Bureau of Automotive Repair
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How Does It Work?
Register Your Business
The BAR requires a registered business to start the license process. Find out which structure is best for you! Corporation, LLC, DBA or Partnership?
Customize your Documents
The BAR requires specific structure to your newly established business, BusinessRocket will help you setup the business to all State Parameters.
Business License & Seller Permits
BusinessRocket ensures that your new automotive repair business is complaint with all state and city regulatory bureaus.
Business Rocket will accurately prepare and review your Bureau of Automotive Repair Application, so you can focus on growing your company.
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What kind of car do I need for a TCP License?
The CPUC does not have any Year, Make or Model requirements for a vehicle being added to the TCP license. However, if you plan to provide transportation services, the vehicle must be operational and registered for commercial use. It is also recommended you verify with your insurance broker and any potential vendors, like Uber or Lyft, any specified vehicle requirements.
How long does the TCP process take?
If the carrier has all required documentation, a TCP can become active in as little as two-to-four weeks after submission. The process in its entirety takes an average of five-to-six weeks, with CPUC allocating a maximum timeframe of ninety days.
What type of insurance do I need for a TCP License?
A Public Liability and Property Damage insurance policy is the main insurance policy you are required to have coverage for on your vehicles. The minimum coverage starts at $750,000 for a seven-seater vehicle, and increases with larger seating capacity.
What is Commercial Registration?
Commercial registration classifies a vehicle to be used primarily for business purposes. This classification signifies to the DMV that this vehicle will no longer be considered for personal use, but instead for commercial use, regardless of who the registered owner of the vehicle is.