UCR Registration

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2014 UCR Registration Has Begun!

The fastest, easiest way to handle your UCR Registration is online at https://www.ucr.in.gov/. Or Alabama-based carriers can get 2014 UCR Registration forms here. If you are based in Florida or Mexico, you may choose to use Alabama as your base state. Your USDOT number must be active with FMCSA to complete your UCR registration! Have a question about UCR registration? Check here.
If you didn't pay your UCR fees for 2012 or 2013, you should not register for 2014 till you've paid for prior years. You can still get UCR forms for 2012 and 2013.

Notice to Motor Carriers and Motor Private Carriers

If you recently received a Unified Carrier Registration Form from the Alabama Public Service Commission, it is because you are registered with the U.S. Department of Transportation as an Interstate Motor Carrier or Motor Private Carrier. If you do not operate commercial motor vehicles in interstate transportation then you are not required to pay the UCR fee. However, you need to change your registration status with the U.S. Department of Transportation or you may be subject to roadside enforcement action, and you will continue to receive notices from the PSC. The fastest, easiest way to do this is by updating your MCS-150 online at the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Web site. Or you can obtain an MCS-150 form here to make general revisions.

If you only operate in intrastate transportation within the state, change your status to Intrastate Non-Hazmat Carrier or Intrastate Hazmat Shipper. If you are out of business, you must file a paper MCS-150 available here. Fill out the highlighted portions only and mail the form to the PSC at the address below. Also, for your convenience, MCS-150 forms to change your status are available here:

Intrastate Non-Hazmat Carrier
Intrastate Hazmat Shipper

Complete the highlighted portions and fax the form to FMCSA at 703-280-4003. Check your status at the SAFER Web site to ensure that the changes have been made, as you will continue to be subject to enforcement action until the changes are reflected in FMCSA records.

If you are involved in interstate transportation, but also have vehicles that are used exclusively in the intrastate transportation of property, waste, or recyclable material, you may exclude these vehicles from the vehicle count in section 4 of the UCR registration form. These vehicles may be subtracted from the fleet count in Section 4 under box number 1. By reducing your fleet vehicle count this may reduce the amount of the fee you must pay.

Docket 17238 - ORDER & NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING IN RE MOTOR CARRIER GENERAL ORDERS RULES & REGULATIONS - May 2010
Docket 17238 - ORDER FOR MOTOR CARRIER GENERAL ORDERS, RULES AND REGULATIONS - Nov 2007

More info about the UCR program is available in this Q&A and brochure.