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In the table below, check on the operating category you belong to and click on the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating / Gross Combined Weight Ratings that apply to your vehicle or vehicles. This gives you both the State and Federal requirements relating to DOT numbers and State and Federal Authorities, if required.
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Florida DOT Number weight and operational categories - Table 1
Check which categorty you belong to and click on the weight to get details
In State - For Hire
10,001 - 26,000-lbs
In State - For Hire
Above 26,000-lbs
In State - For Hire
Tri-Axle & Quad-Axle
In State - For Hire
Exempt Loads

10,001 - 26,000-lbs
In State - For Hire
Exempt Loads

Above 26,000-lbs
Crossing State Lines
For Hire

10,001 - 26,000-lbs
Crossing State Lines
For Hire - Exempt Loads
10,001 - 26,000-lbs
Crossing State Lines
For Hire - Exempt Loads
Above 26,000-lbs
Crossing State Lines
For Hire
Above 26,000-lbs
In State
For Hire Operator
10,000-lbs and under
In State 
Private Operator
10,000-lbs and under
In State
Private Operator
10,001-lbs - 26,000-lbs
In State
Private Operator
Above 26,000-lbs
Crossing State Lines
Private Operator
10,000-lbs and under
Crossing State Lines
Private Operator
10,001-lbs - 26,000-lbs
Crossing State Lines
Private Operators
Above 26,000-lbs
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In State Only
Above 26,000-lbs
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Crossing State Lines
Above 26,000-lbs
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FLORIDA DOT NUMBER:  Call us at (765) 742-2610 for a FLORIDA DOT NUMBER / US DOT NUMBER / DOT NUMBER. You are required to register for a Florida DOT Number / US DOT Number for a commercial vehicle with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) of 10,001-lbs and over when operation within the state of Florida.  When you look on the door frame of your vehicle, you should see a chrome or aluminum tag with the letters GVWR and a number. This is the maximum weight the vehicle is designed to weigh. You are required to register for a Florida DOT number on a vehicle used in your business on a commercial basis such as a pickup truck, a van, a truck or a vehicle pulling a trailer where the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) is 10,001-lbs or more, or the Gross Combined Vehicle Weight Ratings (GCWR) of both the power unit and the trailer is 10,001-lbs or more, when the vehicle or vehicles remain in the state. If you are delivering items or goods to an airport or seaport where these items or goods will be shipped out of state, you will be required to have a USDOT number for that or those shipments. We will register you with Florida for a Florida DOT number for your business operation. If the truck is plated 26,001-lbs or greater, or the truck and trailer combination / semi-tractor and trailer loaded weights are 26,001-lbs or greater, you will be required to register for Florida fuel tax. Click on the Florida fuel tax phone number down the left side of this page. When you cross state lines with a commercial vehicle with a GVWR of 10,001-lbs or more, or a commercial vehicle and trailer with a GCWR of 10,001-lbs or more, a USDOT number is required. Call us to register for a Florida DOT number for in-state operations, or a USDOT number to cross state lines. When you cross state lines and your truck is plated above 26,000-lbs, or your truck and trailer combination weigh more than 26,000-lbs loaded, or your semi-tractor and trailer weigh more than 26,000-lbs loaded, you will b e required to register for both a Florida IRP plate and IFTA fuel tax. below. Call us for a Florida DOT number.  If your vehicle or power unit and trailer gross more than 26,000-lbs crossing state lines, read more about crossing state lines in, the reference is for a Florida DOT number. 

Florida Intra-State Motor Carrier Authority: If you carry non-hazardous loads for delivery in your van, truck, truck and trailer or semi-tractor and trailer inside the state of Florida - these loads are picked up and delivered in Florida without crossing state lines, you not required to register for Florida Intra-State Motor Carrier Authority. This is also refered to as Florida DOT. As long as the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) does not exceed 26,000-lbs, you are not required to have a Florida DOT number / DOT number.   

Private Carrier with Gross Weight / Combined Gross Weights up to 26,000-lbs: If you are a Private Carrier hauling your own products inside the state of Florida without crossing state lines in a van, truck, truck and trailer or semi-tractor and trailer and the loaded weight of either the vehicle or vehicle and trailer combination is 26,000-lbs or under, you are not required to register for a Florida DOT number / USDOT number / DOT number.  As a Private Carrier, you will also not be required to register for Florida Intra-State Motor Carrier Authority at these weights, but compliance with financial responsibility is required (you are required to carry Personal Injury / Property Damage liability insurance).

