irp georgiaSky Transport Solutions will make it quick and simple to obtain your Georgia IRP apportioned plate(s), saving you both time and money. Getting Georgia IRP Plates is hassle free when you work with Sky Transport Solutions.

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Let Sky Transport Solutions provide you with assistance when you open your trucking company. Permits, Authority and Corporation Package. We have opened thousands of trucking companies throughout the years, and provide constant and consistent service to our truckers. From quarterly IFTA filings to DOT drug and alcohol testing. We are always here to answer all your trucking permit, authority and filing questions.

Let Sky Transport Solutions get all your trucking permits, saving you time and money.

You will also need the following supporting documents:

  • Georgia Title (If out-of-state title must fill out Form T-17)
  • Copy of Form 2290 Schedule 1 for any vehicle 55,000 lbs or more
  • Copy of Driver License
  • Valid Liability Insurance
  • MCS-150 (From Carrier)
  • Employment Lease/Contract if not under own authority
  • Acceptable proofs of established residency & Established Place of Business
    • Drivers License
    • Business License
    • Certificate of Incorporation
    • Voter Registration with Matching Drivers License
    • Utility or phone bill less than 30 days old
    • Mortgage Statement
    • Occupational License
    • County Property Tax Assessment

Georgia IRP Plates

Let the knowledgeable staff at Sky Transport Solutions get your Georgia IRP plates. We have gotten GA IRP Plates for thousands of truckers just like you, from owner operators to trucking companies and fleets.

According to Department of Revenue Georgia:

The International Registration Plan (IRP) is a special plan or a reciprocity agreement between member states and member jurisdictions for registering vehicles that must travel in 2 or more member-states with one member state, the member state where the vehicle is based. A jurisdiction may be a state or a Canadian province. The base member state issues 1 apportioned license plate and cab card for each vehicle.

There are penalties and fines for lapse of insurance coverage, registration suspension, and reinstatement processes.