An unfavorable safety rating can affect your company in many ways. You may experience a loss of customers, the inability to obtain new customers, or
increased roadside inspections. In short, unfavorable safety ratings can cost trucking companies a lot of money.
It’s possible to upgrade your rating, but to do so, you must follow a very specific procedure. The steps can be time-consuming and difficult for a lot of carriers to handle.
Safety ratings are determined by a DOT inspection that is done on-site with an Inspecting Agent. Following the inspection items that are reviewed with respect to the rating process include:
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A successful safety rating upgrade is both costly and time consuming. Many companies attempt to get an upgrade themselves; they are rarely successful - but don't worry, we can help. Contact us today
The cost is based on:
A 50% deposit is required after the quote is provided. The remaining 50% will be required just prior to FMCSA submission. In the event of FMCSA rejection, we will finish the documentation, make changes as requested, and resubmit for approval.