IRP/IFTA Account Setup for Commercial Trucking

Effortless IRP & IFTA Setup: Expert Assistance for Arizona Truckers

Our Trucking IRP/IFTA service is here to walk you through the complexities of interstate trucking regulations.

Operating in the commercial trucking industry involves navigating a labyrinth of interstate regulations. Our IRP/IFTA service is dedicated to guiding you through this complex terrain, ensuring full compliance with the Arizona Department of Transportation and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration standards. This adherence is vital for both safety and legal compliance on the road. Our team stands ready to help your operations align with these regulations, helpin you in avoid costly fines and ensure safe, lawful interstate travel.

We Handle Your IRP Account Setup So You Don’t Have To

For commercial vehicles operating across multiple states, the International Registration Plan (IRP) presents a cost-effective solution for registration fees. Known as “apportioned” or “prorated” registrations, the IRP allows for the payment of prorated fees based on the amount of highway mileage covered in each state. This approach can lead to significant reductions in registration costs compared to paying total fees in every state.

Our service specializes in handling your IRP Account setup efficiently, ensuring quick access to your title, registration (CAB card), and the financial benefits of the IRP system. Let us streamline your commercial vehicle registration process and unlock the cost savings that IRP offers.

Let Us Set Up Your IFTA Account And Get You On Your Way

Setting up an International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) account can be daunting, but it’s crucial for simplifying fuel use reporting for vehicles operating in multiple jurisdictions. Our team is here to demystify the IFTA account process for you.

We manage all the paperwork and administrative tasks, allowing you to concentrate on managing your interstate operations effectively. With our expertise, setting up your IFTA account becomes a straightforward, hassle-free process, letting you get back on the road quickly and confidently.

Our dedicated team is here to help your operations fully comply with regulations and avoid costly fines. Let’s navigate the road together.

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Frequently asked questions

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The International Registration Plan, often termed as “apportioned” or “prorated” registrations, is a plan that allows commercial vehicle operators to save money on registration fees if their vehicles operate in two or more states. Under the IRP, trucking companies pay pro-rated fees based on the portion of highway mileage traveled in each participating state, potentially offering substantial savings compared to paying full registration fees in each state.

The IRP calculates fees based on the percentage of highway mileage your commercial vehicle travels in each state. This means you only pay for the proportion of road usage in each state, resulting in a significant reduction in registration expenses compared to paying full fees in each state separately.

The International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) is a cooperative agreement between the 48 contiguous states in the US and 10 Canadian provinces to simplify fuel use reporting by motor carriers operating in multiple jurisdictions. Setting up an IFTA account allows you to report and pay taxes on the fuel usage across states/provinces through a single report, helping to streamline the administrative process and ensure compliance with interstate fuel tax laws.

Yes, our team can assist you not only with the initial account setup but also with the ongoing management and maintenance to ensure that your account remains in compliance.

While the specific requirements can vary by jurisdiction, generally, to qualify for an IFTA account, you need to have a vehicle that is 1) used for transporting goods or passengers (for someone else) 2) has two (2) axles and a gross vehicle weight (GVW) exceeding 26,000lb, or has three (3) or more axles regardless of weight, or is used in combination and has a combined weight exceeding 26,000lb. 3) Operates in two or more states

IFTA fuel tax reports are typically required to be filed quarterly. Even if no fuel was purchased or no miles were traveled in an IFTA member jurisdiction during a quarter, you still usually need to file a “zero report.”

Yes, we specialize in handling IRP account setups. Simplify your commercial vehicle registration process with one of our 1-on-1 dedicated IRP/IFTA account experts!