irp apportioned platesApportioned Plates (IRP Plates) can be issued by our office on the spot, however all required documents must be submitted to us and you must have an existing IRP account in good standing, to get your apportioned plates instantly. We suggest call us immediately if you have any questions about abtaining your IRP apportioned plates, call us at (800) 498-9820.

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Common questions you may have.

What kind of truck, tractor or power unit needs IRP plates?
An IRP and IFTA account is required for all trucks or companies that have their vehicles crossing state lines (interstate commerce) and that are over 26,000 pounds gross vehicle weight or have 3 or more axles on the power unit.

What will I receive once I have the IRP and IFTA accounts set up?
Sky Transport Solutions staff will provide you for IRP the Apportioned License Plate for your power unit and an Apportioned Cab Card that will list  all the US States and Canadian Provinces you have registered your power unit to operate in or conduct commerce in. 
 Sky Transport Solutions staff will provide you for IFTA, a set of decals / stickers for the power unit and an IFTA license which should be kept in the cab.
What is IRP and IFTA? 
The International Registration Plan (IRP) and International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) are cooperative programs to collect and distribute (that is why plates ace called apportioned) registration and fuel tax revenue between member US states and Canadian provinces.  The programs benefit carriers by consolidating licensing and reporting requirements through the base (home) state.
What types of records do I need to keep?
Our staff at Sky Transport Solutions provides complete IFTA document keeping support. However you need to keep records that reflect all activity of every apportioned vehicle, whether loaded, empty, bobtailed or deadhead. Also keep all fuel and distance records, including the source documents from the drivers and the monthly/quarterly/annual summaries by vehicle and fleet.
See Section 1010 in the IRP Plan for a detailed list for both manual and electronic (GPS) records. IFTA details the requirements in P540 of the IFTA Procedures Manual.

Apportioned Plates

Let the expert staff take care of getting your truck apportioned plates. When you open a trucking company and become an owner operator it is important that all the paperwork to operate your trucking company legally is taken care of in a timely and accurate manner.