What permits and fees needed to start your own trucking business within California?

What are all permits and fees needed in order to drive your own 18 wheeler truck within California only?

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Nov 09, 2015
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Oct 23, 2015
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by: Anonymous

Best thing to do is contact the OOIDA...owner operator independant drivers association. They can help u out a lot better on every thing u want to know. Word to the wise...while at it, do up a membership to them at 45$ a year...get membership card with lots of benefits and discounts and of there monthly magazine also go to there website...they keep u update on everything

Oct 23, 2015
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The list... NEW
by: Anonymous

... has no end. And California is constantly coming up with something new.


Go to a truckstop. Find an OO who has been sitting waiting for a load. Make sure he's not TOO PISSY to talk. You can tell just by looking at his face.



Sit with a pen and paper and he can help you make a list.

Guaranteed, the time he is sitting there waiting for a brokered load, his mind is stuck on the fact that he's losing money and may have a hard time making his truck payment, trailer payment... getting home...


or even dreading that blown tire or breakdown.


Owning a truck. Whew!



I'm getting off topic here, but the guys who own their own trucks and actually make ends meet...are ALWAYS gone.


The only guys I know of who arent belong to Rollin transport in Wisconsin. They are paid extremley well because their rates are so high and Vinnie Diorio does not drop them or budge on them at all.


He makes so much money that his trucks can actually park during the bad weather season...



BTW, in order for someone to be able to acuratelly be able to answer your question, you have to let us know what you will be hauling...



Hazmat of course, would require something different than Milk. Milk would require a permit (believe it or not, it's Cali)


You almost need a permit for every breath you take in Cali... which is why a lot of truckers that own the REALLY cool rigs, dont live here, license here... NOTHING here.


Most OTR truckers hate Cali as much as they do Florida and NY

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