In the United States, commercial driving operations are either considered “interstate” or “intrastate.” An “interstate” trucking company operates in two or more states, crossing one or more state lines to deliver freight. “Intrastate” companies only deliver within a single state.
As an interstate commercial driving operation, our trucking company is required to follow Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, or FMCSRs, and federal Hazardous Material Regulations.
Operations that transport cargo across state lines are also subject to any regulations and fees of the states through which a truck travels. The federal regulations are established by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, or FMCSA, an agency within the U.S. Department of Transportation.
At PDQ America, our interstate trucking and brokering capabilities mean we get your load covered efficiently, following all the necessary regulations. To get an interstate freight quote, fill out this form.