Private Carrier with a Gross Weight / Combined Gross weights 26,001-lbs and above: If you are a Private Carrier hauling your own products inside the state of Florida without crossing state lines in a van, truck, truck and trailer or semi-tractor and trailer and the loaded weight of either the vehicle or vehicle and trailer combination is 26,001-lbs or greater, you are required to register for a Florida DOT number / DOT number. As a Private Carrier, you will not need to register for Florida Intra-State Motor Carrier Authority, but compliance with financial responsibility is required (you are required to carry Personal Injury / Property  Damage liability insurance.

For-Hire Carriers: If you haul livestock as a For-Hire Carrier (you are being paid to haul livestock) inside the state of Florida - picking up and delivering livestock inside Florida without crossing state lines - you are required to register for Florida Intra-State Motor Carrier Authority. If the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) of the truck, or the Gross Combined Weight Ratings (GCWR) of both the power unit and trailer combined do not exceed 26,000-lbs, you are not required to get a Florida DOT number / USDOT number / DOT number as ong as you do not cross state lines. But, if the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) of the truck, or the Gross Combined Weight Ratings (GCWR) of both the power unit and trailer combined exceed 26,000-lbs, you are required to get a Florida DOT number / USDOT number / DOT number. When you haul items / loads within the state of Florida without crossing state lines other than livestock, you are not required to have Florida Intra-State operating Authority. If the Gross vehicle Weight Rating of the truck, or the Gross Combined Weight Ratings of both the power unit and trailer combined do not exceed 26,000-lbs and you do not cross state lines, you will not be required to get a Florida DOT number / USDOT number / DOT number. If the Gross Weight of the vehicle is 10,000-lbs or under, or Gross Combined Weights of the power unit and trailer combination is 10,000-lbs or under, you are required to carry a minimum of $300,000 in personal injury / Property Damage liability insurance.  If the Gross Weight of the vehicle is 10,001-lbs or greater, or Gross Combined Weights of both the power unit and trailer are 10,001-lbs or greater, you are required to carry a minimum of $750,000-lbs in Personal Injury / Property Damage liability insurance. 

Crossing State Lines as a Private Carrier hauling your own products: If you cross state lines as a Private Carrier hauling your own items, products or loads and the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) of the truck or van is 10,000 or under, you will not need need a Florida DOT number / USDOT number / DOT number. If you cross state lines as a Private Carrier hauling your own items, products or loads and the Gross Combined Weight Ratings (GCWR) of both the power unit and trailer combined do not exceed 10,000-lbs, you will not be required to register for a Florida DOT number / USDOT number / DOT number. You will also not need to register for the Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) process. As a Private Carrier, you will also not need to register for ICC Authority, MC Authority, DOT Authority or Trucking Authority (they all mean the same thing). If you cross state lines with a truck with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of 10,001-lbs or greater, or with a power unit pulling a trailer with Gross Combined Weight Ratings (GCWR) of 10,001-lbs or greater, you will be required to register for a Florida DOT number / USDOT number / DOT number. you will also need to register for Unified Carrier Registration (UCR). Florida is not a Unified Carrier registration state, so the process needs to be completed elsewhere. If the vehicle crossing state lines has a Gross Weight of 26,000-lbs or less and has 2 axles, you will not be required to register for an IRP license plate, nor for IFTA fuel tax.  If the truck crossing state lines has 3 axles or more with a Gross Weight of 10,001-lbs or higher, or is pulling a trailer, you will be required to register for an IRP license plate and for the IFTA fuel tax with the state and for the Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) process.  If the truck or truck and trailer combination / semi-tractor and trailer weigh 26,001-lbs or more crossing state lines, you will need to register with the state of Florida for both an IRP License plate and for IFTA fuel tax and for the Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) process. If you are crossing state lines as a Private carrier in a vehicle with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of 10,001-lbs or greater, or a vehicle pulling a trailer where the Gross Combined Vehicle Weight Ratings are 10,001-lbs or greater, you will be subject to a New Carrier Entrant Safety Audit. 

