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What Is IFTA?

IFTA is an agreement between the US states and Canadian provinces that simplifies fuel use reporting for motor carriers who operate in multiple jurisdictions. It requires motor carriers to file quarterly tax returns to report the fuel taxes they owe to each jurisdiction they travel through.

What vehicles are considered IFTA qualified?

IFTA applies to commercial vehicles.

  • Qualifying vehicles must have two axles with a gross vehicle weight of over 26,000 pounds or have three or more axles regardless of weight.
  • The vehicle must travel through two or more participating jurisdictions to be considered for IFTA reporting.
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What All Information Required For Using IFTA Calculator?

IFTA applies to commercial vehicles.

  • The total distance traveled in each jurisdiction during the reporting period.
  • The amount of fuel purchased and consumed in each jurisdiction during the reporting period.
  • The type of fuel used (gasoline, diesel, propane, etc.)
  • The total amount of fuel consumed during the reporting period.
  • The IFTA tax rate for each jurisdiction traveled through during the reporting period.

What does base Jurisdiction mean?

The base jurisdiction is the state or province where a commercial motor carrier has its established place of business or where operational records are maintained. It issues the IFTA license and manages and audits the carrier's IFTA tax reporting.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Filing IFTA simplifies fuel tax reporting for carriers operating in multiple jurisdictions and establishes a uniform fuel use tax collection system

All interstate carriers operating vehicles with a combined weight of over 26,000 pounds, or those with three or more axles and traveling across two or more jurisdictions, are required to file IFTA reports.

The due date for filing IFTA reports is the last day of the month following the end of each quarter. That is:

  • April 30th for the first quarter (January-March)
  • July 31st for the second quarter (April-June)
  • October 31st for the third quarter (July-September) January 31st for the fourth quarter (October-December)

The penalty for not filing IFTA reports or filing late is $50 or 10% of the net tax liability, whichever is greater, plus interest at a rate of 1% per month. Additionally, failure to file can result in your IFTA license being revoked and fines of up to $1,000 per day for each day you're not in compliance.