Complete Compliance Services LLC

Complete Compliance Services LLC CCS offers you assistance on DOT, Regulatory Services, MVD Services, Quarterly Taxes, Driver Qualification Files, we also have a Drug and Alcohol program

If you need to apply for a commercial driver's license in the state of New Mexico, stop by MVD Express! To apply or your New Mexico CDL permit, you must be 18 years old and hold a valid New Mexico driver's license. To apply for a New Mexico commercial driver's license, you must be at least 18 years of age and hold a valid state issued driver's license. Call us today!

Here are some FAQs about DOT regulated Drug and Alcohol testing! Be sure to follow the link and give this a read, and do...
FAQs: Drug and Alcohol testing for CDL drivers

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Maintaining a DOT drug and alcohol program can be challenging for motor carriers. Many questions surround this topic, and for good reason, it's important to make sure your drivers understand the parameters for them to st...

FMCSA recently established a Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse rule that goes into effect early in 2020. ... The Drug and A...
Coming Soon: FMCSA CDL Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse

FMCSA recently established a Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse rule that goes into effect early in 2020. ... The Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse is a database created by FMCSA to house drug and alcohol violations for commercial vehicle drivers.

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FMCSA has released new resources to help CDL drivers, their employees, C/TPA's, MRO's, and SAPs prepare for their roles in the forthcoming Commercial Driver's License Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse.

Good morning everyone! All of us here at CCS hope you had a great weekend! Now with Monday, we know that means working, ...

Good morning everyone! All of us here at CCS hope you had a great weekend! Now with Monday, we know that means working, but we love to help you, make your job easier! Stop by, or give us a call if there is anything you have questions on, or if you need us to do it! We're always glad to help out! Lets have a great week! We always appreciate your business, and love when you refer your friends and family!

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Questions about the use of medications by CDL drivers.

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Many drivers ask these types of questions, especially whether a particular drug will disqualify a driver from driving.

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With Spring comes speed.


Starting February 7, 2020, drivers who want to upgrade to a Class A license won't need to spend as much time in class, thanks to the new rule from the FMCSA.

The agency has amended it's entry-level driver training rules to chop nearly 27 hours of classroom time for the current holder of a Class B commercial license who want to upgrade to a Class A.

The FMCSA reasoned that drivers who already have experience with a Class B license won't be needing more training on certain activities such as trip planning and drug testing. This reduction is estimated to save over $800 per driver, the agency says.

The agency will allow Class B CDL holders to get special "upgrade" training to obtain their CDL Class A license. The pared-down training will remove eight units involving non-driving activities:

1. Handling and documenting cargo

2. Environmental compliance issues

3. Post-crash procedures

4. External communications

5. Whistleblower/coercion

6. Trip planning

7. Drugs/Alcohol

8. Medical requirements.

The Class A training curriculum is found in Appendix A to part 380. The shortened "upgrade" training will be an option for all Class B CDL holders, no matter when they obtained their license.


Here at complete compliance we strive to help your business become successful! Do you have questions about our MVD services? give us a call! Do you not understand some of the regulations? Not a worry stop on by we can help you have a better understanding. Do you need some supplies such as Annual Inspections, Reg books, Inspector certs, DVIR's, and more? Stop by we carry them! We're your one stop shop! Hope to see you soon!

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CCS provides all your companies needs in one stop. CCS supplies all your answers, whether it's MVD, department of transport compliance or credentials.

Colorado Motor Carriers Association

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If you are using AOBRDs, you only have until December 16 to transition your full fleet to ELDs.
While we are still in Phase 2 of ELD Implementation, December 16, 2019, is a critical date as the AOBRD grandfather provision expires. This provision allows fleets that had AOBRDs installed in their trucks prior to December 18, 2017, to continue using AOBRDs for two years following the ELD Compliance Date. Beginning December 16, 2019, motor carriers and drivers subject to the ELD rule must use self-certified ELDs that are registered with FMCSA.
Don’t wait—prepare now!
You can take steps now to avoid unforeseen delays, which could result in violations, fines, or drivers being placed out of service. To ensure you are prepared for the deadline:
• Contact your AOBRD provider to discuss options for transitioning to ELDs.
• Research the self-certified, registered ELDs on the market.
• Update your device software and hardware, if needed, to ensure that, by December 16, all devices meet the minimum requirements of the technical specifications in the ELD rule.
• Train your employees, including drivers and administrative staff, on how to use the ELDs you have selected to record, certify, manage, and transfer driver logs.
For more information on ELDs and AOBRDs, as well as tips on choosing a compliant ELD, visit the Drivers and Motor Carriers section of the ELD website.


The job prospects for commercial truck drivers in the 10-year period ending in 2018 are good, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Demand expected to increase as the economy improves should help the industry.


Are you the kind of person who hates the idea of a 9 to 5 cubicle job? Truck driving is a great way to have a varied career out of the office, and you have the option to be your own boss as an owner-operator.


It’s important to remember that there’s a written component to the CDL test in addition to just showing competency behind the wheel. Ensuring you’ve taking a class to prepare you for the test questions will give you peace of mind.


There are certain specified tests you may be required to get your CDL, depending on what type of truck you will be certified to drive. These include a hazardous materials test, passenger transport test, combinations vehicles test, and tank vehicles test.


Even in a stagnant job market, there are always truck driving jobs available. Training and licensing is a relatively easy process, and you will be in an industry that pays well and is relatively secure.


Semi truck engines are about six times larger than those found in passenger vehicles in terms of both size and weight. The engine of an average car uses between 100-200 horsepower. The average tractor-trailer engine uses 400-600 horsepower.