Crossing State Lines as a For-Hire Motor Carrier hauling loads for pay: If you haul Exempt or Non-Exempt products for pay across state lines, you will need a USDOT number and will be subject to the Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) process (Florida is not a UCR state, so the UCR filing process needs to done elsewhere). If you haul loads across state lines for pay as a For-Hire Carrier hauling Non-Exempt loads, you will also need to register for MC Authority / ICC Motor Carrier Authority.  If you haul Exempt loads (grain, livestock, logs) across state lines as a For-Hire Carrier, you will not need to register for MC Authority / ICC Authority.  If the vehicle crossing state lines has a Gross Weight of 26,000-lbs or less and has 2 axles and is not pulling a trailer, you will not be required to register for an IRP license plate, and you will not need to register for IFTA fuel tax.  If the truck crossing state lines has 3 axles or more with a Gross Vehicle Weight of 10,001-lbs or higher, or is pulling a trailer with Combined Gross Vehicle Weights of 10,001-lbs or more, you will be required to register for an IRP license plate and for the IFTA fuel tax with the state and for the Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) process.  If the truck or truck and trailer combination / semi-tractor and trailer weigh 26,001-lbs or more crossing state lines, you will need to register with the state of Florida for both an IRP License plate and for IFTA fuel tax. The Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) process wioll need to be done elsewhere. If you are crossing state lines as a Private Carrier in a vehicle with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of 10,001-lbs or greater, or a vehicle pulling a trailer where the Gross Combined Vehicle Weight Ratings are 10,001-lbs or greater, you will be subject to a New Carrier Entrant Safety Audit. 


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FLORIDA DOT NUMBER

Florida DOT Number Operatioonal Requirements Summary
FLORIDA DOT number requirements
Please Note
1.  When applying for a DOT number, 'Carrier' is the designation assigned to the applicant, whether a Person, Business or a Company that operates a vehicle or vehicles that either belong to them, or are being leased by them. A 'Registrant' is an 'Owner' of a truck that is leased to a trucking company and operates under that   trucking company's name and DOT number and, usually, MC number. Registrants are paid by trucking companies to haul loads and Registrants are not issued DOT numbers. When operating a commercial vehicle, you are either a 'Registrant' or a 'Carrier'. When applying for a DOT number, whether you have a van, pickup truck, full size truck, box truck, flatbed truck or semi-tractor, you are assigned the term 'Carrier'. As far as the DOT is concerned, you are a 'Carrier', whether you are a 'Private Carrier' driving a pickup truck and servicing the oil rigs in Texas or North Dakota, or as an owner of an 80,000-lbs semi-tractor and trailer running willy-nilly all over the country as a 'For-Hire Carrier'.  You will be a 'Carrier'
2.  If you are hauling, transporting or working exclusively within the state of Florida without crossing state lines, then the 'In State' categories shown in the tables below apply to your operation. Your DOT number will show that you are an Intrastate Carrier.
3.  If you are hauling or transporting loads or items across state lines ONLY and never hauling or transporting loads or items from one point in Florida to another point in Florida, then 'Crossing State Lines' applies to your operation and your DOT number will show you are an Interstate Carrier.
4.  If you are hauling or transporting from one point in Florida to another point in Florida AND you are occasionally crossing state lines, or crossing state lines on a regular basis, then you need to look at both the 'In-State' requirements and the 'Crossing State Lines' requirements. If you are a 'For-Hire' Carrier, then you may end up getting a DOT (USDOT) number, State Authority to operate within the state of Florida, and Federal Authority to cross state lines with loads. If you cross state lines just once with your commercial vehicle, you are an 'Interstate Carrier'. This would not apply if you are purchasing a vehicle in one state, crossing state lines to bring the vehicle home to Florida and then operate exclusively within your home state of Florida. While you do this, you are not strictly operating 'In Commerce', you are merely transporting the vehicle back to your state of operation of Florida. However, if you have not been issued a DOT number while driving back home, you may be stopped and told to get a DOT number. If you are, contact us.
5.  Service Contractors or Contractors hauling their own tools or equipment within the state of Florida or across state lines are referred to as 'Private Carriers'.
6.  If you are a contractor who does concrete work, as an example, then you would be considered a 'Private Carrier' because you are getting paid to provide a service job. If you pick up a load of gravel, transport that gravel, dump it and get paid for transporting the gravel, then leave without doing anything further with that gravel, you would be considered a 'For Hire' Carrier. You would be considered a 'For-Hire Carrier' because someone hired you to transport the gravel and do nothing else with the gravel. You can be both a 'Private Carrier' and a 'For Hire Carrier', but if you do any 'For-Hire Carrier' work, then you must register as a 'For Hire Carrier' (if that's required by the state. Check the listings below to see if you are required to register as an In-State, For-Hire Carrier )

