Driver Qualification file management

City registration services’ online portal lets you manage your driver’s documents and manage files seamlessly.

Our services offers a range of benefits, including


Efficiently handle and maintain your truck permits, saving time and reducing administrative burdens. Simplify the permitting process with us.


Experience permit management made easy. Our user-friendly platform simplifies the complexities of truck permits, ensuring compliance and peace of mind.


Keep your truck permits in perfect order. Our comprehensive service streamlines organization, making it effortless to manage permits and stay compliant.


Stay compliant with confidence. Our permit management ensures adherence to all regulations, preventing costly fines and disruptions in your operations.


A Driver Qualification file (or “DQ File”) is a collection of driver documentation that shows that a driver is “qualified” to operate a commercial motor vehicle (CMV). A Driver Qualification file includes: Driver application for employment.

Driver's License/CDL - Motor carriers must ensure that each DQ file contains a copy of the driver's current and valid license or CDL. Medical Examiner Certificate - Carriers must also ensure that each DQ file contains a copy of the driver's current and valid med card.

All DQF and Safety Performance History files must be kept in digital format, must be legible, and must be maintained for the minimum amounts of time outlined above.

At City Registration Service, we take immense pride in our unwavering dedication to your satisfaction and our established legacy of accomplishments. We comprehend the unique trials that you, as a trucker or a trucking enterprise, encounter. Our primary mission is to be your trusted guide through the intricate world of permitting. With our seasoned guidance, you can direct your energy toward what genuinely counts - your business.

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