In the trucking business time is money and the staff at Sky Transport Solutions understands this. We will get your title transfers for your semi truck quickly, so you can get back on the road and transporting freight. One phone call  to us will solve all your title requirements.

Sky Transport Solutions are the new and lost title replacement experts!
Yes! We can get a title for your commercial truck. No title issue case is too complicated.

We specialized in:

  • Securing new or replacement titles so you can register your commercial truck
  • Finding a lost title so you can transfer ownership
  • Issuing titles for commercial trucks that have been abandoned, impounded, towed, or unclaimed
  • Getting a new title for commercial trucks purchased or sold at private or public sale or auction.

When you order our commercial truck title service, we will find any lost commercial truck title for you or obtain a new commercial truck title … any make, any model, any year, in any state or your money back. We can guarantee we will find or replace your commercial truck title!

Send us your Telephone Number and we will contact you and explain all our services and answer any questions you may have regarding Title transfers.

Let Sky Transport Solutions provide you with assistance when you open your trucking company. Permits, Authority and Corporation Package. We have opened thousands of trucking companies throughout the years, and provide constant and consistent service to our truckers. From quarterly IFTA filings to DOT drug and alcohol testing. We are always here to answer all your trucking permit, authority and filing questions.

Let Sky Transport Solutions get all your trucking permits, saving you time and money.

Trucks are for hauling things like cargo and goods. Although they are for hauling, they can also carry people like transport buses. However, their primary purpose is not to carry people but to carry cargo. Their design is for work and not for play.

Different Types of Trucks
The classification of trucks is primarily according to weight. Since weight is the determining factor, it is not unusual for certain trucks to fall into several categories. There are four main categories of trucks. They are the following:

1. Heavy Trucks
These trucks weigh more than 11,793 kg. Most of these trucks are also included in the medium category, but only heavier. Examples of these types of trucks are cement mixers, fire trucks, mobile cranes, tractor-trailer units, and tank trucks.

2. Medium Trucks
Medium trucks in the United States weigh over 6,350 kg but not over 11,794 kg. They can include fire trucks, vans, and other vehicles that belong to this weight range.

3. Light Trucks
These vehicles weigh 6,350 kg or less in the United States. Light trucks can include minivans, SUVs, pickup trucks, and tow trucks.

4. Special Trucks/Transporters/Ultra-heavy Trucks
Other terms for these trucks are mining haul trucks and heavy haulers. They are mostly 4x4s and typically need special permits to be allowed to run on the road. These trucks have a specific category because of the special type of work they perform.

REG 4008

The unladen weight, which may be estimated for commercial vehicles, including vehicles subject to the CVRA.
For commercial vehicles with an unladen weight of 6,001 pounds or more, complete a REG 4008 with the operating weight of the vehicle, even if the new owner will be operating the vehicle at the same weight.
Exception: A REG 4008 is not required for pickups with an unladen weight of 8,000 pounds or less. The registration, city, county, vehicle license fee ( VLF), and:
Weight fees based on the vehicle’s unladen weight for pickups with an unladen weight of 8,000 pounds or less and commercial vehicles with a gross operating weight of 10,000 pounds or less.
CVRA fees and the CVRA weight decal fee for commercial vehicles with a gross operating weight of 10,001 pounds or more.