Check on your weight and operational category
for requirements
Florida DOT Number Operational Requirements - Table 1
FLORIDA  DOT number - types of operation - 1
Florida DOT Number
In State - For Hire
10,001 - 26,000-lbs
Florida DOT Number
In State - For Hire
Above 26,000-lbs
Florida DOT Number
In State - For Hire
Tri-Axle & Quad-Axle
Hauling loads from point to point inside Florida Hauling loads from point to point inside Florida Construction work inside the state of Florida
DOT number requirements for hauling non-hazardous loads from point to point within the state of Florida with a truck with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating between 10,001-lbs and 26,000-lbs, or a truck and trailer with Gross Combined Weight Ratings of 10,001-lbs to 26,000-lbs DOT number requirements for hauling non-hazardous loads from point to point within the state of Florida with a truck with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating above 26,000-lbs, or a truck and trailer with Gross Combined Weight Ratings above 26,000-lbs DOT number requirements for hauling non-hazardous loads from point to point within the state of Florida with Tri-Axle trucks and Quad-Axle trucks with a Gross Weight Rating above 26,000-lbs
A DOT number is not required except when transporting hazardous materials requiring placarding or transporting hazardous materials in a vehicle with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of 10,001-lbs or more.   A DOT number is required A DOT number is required
Florida has no statutory provisions to obtain intrastate authority unless hauling livestock on a For-Hire basis where a permit is required by the state Florida has no statutory provisions to obtain intrastate authority unless hauling livestock on a For-Hire basis where a permit is required by the state. Florida has no statutory provisions to obtain intra-state authority for tri-axle and quad-axle dump trucks
If the truck owner leaves Florida and crosses state lines even just once with a commercial vehicle in this weight category, or with a truck and trailer combination in this weight category, the owner must have a DOT number indicating the carrier is an interstate carrier and pay UCR fees, otherwise face a $400 fine for non UCR compliance  If the truck owner leaves Florida and crosses state lines even just once with a commercial vehicle in this weight category, or with a truck and trailer combination in this weight category, the owner must have a DOT number indicating the carrier is an interstate carrier and pay UCR fees, otherwise face a $400 fine for non UCR compliance. Also, if the truck leaves the state, the owner has the option of signing up for an IRP/FRP license plate and IFTA fuel tax stickers, or, if just crossing on occasion into another state, obtaining a temporary permit to go into other states while still operating with the base license plate on the truck. Also, if the owner crosses state lines transporting goods that require Federal Authority, call us to obtain that authority which would include a DOT number.  If the truck owner leaves Florida and crosses state lines even just once with a commercial vehicle in this weight category, or with a truck and trailer combination in this weight category, the owner must have a DOT number indicating the carrier is an interstate carrier and pay UCR fees, otherwise face a $400 fine for non UCR compliance. Also, if the truck leaves the state, the owner has the option of signing up for an IRP/FRP license plate and IFTA fuel tax stickers, or, if just crossing on occasion into another state, obtaining a temporary permit to go into other states while still operating with the base license plate on the truck. Also, if the owner crosses state lines transporting goods that require Federal Authority, call us to obtain that authority which would include a DOT number.

