How To Use ARBER 

This page last reviewed January 14, 2010

ARBER is the ARB Equipment Registration software for the Transport Refrigeration Unit (TRU) ATCM and the Drayage Truck Regulation (DTR).  This page provides system requirements for using ARBER, user registration help, and links to other important help pages.  First, basic system requirements are needed to view and opperate ARBER.  Second, a user and company profile is created.  Last, TRU or DTR

System Requirements

Setting your screen resolution to 1280 by 1024 pixels will also provide you with the best views of ARBER web pages and will minimize the scrolling necessary to view your equipment information.  If you are using Microsoft Windows on a PC, you can right click with your mouse on the desktop, go to properties, click on the settings tab, and slide the "screen resolution" bar all the way to the right.  ARBER was designed to be used with the most popular browser software, specifically, Microsoft's Internet Explorer version 7 (IE7) and Mozilla's Firefox version 2.  These browsers can be downloaded free of charge.  We recommend you upgrade your browser software before using ARBER.

ARBER System Requirements Program Links
Internet browser software: Microsoft Internet Explorer version 7 or later Mozilla Firefox version 2 or later Internet Explorer
Mozilla Firefox
To download forms related to ARBER registration, you will also need the latest version of Adobe's Acrobat Reader Adobe Acrobat Reader
In order to print the certification page, you will need to configure your printer settings depending on your browsers Printer Set Up


ARBER System Help Pages Page Link
ARBER System requirements ARBER requirements
ARBER User and Company profile Profile Help
Truck Refridgeration Unit (TRU) TRU Help
In order to print the certification page, you will need to configure your printer settings depending on your browsers DTR Help

If you have questions regarding how to access ARBER, please contact the ARBER program by sending an email to

arber@arb.ca.gov.

ARBER Login Page

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