A Trip Permit is needed when traveling to a state in which a vehicle is not registered under IRP. A Trip Permit allows commercial or private carrier’s temporary registration in a state municipality where the carrier is not assigned (province or state listed with weight on cab card).
In addition, Trip Permits grant you to operate your licensed trucks on public highways.
Please note that the truck is considered to be unlicensed if:
|Any 1 vehicle||Up to three permits issued in any 30-day period|
|Any 1 recreational vehicle (travel trailers, motorhomes, campers and camp trailers)||Up to two permits issued in a one year period.|
Please Note: Trip Permits are only for vehicles traveling on highways. It means that you cannot get a trip permit for off-road and non-highway vehicles.
All Trip Permit is valid for 3 days, starting from the first day of use.
When do I need a Trip Permit?
The trip permit is needed when you drive from your base province/state into another municipality in which you are not registered or apportioned. In addition, you are requested to have a Trip Permit when:
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