May 21, 2014 | By Navigator |
A filing is like a certificate of insurance issued by an insurer that provides proof of specific insurance coverage. There are both federal filings and state filings.
Federal filings are submitted to the Federal Highway Administration. They often are required for interstate transportation of goods, people or hazardous materials.
State filings are submitted to a specific state’s Department of Transportation or other governing body. They often are required for intrastate transportation of goods, people or hazardous materials.
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