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FMCSA Revokes 7,500+ Freight Broker Authorities


Now that the FMCSA’s $75,000 bond compliance grace period ended on December 1st, the FMCSA has stuck to their word and is wasting no time enforcing the increased freight broker requirement.

In the first week, about 7,500 broker authorities have been revoked. It is expected the number of authority revocations will only increase, as some industry professionals estimate that about half of the 21,000+ freight brokers within the U.S. are still not $75,000 compliant.

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Comments (4)

Category: Commercial Bonds


4 Responses

  1. How does a shipper know if the bond has been posted or not with their broker? What physical proof is there ?

  2. Hey Mark,

    You can visit the FMCSA website and verify whether freight brokers are meeting all requirements by inputting their information here: http://li-public.fmcsa.dot.gov/LIVIEW/pkg_carrque

    When the broker's information is pulled up, click the button under “View Details” (either the HTML or Report button). You’ll want to look for “ACTIVE” under the Authority Status column, and “YES” under Insurance on File column. If the broker’s record reflects these, it means they have the financial security of either a bond or trust.

    You can even determine the amount of financial security in place ($10K or $75K) and the expiration date by clicking the “Active/Pending Insurance” link at the bottom of the page. Once you’re on that page, you can click the name of the company who provided the bond/trust and get their contact information.

    1. Hey Dan,

      I don't know of any link providing that information, but it could very well exist. We obtained our statistics from industry expert and owner of mycarrierresources.com, Mike Curry (big thanks to Mike).


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