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FLORIDA DOT NUMBER

Florida DOT Number Operatioonal Requirements Summary
FLORIDA DOT number requirements
Please Note
1.  When applying for a DOT number, 'Carrier' is the designation assigned to the applicant, whether a Person, Business or a Company that operates a vehicle or vehicles that either belong to them, or are being leased by them. A 'Registrant' is an 'Owner' of a truck that is leased to a trucking company and operates under that   trucking company's name and DOT number and, usually, MC number. Registrants are paid by trucking companies to haul loads and Registrants are not issued DOT numbers. When operating a commercial vehicle, you are either a 'Registrant' or a 'Carrier'. When applying for a DOT number, whether you have a van, pickup truck, full size truck, box truck, flatbed truck or semi-tractor, you are assigned the term 'Carrier'. As far as the DOT is concerned, you are a 'Carrier', whether you are a 'Private Carrier' driving a pickup truck and servicing the oil rigs in Texas or North Dakota, or as an owner of an 80,000-lbs semi-tractor and trailer running willy-nilly all over the country as a 'For-Hire Carrier'.  You will be a 'Carrier'
2.  If you are hauling, transporting or working exclusively within the state of Florida without crossing state lines, then the 'In State' categories shown in the tables below apply to your operation. Your DOT number will show that you are an Intrastate Carrier.
3.  If you are hauling or transporting loads or items across state lines ONLY and never hauling or transporting loads or items from one point in Florida to another point in Florida, then 'Crossing State Lines' applies to your operation and your DOT number will show you are an Interstate Carrier.
4.  If you are hauling or transporting from one point in Florida to another point in Florida AND you are occasionally crossing state lines, or crossing state lines on a regular basis, then you need to look at both the 'In-State' requirements and the 'Crossing State Lines' requirements. If you are a 'For-Hire' Carrier, then you may end up getting a DOT (USDOT) number, State Authority to operate within the state of Florida, and Federal Authority to cross state lines with loads. If you cross state lines just once with your commercial vehicle, you are an 'Interstate Carrier'. This would not apply if you are purchasing a vehicle in one state, crossing state lines to bring the vehicle home to Florida and then operate exclusively within your home state of Florida. While you do this, you are not strictly operating 'In Commerce', you are merely transporting the vehicle back to your state of operation of Florida. However, if you have not been issued a DOT number while driving back home, you may be stopped and told to get a DOT number. If you are, contact us.
5.  Service Contractors or Contractors hauling their own tools or equipment within the state of Florida or across state lines are referred to as 'Private Carriers'.
6.  If you are a contractor who does concrete work, as an example, then you would be considered a 'Private Carrier' because you are getting paid to provide a service job. If you pick up a load of gravel, transport that gravel, dump it and get paid for transporting the gravel, then leave without doing anything further with that gravel, you would be considered a 'For Hire' Carrier. You would be considered a 'For-Hire Carrier' because someone hired you to transport the gravel and do nothing else with the gravel. You can be both a 'Private Carrier' and a 'For Hire Carrier', but if you do any 'For-Hire Carrier' work, then you must register as a 'For Hire Carrier' (if that's required by the state. Check the listings below to see if you are required to register as an In-State, For-Hire Carrier )

Check on your weight and operational category
for DOT and Authority requirements
Florida DOT Number Operational Requirements - Table 2
FLORIDA  DOT number - types of operation - 2
Florida DOT Number 
In State - For-Hire Exempt Loads
10,001-lbs to 26,000-lbs 
Florida DOT Number 
In State - for Hire Exempt Loads 
Above 26,000-lbs
Florida DOT Number Crossing State Lines For-Hire
10-001-lbs - 26,000-lbs
Hauling Exempt Loads For-Hire from point to point inside Florida at weights between 10,001 -lbs and 26,000-lbs  Hauling Exempt Loads For-Hire from point to point inside Florida at weights above 26,000-lbs For Hire using a flatbed truck or box truck crossing state lines with maximum weight of 26,000-lbs
DOT number requirements for hauling exempt loads from point to point within the state of Florida with a truck, or a truck and trailer with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating, or Gross Combined Weight Ratings between 10,001-lbs and 26,000-lbs  DOT number requirements for hauling exempt loads from point to point within the state of Florida with a truck, or a truck and trailer with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating, or Gross Combined Weight Ratings above 26,000-lbs DOT number requirements for hauling loads across state lines with a truck with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating, or a truck and trailer with Gross Combined Weight Ratings between 10,001-lbs and 26,000-lbs
DOT number not required unless the vehicle is used to transport hazardous materials of a type or quantity that requires marking or placarding DOT number is required DOT number is required
Florida has no statutory provisions to obtain intrastate authority unless hauling livestock on a For-Hire basis where a permit is required by the state Florida has no statutory provisions to obtain intrastate authority unless hauling livestock on a For-Hire basis where a permit is required by the state.  MC Authority is required to transport products / items / loads across state lines. UCR registration is required. Applicant is required to go through a New Entrant Safety Audit
If the truck owner leaves Florida and crosses state lines even just once with a commercial vehicle in this weight category, or with a truck and trailer combination in this weight category, the owner must have a DOT number indicating the carrier is an interstate carrier and pay UCR fees, otherwise face a $400 fine for non UCR compliance  If the truck owner leaves Florida and crosses state lines even just once with a commercial vehicle in this weight category, or with a truck and trailer combination in this weight category, the owner must have a DOT number indicating the carrier is an interstate carrier and pay UCR fees, otherwise face a $400 fine for non UCR compliance. Also, if the truck leaves the state, the owner has the option of signing up for an IRP/FRP license plate and IFTA fuel tax stickers, or, if just crossing on occasion into another state, obtaining a temporary permit to go into other states while still operating with the base license plate on the truck. Federal operating authority will not be required as the owner will be transporting exempt commodities, but the DOT number will still need to indicate interstate exempt and UCR fees will need to be filed and paid Minimum requirement for Personal Injury / Property Damage liability insurance is $750,000
UCR registration is required. Applicant is required to go through a New Entrant Safetsy Audit

