VTC System: How to get verified

Last update: 14 Jul 21:51 UTC
Short link to this article: https://truckersmp.com/kb/325

Hello VTC leaders,

In this thread, you'll learn how you can get your Virtual Trucking Company verified. But why would you want your VTC to be verified? Verified companies have a chance to be featured on the VTC homepage on either the featured section or the cover, but to be featured, you'll need to have a suitable image (recommended size is 1920x350). In addition to that, a verified VTC will be shown first when someone is searching for a VTC.

How to get verified?

First and foremost your VTC MUST cover the basic requirements which are the following:

  • Your VTC MUST have at least 20 active drivers registered on our system.

  • Your VTC MUST be active, meaning your VTC must do recruitments and post news.

  • Your VTC MUST have at least 5 news posts on the VTC system.

  • Your VTC MUST have a professional-looking website and a forum post.

  • Your VTC MUST have a professional logo and an appropriate slogan.

Your VTC SHOULD have a working website containing at least 2 of the following things:

  • Homepage which says what the VTC is about.

  • A contact page with contact details such as Discord invite link, TeamSpeak or Slack. You could also use other communicating programs, but your page must contain at least one of the mentioned programs.

  • The rules which the VTC members have to follow on top of the normal TMP rules.

  • External links to social media.

Your VTC meets those requirements but what now?

You must create a feedback ticket with the category "VTC". You can create a feedback ticket here. Now press the blue button which contains the text "New Feedback". As mentioned before, in the category field, select "VTC" and then let us know about your Virtual Trucking Company and in addition to that, mention why should your VTC be verified.

Our Community Managers will notify you in the reply whether your request has been accepted or not.


Verified status can be revoked at any time by TMP management when a condition is no longer met or by VTC actions that negatively impact the community.