Fast Truck Registration Service works with the International Registration Plan (IRP). The IRP is a reciprocal agreement that authorizes the proportional registration among the jurisdictions (states) of commercial vehicles and truckers. This means if a truck is operated in multiple jurisdictions, the driver must have all the mileage driven reported in each state and make sure taxes are paid proportionately based on the mileage driven.
You are required to register under the International Registration Plan if:
- Your vehicle is over 26,000 pounds gross vehicle weight (GVW); or
- has three or more axles, regardless of weight; or
- has a power unit and trailer whose combined GVW is in excess of 26,000 pounds, and
- the truck is part of a declared fleet that operates in California and at least one other IRP jurisdiction.
The registration fee paid by the registrant is determined by the percentage of miles traveled in each state. The registrant reports the mileage for each state to the base state on the required application, and the base state calculates the fees due and collects the fees for each state. You can get more information by contacting us here.
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