Unified Carrier Registration Plan and Agreement FAQs
What is the Unified Carrier Registration Plan and Agreement?
The Unified Carried Registration (UCR) Plan and Agreement are part of a Federally-mandated, State-administered program that went into effect September 10, 2007. Under this program, States collect fees from motor carriers, motor private carriers, freight forwarders, brokers and leasing companies, based on the number of qualifying commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) in their fleets.
What are the Unified Carrier Registration fees for 2012/2013?
FEES UNDER THE UNIFIED CARRIER REGISTRATION PLAN AND AGREEMENT
FOR REGISTRATION YEARS 2012/2013
Number of CMVs owned or operated by exempt or non-exempt motor carrier, motor private carrier, or freight forwarder
Fee per entity for exempt or non-exempt motor carrier, motor private carrier, or freight forwarder
Fee per entity for broker or leasing company
1,001 and above
What do States do with the UCR revenue?
The revenue generated from this program is to be used for CMV safety and enforcement initiatives as well as administration of the UCR program.
This information is provided by the Department of Public Utilities