IAM can provide your FMCSA Interstate Compliance Requirements (BOC-3 Process Agents & Arbitration)
A number of companies have recently received notice from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) warning that their company’s designation of process agent (Form BOC-3) is no longer valid. And they must have a designated process agent on file with FMCSA, or their operating authority may be revoked.
This is likely due to the fact that your process agent designation is still listed as the American Moving & Storage Association (AMSA). And AMSA no longer exists. Therefore, you need to take action to have a designated process agent on file with FMCSA before 29 May, or risk revocation of your operating authority.
IAM members can use IAM’s designated process agent through AllAmerican Agents of Process, free with your membership. IAM also has an arbitration program for your use if you choose to take advantage of that program, as required by FMCSA.
For non-members, IAM can process your request for BOC-3 coverage and avail you of arbitration services for an annual fee of $250.
If you’re interested, click here, fill out the required information; and IAM will make arrangements to get you coverage so your operating authority is not revoked. Don’t wait, it can take a few days for this process to be complete within FMCSA.
If you have any questions, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.