The Motor Carrier Section is a one-stop shop for commercial vehicles providing base-state vehicle registration and titling, (International Registration Plan), quarterly fuel tax reporting (International Fuel Tax Agreement) and proof of insurance requirements (Unified Carrier Registration System and Intrastate Authority). The Disbursements Unit balances and disburses fees and taxes collected from registrations and audits on a monthly basis to member jurisdictions for all the tax classes. This unit also receipts vouchers received from member jurisdictions and enters this information into the Xerox system.
- Is a USDOT number required prior to registering for IRP?
- What is the Federal Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax (form 2290)?
- What is a Hunter's permit?
- What can happen if I travel in a jurisdiction that is not on my cab card?
- If a new vehicle is purchased, can the IRP registration be transferred?
- Can IRP registrations be processed through the mail or electronically?
- I have questions about IFTA and filing my return. Who should I contact?
- Can I file my IFTA return online?
- What are IFTA reporting requirements?
- How does IFTA define a "qualified motor vehicle"?
- How do I determine if Tennessee is my home base for IFTA licensing and reporting?
- When do my IFTA license and decals expire?
- How do I transfer a truck plate?
- Where is the Motor Carrier Office located?
- Where do I apply for a USDOT number or inactivate my USDOT?
- What is a form 2290?
- I have lost my truck plate and/or decal, what do I need to do?
- What if my account for IRP or IFTA is locked?