TEMP TRIP AND/OR FUEL PERMIT
When you do not have states listed with your IRP and/or IFTA accounts and need to take a run in a non registered state you must apply for a temp pass to do so.
EIN TAX ID NUMBER
The Employer Identification Number (EIN), also known as the Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) or the Federal Tax Identification Number, is a unique nine-digit number assigned by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to business entities operating in the United States for the purposes of identification.
You are required to have an EIN to file for 2290 and State Permits, as well as it's advised to have one to file your Carrier,Broker, or Freight Forward Authority under as well.
KENTUCKY KYU NUMBER
A KYU number is proof that you have registered with Kentucky to pay a per mile tax.
Highway use tax forms will be sent to you on a quarterly basis and must be completed and
returned by the required due date. KYU numbers no longer need to be posted on the sides of
your power unit since your USDOT# will be used as means of identifying the carrier and
the status of the carriers KYU account
All commercial motor vehicles with a gross weight of 60,000 pounds or more must secure
a KYU number before operating on Kentucky highways.
NEW MEXICO WEIGHT DISTANCE TAX PERMIT
New Mexico imposes a weight-distance tax on owners, operators,
and registrants of intra and interstate commercial vehicles with a
declared gross vehicle weight in excess of 26,000 pounds.
This tax is based on vehicle weight and miles traveled on New Mexico
roads. Companies must register and apply each year for a New Mexico Permit.
Those subject to the weight-distance tax (WDT) must file a New Mexico
weight-distance tax return on a quarterly basis, and pay the tax due to
Heavy Vehicle Use Tax
All commercial vehicles weighing 55,000 pounds or more are subject to
the federal Heavy Vehicle Use Tax (HVUT). The HVUT is a tax that is
paid by motor carriers directly to the Internal Revenue Service. Those
subject to the HVUT must provide proof of filing to the MVD at time of
vehicle registration by submitting an IRS stamped copy of a 2290 Form
(Heavy Vehicle Tax Return).
All commercial carriers with a gross vehicle weight of 26,001 lbs or greater must obtain a temporary or annual permit to travel into or through Oregon. Unlike the rest of the US or Canada, Oregon does not belong to the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA Program). You will not be charged for fuel tax; however, you must obtain a proper tax permit before you enter this state. Heavy fines are imposed on carriers entering into Oregon without the proper credentials.
We recommend our clients obtain temporary permits even if only
traveling into Oregon occasionally. You are allowed up to 5 a year, however If your operation takes you to
Oregon on a frequent basis, we recommend you be permitted there and
obtain annual credentials.
Oregon requires all new entrants to become bonded
before permanent credentials are issued. Bonds may be placed by a Surety
Company or posted with cash. The size of you fleet will determine the
amount of the bond required. For example, the bond requirement to open
an account is generally $2,000.00 for carriers with 1 to 3 power units that travel to Oregon.
If you choose to obtain annual credentials, you are required to
obtain annual credentials, file a monthly mileage tax report and pay all
tax due. This is mandatory for the first year. If all monthly reports
are filed and paid timely, Oregon usually allows you to move this
reporting requirement to a quarterly basis.
NEW YORK HUT PERMIT ( HIGHWAY USE TAX )
The New York highway use tax (HUT) is imposed on motor carriers operating
certain motor vehicles on New York State public highways (excluding
toll-paid portions of the New York State Thruway). The tax is based on
mileage traveled on New York State public highways and is computed
at a rate determined by the weight of the motor vehicle and the method
that you choose to report the tax.
In general, IF the gross weight method is used to compute your tax and
determine your registration requirements. However, you may elect to
use the unloaded weight method to compute your tax and determine
| You must use the same method for all
your motor vehicles.