Truck driving has always been open to both men and women. In fact, the first long-distance truck drivers were woman. Today, the numbers of women entering the profession is increasing at a steady rate, as it provides great work for great pay.


Is there a difference between performing basic control skills in a big truck and the road test? Virtually every state has three steps to the skills test. Performing basic skills, such as backing up to a loading dock, is one of the steps. The skills test usually starts with a vehicle inspection and ends with the road test.


One of the great things about truck driving school is that you often will determine how fast you can graduate. If you already have significant commercial driving experience, you may find that you can graduate much sooner than you thought.


Did you know that there is a National Truck Driver Appreciation Week? Well, it’s true. Celebrated during the third week of September every year, it was established to remind us of how important truck drivers are to the economic health of the country.


A student should expect to complete 152 hours of combined class and driving time to graduate from a certified commercial truck driving school. That includes 152 hours behind the wheel in combined course and street driving time.


Using regular map apps and GPS systems meant for passenger vehicles could get you lost when you’re driving a truck as they don’t generally follow truck routes. When you first start out as a driver, sit down with a motor carrier’s road atlas and plan your routes, highlighting any low overhead clearances.


One of the many differences between driving a big rig and a passenger vehicle is the rules and regulations that truck drivers must follow. Every commercial driver must maintain a medical certificate with the results of a current physical examination.


Fully-trained drivers with a commercial driver's license (CDL) are responsible for controlling large vehicles, which is why there are federal guidelines for what it takes to get a CDL, as well as application procedures and training regulations on the state level.


Truck transportation is a growing field. The average age of a commercial driver is 55, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Since so many drivers are approaching retirement, by 2020, approximately 330,000 new truck drivers will be needed.


Husband and wife teams are growing in popularity, and truck driving has become a great second career for empty nesters who are ready to travel and spread their wings. Because of the new regulations regarding hours, team drivers are attractive to employers.


Trucks take much longer to stop than a normal sized car and that makes your vehicle pretty dangerous. You should always be very careful and keep a great following distance to give you ample time to make any stops.


We recognize that the idea of spending years in a classroom when your family needs you to earn a living now can be unthinkable for many people. Let’s talk about how quickly you can progress through our commercial driving programs.


The FMCSA agency was established as a separate administration within the U.S. Department of Transportation on January 1, 2000. It is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and employs more than 1,000 people in all 50 States and the District of Columbia.


Not only does speeding increase the risk of getting into an accident, it will also increase aerodynamic drag and use more fuel in your truck. Maintain a consistent speed, use cruise control when appropriate, and avoid quick accelerations.


If you don’t know the basics of OSHA and DOT regulations, as well as compliance, accountability, and safety, you can always apply for online training courses to fill in these gaps in your knowledge and drive your truck safely.


Attending a truck driving school will give you an edge once you’re out on the road, as you will learn the tricks of the trade to deliver the best possible service. Truck driving school also teaches you skills and techniques that will help you to avoid any accidents.


The Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) is a federally-mandated, state-administered program that was created by the Unified Carrier Registration Act of 2005. Since then, it has become one of the necessary trucking licenses and permits that trucking companies should have.


It’s important to remember that truck driving isn’t a profession that everyone is cut out for. If you’re on the fence about whether you’d be happy spending so much time behind the wheel, taking a truck driving course could give you a taste of what you can expect.


Any truck that weighs 55,000 pounds or more is required to pay federal heavy-highway vehicle use tax. In order to pay taxes due, you must complete and file a 2290 tax form with the IRS every year.


Are you frustrated by the jobs available in your area because you hate the idea of sitting in an office every day? Remember, training to be a commercial truck driver could give you the skills you need to get a rewarding job out on the road.


Trucker Trivia: Trucking is not just a man's game anymore! Presently, there are 200,000 female truck drivers in the U.S. (5.7%), comprising a 50% increase in women drivers in the past 10 years.


The first big rig was developed in 1898 by Alexander Winton, and was created in order to move the autos his company produced to their dealerships. Since then, the tractor-trailer has had a steady evolution in design; the modern tractor-trailer has five axles – three on the tractor and two on the trailer.


Around 78% of goods in the US are delivered or transported by trucks. As a truck driver, that means you're a valuable part of keeping the US economy rolling (literally), but it also means you can be sure your skills will stay marketable.


One of the best ways to build a strong trucking company is to hire only the most qualified personnel. Along with the use of best hiring practices, a compliance company can help you by setting up a very effective pre-screening service for you.


Being a commercial truck driver provides more scheduling freedom than one might expect. As long as you make your deliveries on time and follow company policy, you're free to set your hours as you like.


If it’s difficult for you to get a truck permit, consider asking for professional help. Truck permit companies can often provide all the service books you need in one place.


If you are looking for a reliable industry, truck driving is a good option. Last year, American trucks brought almost 70 percent of all goods to stores and counters, and 81 percent of the total value of all trade between the U.S. and Mexico was transported via truck.


In the US, the trucking licenses and permits are regulated by the FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration). The primary mission of this agency is to reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities involving large commercial vehicles, including trucks and buses.


Under federal regulations from the Department of Transportation, commercial truck drivers who drive across state lines cannot remain behind the wheel more than 11 hours a day. Drivers must have at least 10 hours off duty between work shifts.


4809 Jefferson St NE
Albuquerque, NM

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Wednesday 07:30 - 17:30
Thursday 07:30 - 17:30
Friday 07:30 - 17:00


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