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FLORIDA DOT NUMBER

Florida DOT Number Operatioonal Requirements Summary
FLORIDA DOT number requirements
Please Note
1.  When applying for a DOT number, 'Carrier' is the designation assigned to the applicant, whether a Person, Business or a Company that operates a vehicle or vehicles that either belong to them, or are being leased by them. A 'Registrant' is an 'Owner' of a truck that is leased to a trucking company and operates under that   trucking company's name and DOT number and, usually, MC number. Registrants are paid by trucking companies to haul loads and Registrants are not issued DOT numbers. When operating a commercial vehicle, you are either a 'Registrant' or a 'Carrier'. When applying for a DOT number, whether you have a van, pickup truck, full size truck, box truck, flatbed truck or semi-tractor, you are assigned the term 'Carrier'. As far as the DOT is concerned, you are a 'Carrier', whether you are a 'Private Carrier' driving a pickup truck and servicing the oil rigs in Texas or North Dakota, or as an owner of an 80,000-lbs semi-tractor and trailer running willy-nilly all over the country as a 'For-Hire Carrier'.  You will be a 'Carrier'
2.  If you are hauling, transporting or working exclusively within the state of Florida without crossing state lines, then the 'In State' categories shown in the tables below apply to your operation. Your DOT number will show that you are an Intrastate Carrier.
3.  If you are hauling or transporting loads or items across state lines ONLY and never hauling or transporting loads or items from one point in Florida to another point in Florida, then 'Crossing State Lines' applies to your operation and your DOT number will show you are an Interstate Carrier.
4.  If you are hauling or transporting from one point in Florida to another point in Florida AND you are occasionally crossing state lines, or crossing state lines on a regular basis, then you need to look at both the 'In-State' requirements and the 'Crossing State Lines' requirements. If you are a 'For-Hire' Carrier, then you may end up getting a DOT (USDOT) number, State Authority to operate within the state of Florida, and Federal Authority to cross state lines with loads. If you cross state lines just once with your commercial vehicle, you are an 'Interstate Carrier'. This would not apply if you are purchasing a vehicle in one state, crossing state lines to bring the vehicle home to Florida and then operate exclusively within your home state of Florida. While you do this, you are not strictly operating 'In Commerce', you are merely transporting the vehicle back to your state of operation of Florida. However, if you have not been issued a DOT number while driving back home, you may be stopped and told to get a DOT number. If you are, contact us.
5.  Service Contractors or Contractors hauling their own tools or equipment within the state of Florida or across state lines are referred to as 'Private Carriers'.
6.  If you are a contractor who does concrete work, as an example, then you would be considered a 'Private Carrier' because you are getting paid to provide a service job. If you pick up a load of gravel, transport that gravel, dump it and get paid for transporting the gravel, then leave without doing anything further with that gravel, you would be considered a 'For Hire' Carrier. You would be considered a 'For-Hire Carrier' because someone hired you to transport the gravel and do nothing else with the gravel. You can be both a 'Private Carrier' and a 'For Hire Carrier', but if you do any 'For-Hire Carrier' work, then you must register as a 'For Hire Carrier' (if that's required by the state. Check the listings below to see if you are required to register as an In-State, For-Hire Carrier )

