Endorsement for Motor Carrier Policies FORM MCS-90B
Make sure you and/or your drivers have the documentation to prove the validity of an insurance policy as required by Federal law.
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When you and your drivers have access to the Endorsement for Motor Carrier Policies FORM MCS-90B Mobile App you can rest assured that the liability coverage information is quickly accessible from the driver's iPhone, iPad or Android device.
Bus operators with a commercial driver's license as well as businesses operating commercial buses and motor vehicles are required to maintain proper insurance. Specific policy endorsements help to ensure that CDL operators have sufficient liability insurance coverage in the event their vehicle and the operation of their commercial motor vehicle causes bodily injury, death, or property damage. Surety bonds, additional coverage for the insured, cargo endorsements, hazardous materials coverage, and more are common additions issued by an insurance company to provide additional insurance coverage.
As a permit holder for a commercial motor vehicle, use this app to best comply with motor carrier safety regulations and law when it comes to having an insurance policy. In the trucking industry, use this app to minimize security risks according to federal motor requirements and regulations for intrastate commerce.
Save the completed coverage form, with electronic signatures, safely to the GoCanvas Cloud, and generate into a PDF form to transmit to the US Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).
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