA DOT number in addition to the USDOT number to enter California.

Displaying California DOT Number

The owner must display the CA DOT on both sides of each vehicle. (according to the California Vehicle Code (CVC) Section 34507.5).

Let DOT Operating Authority assist you with getting California DOT Number!

DOT Operating Authority provides our clients with help from professional agents. We specialize in every aspect of authority registration. We have years of experience in all types of the trucking industry.

Give us a call at (888) 669-4383 to receive all the information you need, and to start the process of obtaining a California DOT number. We are looking forward to assisting you!

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