D.O.T. Commercial Inspections ~ 281.452.5757
D.O.T. Commercial Inspections      ~      281.452.5757
D.O.T. Commercial Inspection

TTT Inspections
16406 East Fwy I-10

Channelview (Houston)
Texas 77530

281.452.5757 Office

 

281.452.5849 Fax

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Business Hours

Monday - Friday

8:00am - 4:00pm

 

We accept ACH Payment | Company Check | Visa | Mastercard | Amex

ComCheck | T- Check | ERS
ARI & GE Fleet Certified

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Frequently Ask Questions

 

Q: Do you provide a Mobile Service for State D.O.T. Inspections? 
A: No we are not allowed to go to your premises because its illegal.

Q: What do I need to have, for a Commercial Inspections?
A: Valid Insurance at least good for 30 Days.  Make sure you have a readable
     Data plate (Readable Vin Number)

Q:  Do I need an appointment?
A:   No appointment needed.

Q:  What is the difference between a Texas D.O.T. & F.M.C.S.A., inspection?
A:   If your vehicle is registered in Texas, you need the Texas D.O.T. inspection.      
      Some States, only do F.M.C.S.A. inspection.

      Read the rule 396.17 thru 396.21 Periodic  inspection.
     
www.fmcsa.dot.gov/regulations/title49/section/396.17

Q:  What does F.M.C.S.A. mean?
A:   Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
      https://cms.fmcsa.dot.gov/

Q:  What does CSA mean?
A:   Compliance Safety Accountability
      https://csa.fmcsa.dot.gov/

Q:  How do I bring my score down? What Score?
A:   Check your "Safety Data record " http://ai.fmcsa.dot.gov/
      Stay on the Home Page - Go to "Motor Carrier Safety and Perfomance Data"
      Type your USDOT# or Motor Carrier (MC) # or "Company Name.

Q:  Do I have to pay if my vehicle fails?
A:   Yes, you do, we did an inspection. Read next question!

Q:  What happens if my vehicle fails?
A:   If your vehicle fails, you have 15 days to repair it and come back & receive
      (1) Free re-inspection.

Q:  Can I get an inspection on a rainy day?
A:   Yes, we can inspect your vehicle on rainy days.

Q:  I am moving to Texas. How do I register my vehicle?
A:   You will need the following:

Step 1. Insurance that is good for at least 30 days.
Step 2. Texas D.O.T. inspection 
Step 3. Obtain a weight certificate (most large truck stop have a scale)
Step 4. Title & your bill of sale (we don't need that for your inspection)
Step 5. Take all the above documents to your local county tax office.

Visit the Texas State Department http://www.dot.state.tx.us/ for more information.         

Q:  How to check your Safety Data record?
A:   Click on this link  http://ai.fmcsa.dot.gov/ and follow the instruction.

Q:  How to find an Inspection Station?
A:  https://www.txdps.state.tx.us/RSD/VI/VIactiveStationLocator/default.aspx

 

      

       "  Inspections Emphasize Importance of Vehicle, Driver Compliance  "

 


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