IRP Plates 

IRP ( International Registration Plan) is a agreement between US and Canada-- based on total distance in active jurisdictions. the owner of a truck utilizes the vehicle in multiple jurisdictions, they must report all driven mileage per jurisdiction, yearly. Drivers and carriers should pay taxes based on the driven mileage.

Why needed: 

  • You operate a 2-axle truck and either your gross vehicle weight or registered 

  • gross vehicle weight is or more than 26,000 pounds

  • Your vehicle operates on 3 or more axles, regardless of weight.

  • The vehicle is used in combination when the gross vehicle weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 pounds.

  • Optional: Trucks or truck tractors, or combinations of vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds

What is needed to get IRP? 

In order to register under the IRP, you must:

  • Establish your business in your Base Jurisdiction (State or province)

  • You must have one or more commercial vehicles in each fleet that operate interstate.