About Tapservices

With his expertise in day-to-day knowledge of fuel tax reporting, trucker permits, business files, and authorities across the United States, Mr. Himanshu founded Tap Truck Permits & Services a few years ago. We are happy to let you know that Tap Truck permits & services have accomplished a remarkable feat. Over 5000 transport businesses in the US have benefited from our services.

In addition to helping owner-operators and small trucking companies, we also offer guidance to larger fleets or trucking companies. Any level of trucking company may rely on our knowledgeable personnel to handle all of their needs.

Our Goodness What Makes Us Special

Trusted Franchise

A reputable franchise with a broad selection of high-quality services is TAP Services. Their staff members are informed, adept, and committed to providing top-notch client service.

Customer Support

We have a dedicated team accessible to assist with any inquiries or problems and offer outstanding customer service to all of our clients.

Reliability & Punctuality

Reliability and punctuality are top priorities for TAP Services in all aspects of the business. Every time, our crew is dedicated to providing top-notch services on time.

Our Locations

110 +
Clients Worldwide

240 +
Owned Vehicles

Tonnes Transported

Why Choose Tapservices

  • Manage Trucking Permits
  • DOT Drug And Alcohol Testing
  • DOT Audit Support
  • DOT Clearinghouse
  • Open New Trucking Company
  • Trailer Leasing Services

Face Behind Tapservices Our Team

Mr. Himanshu

Founder & CEO

Kevin Mash

Head Operational

Mike Douglos

Team Lead Support

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Whether you require distribution or fulfillment, defined freight forwarding, or a complete supply chain solution, we are here for you.


Frequently Asked Questions

What is a truck permit?

A truck permit is a legal document that allows a commercial vehicle to operate on public roads. The permit is required by law to ensure that the vehicle meets safety standards and is properly registered.

What types of truck permits are there?

There are several types of truck permits, including oversize/overweight permits, temporary operating permits, trip permits, fuel permits, and IRP (International Registration Plan) permits. The type of permit required will depend on the specific needs of the vehicle and the journey it will be making.

How do I apply for a truck permit?

The process for applying for a truck permit varies by state and by the type of permit needed. Generally, you will need to provide information about your vehicle, including its size and weight, and the purpose of your trip. You may also need to provide proof of insurance and pay a fee. Many states offer online applications for certain types of permits.

How long does it take to get a truck permit?

The processing time for a truck permit can vary depending on the type of permit and the state where you are applying. Some permits can be obtained instantly online, while others may take several days or even weeks to process.

What happens if I operate my truck without a permit?

Operating a commercial vehicle without the proper permits can result in fines, impoundment of the vehicle, and other penalties. Additionally, it can put you and others on the road at risk if your vehicle is not properly registered or if it exceeds size or weight limits.

How long are truck permits valid for?

The validity period for truck permits varies depending on the type of permit and the state where it was issued. Some permits may be valid for a single trip or for a specific time period, while others may be valid for a longer period of time or until the vehicle's registration expires. It's important to check the expiration date of your permit and make sure it is renewed before it expires to avoid any penalties or issues while operating your vehicle.

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