Moving Tariff For FMCSA
Moving Tariff for FMCSA
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The correct moving tariff thats needed from the FMCSA
A moving tariff is required by the FMCSA for all movers in the United States. The tariff must list all the services provided by a moving company. It also must list the conditions and prices at which they will be provided. The tariff must follow the laws and regulations created by the FMCSA. However, it may be customized to fit the services provided by the moving company. All services provided by a moving company must be listed in the contents of the moving tariff. Any service that is not listed on the tariff may not be legally provided to customers of the moving company.
What if I don’t have a tariff?
If you are running a moving company and do not have a moving tariff, it is advised that you create one as soon as possible. Do this before your company is inspected by the Department Of Transportation. Not having a moving tariff while providing moving services can be detrimental to the future of your moving company. You could face potential fines and charges you may have to deal with in the future.