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The Maryland Motor Carrier Handbook
Your best source for motor carrier and commercial vehicle rules and regulations in Maryland.


Maps

Emergency Truck Parking

Trucker's Map

Maryland 511 Traveler Information

Live Traffic Information - CHART Interactive Traveler Info

I-95 Travelers Alert Maps and Info


 Maryland Commercial Vehicle Law


Preventive Maintenance Program Handbook
Details on the vehicle inspection program that is required on all commercial vehicles at least every 12 months or 25,000 miles, whichever occurs first.


IRP Manual
Provides basic information needed when preparing applications for registration and other information about how the International Registration Plan works in Maryland.


IFTA Filing
The Comptroller of Maryland website for IFTA E-file. This is a free service that allows a Maryland-based IFTA carrier to quickly and accurately file their quarterly IFTA report electronically.


Hauling Permits & SHA Resources
Information about hauling permits, including Oversize / Overweight permits, with links to services on the State Highway Administration's web site.


Truck Route Restrictions
Up to date information on Interstates, U.S. highways, State highways, and local area restrictions for trucks in Maryland.


Truck Weigh and Inspection Stations
List of the Truck Weigh and Inspection Stations throughout Maryland.


Truck Idling Regulations
The American Trucking Research Institute publishes a compendium of current idling regulations by state.


 Baltimore City Truck Study


Port Security Including the
Transportation Workers Identification Credential (TWIC) Access requirements to the Port of Baltimore. 


 Federal Commercial Vehicle Law

Regulations regarding commercial motor vehicles and drivers are found in the Maryland Vehicle Law (M/V Law), the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR), and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR).