INTERNATIONAL REGISTRATION PLAN (IRP) – INTERNATIONAL FUEL TAX AGREEMENT (IFTA) – PERMITS
- FUEL, ROAD TAX QUARTERLY REPORTING
- ROAD TAX PERMITS – KYU, NM, NY, OR
- UNIFIED CARRIER REGISTRATION
- IRS 2290 HEAVY HIGHWAY USE TAX – Due annually in July
SunCoast Trucking Compliance Inc. quickly and accurately completes and files your permitting documents and quarterly fuel and road tax returns. Follow-up service is provided through to completion. Most items are electronically filed for speed in getting you what you need, when you need it. We are available to answer any questions that you may have, you will feel confident in outsourcing all of your Authority; Permitting & IFTA needs to SunCoast Trucking Compliance Inc. A quick phone call is all it takes to begin any of the services listed; pre-payment is required for these services.
IFTA FUEL & ROAD TAX RETURN PROCESSING $85 PER QUARTER*
Includes quarterly generation and processing of IFTA, KYU, NY HUT, New Mexico & Oregon Fuel & Road Tax Reports. This price includes trip report entry for 1 unit.
Each additional unit is $25 per quarter*.
*This fee does not include trip building or trip correction. Any unit requiring significant trip building, re-mapping or re-calculation will incur an additional fee of $25 per unit per quarter built. Fuel taxes received late (after the deadline) for filing will be charged an additional fee of $25.
NEW YORK HUT
- (HUT) Highway Use Tax; is a weight-distance tax, based on mileage traveled by motor vehicles on New York State public highways and vehicle weight.
- NY HUT Certificate of Registration is needed if your vehicle travels to or through New York and has a gross weight of more than 18,000 pounds.
- Once a New York HUT Certificate of Registration is issued, quarterly reports must be filed even if there was no travel in our through NY.
- Effective 2013 – NY HUT Issues stickers/decals
- New York HUT Certificates of Registration are not required for buses or Household Goods Movers.
NEW MEXICO WEIGHT DISTANCE
We utilize E-File with the State of New Mexico
- NM Weight Distance Tax is a weight-distance tax, based on mileage traveled on New Mexico highways.
- NM Weight Distance Tax ID Permit is needed if your vehicle travels to or through New Mexico and has a gross weight of more than 26,000 pounds.
- Once a NM Weight Distance Tax ID Permit is issued, quarterly reports must be filed.
- The Permit is good for the entire year.
- License plates changes must be updated with New Mexico.
- Effective 2008, carriers are no longer required to carry the permit in their motor vehicle(s), vehicle inventory is filed and updated electronically.
KENTUCKY – KYU#
We utilize E-File with the State of KY
- Kentucky Highway Use Tax (KYU) is a weight-distance tax, based on mileage traveled by motor vehicles to or through Kentucky.
- KYU permit is needed if your vehicle travels through Kentucky and has a gross weight of 60,000 pounds or more.
- Once a KYU license is issued, quarterly reports must be filed.
- Current vehicle inventory must be maintained with Kentucky, no annual renewal is required.
HEAVY HIGHWAY VEHICLE USE TAX (IRS Form 2290) with E-FILING $45-$65 depending on size of fleet (+ tax owed)
We utilize Authorized IRS E-File Services and can usually have your stamped receipt the same day
- Heavy Vehicle Use Tax is used to figure and pay the tax due on motor vehicles with a gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more that are designed to carry a load over public highways.
- When a new truck is purchased, an initial 2290 must be filed by the end of the following month; or prior to obtaining an apportioned tag. Taxes are pro-rated.
- A 2290 must also be filed if the taxable gross weight of a vehicle increases and the vehicle falls into a new category.
- Besides the initial filing, an annual filing is required in June of each year for the period of 7/1/(current year) 6/30/(following year).
- A vehicle with a GVW of 80,000 is $550 per year for the full year and prorated for partial years.
UCR (Unified Carrier Registration) $45 Filing Fee + UCR Fees per the structure schedule. We utilize E-File with UCR.
What is the Unified Carrier Registration Plan and Agreement? The UCR Plan and Agreement are part of a Federally-mandated, State administered program that went into effect September 10, 2007. Under this program, States collect fees from motor carriers, motor private carriers, freight forwarders, brokers and leasing companies, based on the number of qualifying commercial motor vehicles (CMV’s) in their fleets. UCR Excludes Trailers.
What do States do with the UCR revenue? The revenue generated from this program is to be used for CMV safety and enforcement initiatives as well as administration of the UCR program.