Altogether, these four states require three permits to fulfill their tax requirements. You need to get these permits prior to entering the state if your truck meets the requirements below.
|New York||GVW over 18,000 pounds|
|Kentucky||GVW over 59,999 pounds|
|Oregon||GVM over 26,000 pounds|
|New Mexico||GVM over 26,000 pounds|
What is IFTA?
- An agreement between the 48 contiguous states of the USA and the Canadian provinces. This agreement established the uniform administration of motor fuel taxation law with respect to qualified inter-jurisdictional motor vehicles.
- The base jurisdiction, where the vehicle is registered, collaborates with other jurisdictions where the vehicle travels. Accordingly, the agreement maintains sovereign authority to determine tax rates, exemptions, and exercise other substantive tax authority.
- The agreement also determined a uniform definition of a qualified motor vehicle.
If you operate in two or more member provinces or states, you can register for IFTA and take advantage of everything it has to offer. Under IFTA, you will register with one state or province as your base jurisdiction and get a single fuel tax license for all of your vehicles. Therefore, these vehicles will be authorized to travel in all IFTA jurisdictions. In addition, you will only need to file one tax return each quarter with your home jurisdiction, which will also audit your fuel tax records.
Under IFTA, you can travel to 48 US states and 10 Canadian provinces. IFTA does not include Hawaii, Alaska, and D.C. in the US. Also excluded are Nunavut, the Northwest Territories, and the Yukon Territory in Canada.
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