FMCSA is considering a rulemaking to require all CMVs operating in interstate commerce to have an electronic ID system. FMCSA currently does not require CMVs
Fuel Tax Permitting
When do you need a Fuel Permit?
There are several situations when you would need a fuel permit, but one thing is for certain, if you are an interstate carrier (traveling out of state), you will need a Fuel Permit.
Current Fuel Tax Rates
(hover or click to view the 2021 4th Quarter Fuel Tax Rates in your state)
Who does it apply to?
If your vehicle or vehicles are traveling out of state and any of the below are true, you will need a fuel permit.
- Your vehicle is not registered under IFTA
- Your power unit has 3 or more axles
- Your power unit has 2 axles and a gross vehicle or registered weight over 26,000 lbs.
- Your tow vehicle and trailer have a combined gross vehicle (GVWR) or registered weight (GCWR) of over 26,000 lbs.
How do we perform this service?
Fuel Tax Compliance
We can handle Fuel Tax Permitting and Fuel Tax Compliance for a single owner-operator or fleet of 500 trucks. Fuel tax compliance and management can be difficult, time-consuming, and costly with more and more DOT Audits and IFTA Audits, penalties are exceeding millions of dollars.