Mexican Carriers with Authority to operate in U.S. – UPDATED 7/28/2008

This page will list all the Mexican motor carriers who have been granted authority under the provisions of the Demonstration Truck Program. This page will be updated  as new information is received or you can check for yourself at FMCSA – Cross Border Carriers

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UPDATE 3/14/2008

NOTE: Effective February 1, 2008, Trinity Industries de Mexico S de R L de CV, DOT# 610385, withdrew from the Cross Border Demonstration Project and reinstated their OP-2 commercial zone authority.
Effective June 12, 2008, Francisa Burgos Vizcarra dba Transportes Francisca Burgos Vizcarra, DOT# 558189, had its operating authority reinstated.
Effective June 19, 2008, Orlando Nevid Lopez Hernandez dba Productos Alpes DOT# 559947 withdrew from the Cross Border Demonstration Project and reinstated their OP-2 authority.
* Do not include the “X” suffix when querying any FMCSA database.
**This is the number of trucks inspected during the Pre-Authorization Safety Audit. Carriers may add additional trucks during the Cross Border Demonstration Project.

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