On average, motor companies regulated by the Department of Transportation paid over $27 million in fines each year with an average fine per case costing
What is an International Registration Plan (IRP)?
Registering your commercial vehicles with the International Registration Plan (IRP) is an option that allows for interstate operation (across state lines) under a single registration plate and registration certificate, which would be issued by your “home” or “base” state.
Who does it apply to?
Our DOT Compliance Specialists can perform a Mock IRP Audit to assess your company, or CNS can represent you during an IRP audit. Either way, CNS Specialists can ease your mind by leading you through the process of an IRP audit.
How do we perform this service?
IRP Audit Representation
An IRP Audit Specialist can help prepare your company for an IRP audit as well as represent you during the audit. We take many specific steps in preparing you.
What steps are we taking for you?
Your IRP Audit Specialist will set up a secure portal for you to scan and upload all of the necessary supporting documents. The IRP Audit Specialist will let you know the documents we need.
Once all of the documents are received, like mileage, receipts and trip sheets, the IRP Audit Specialist will look over and audit the documents to verify accuracy.
The IRP Audit Specialist will audit your GPS system for IRP compliance with the FMCSA Rules and Regulations
All findings and discrepancies will be presented to you in a full report. Amendments will be filed for any discrepancies.
Following the audit, your IRP Specialist will review systems and processes and ensure future compliance.