Bingo Card Program

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Bingo Card Program — an obsolete system of registering interstate motor carriers to verify that they have the proper operating authority and auto liability insurance in place to operate in interstate commerce. The identification stamps (known as bingo stamps) of all the states in which the motor carrier operated and fulfilled its requirements were affixed to a cab card that was carried in the motor vehicle at all times. The bingo card program was replaced by the single state registration system (SSRS), which was subsequently replaced by the Unified Carrier Registration Agreement (UCRA) plan.

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