Check on your weight and operational category
for DOT and Authority requirements
Florida DOT Number Operating Requirements - Table 3
FLORIDA DOT number - types of operation - 3
Florida DOT Number Crossing State Lines For-Hire - Exempt Loads 10-001-lbs to 26,000-lbs Florida DOT Number  Crossing State Lines For-Hire Exempt Loads above 26,000-lbs Florida DOT Number Crossing State Lines For-Hire
Above 26,000-lbs
For-Hire transporting exempt poads across state lines at a gross weight between 10,001-lbs and 26,000-lbs For-Hire transporting exempt loads across state lines at a gross weight above 26,000-lbs For-Hire transporting non-exempt loads across state4 lines at a gross weight above 26,000-lbs
DOT number requirements for crossing state lines hauling exempt loads with a truck with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating between 10,001-lbs and 26,000-lbs, or with a truck and trailer with Gross Combined Weight Ratings between 10,001-lbs and 26,000-lbs DOT number requirements for crossing state lines hauling exempt loads with a truck with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating above 26,000-lbs, or a truck and trailer with Gross Combines Weight Ratings above 26,000-lbs DOT number requirements for crossing state lines hauling non-exempt loads with a truck with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating, or with a truck and trailer with Gross Combined Weight Ratings above 26,000-lbs
A DOT number / USDOT number / US DOT number is required to cross state lines A DOT number / USDOT number / US DOT number is required to cross state lines A DOT number / USDOT number / US DOT number is required to cross state lines
MC Authority is not required. UCR registration is required. Applicant is required to go through a New Entrant Safety Audit. MC Authority is not required. UCR registration is required. Applicant is required to go through a New Entrant Safety Audit. MC Authority is required to transport products / items / loads across state lines. UCR registration is required. Applicant is required to go through a New Entrant Safety Audit

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FLORIDA DOT NUMBER

Florida DOT Number Operatioonal Requirements Summary
FLORIDA DOT number requirements
Please Note
1.  When applying for a DOT number, 'Carrier' is the designation assigned to the applicant, whether a Person, Business or a Company that operates a vehicle or vehicles that either belong to them, or are being leased by them. A 'Registrant' is an 'Owner' of a truck that is leased to a trucking company and operates under that   trucking company's name and DOT number and, usually, MC number. Registrants are paid by trucking companies to haul loads and Registrants are not issued DOT numbers. When operating a commercial vehicle, you are either a 'Registrant' or a 'Carrier'. When applying for a DOT number, whether you have a van, pickup truck, full size truck, box truck, flatbed truck or semi-tractor, you are assigned the term 'Carrier'. As far as the DOT is concerned, you are a 'Carrier', whether you are a 'Private Carrier' driving a pickup truck and servicing the oil rigs in Texas or North Dakota, or as an owner of an 80,000-lbs semi-tractor and trailer running willy-nilly all over the country as a 'For-Hire Carrier'.  You will be a 'Carrier'
2.  If you are hauling, transporting or working exclusively within the state of Florida without crossing state lines, then the 'In State' categories shown in the tables below apply to your operation. Your DOT number will show that you are an Intrastate Carrier.
3.  If you are hauling or transporting loads or items across state lines ONLY and never hauling or transporting loads or items from one point in Florida to another point in Florida, then 'Crossing State Lines' applies to your operation and your DOT number will show you are an Interstate Carrier.
4.  If you are hauling or transporting from one point in Florida to another point in Florida AND you are occasionally crossing state lines, or crossing state lines on a regular basis, then you need to look at both the 'In-State' requirements and the 'Crossing State Lines' requirements. If you are a 'For-Hire' Carrier, then you may end up getting a DOT (USDOT) number, State Authority to operate within the state of Florida, and Federal Authority to cross state lines with loads. If you cross state lines just once with your commercial vehicle, you are an 'Interstate Carrier'. This would not apply if you are purchasing a vehicle in one state, crossing state lines to bring the vehicle home to Florida and then operate exclusively within your home state of Florida. While you do this, you are not strictly operating 'In Commerce', you are merely transporting the vehicle back to your state of operation of Florida. However, if you have not been issued a DOT number while driving back home, you may be stopped and told to get a DOT number. If you are, contact us.
5.  Service Contractors or Contractors hauling their own tools or equipment within the state of Florida or across state lines are referred to as 'Private Carriers'.
6.  If you are a contractor who does concrete work, as an example, then you would be considered a 'Private Carrier' because you are getting paid to provide a service job. If you pick up a load of gravel, transport that gravel, dump it and get paid for transporting the gravel, then leave without doing anything further with that gravel, you would be considered a 'For Hire' Carrier. You would be considered a 'For-Hire Carrier' because someone hired you to transport the gravel and do nothing else with the gravel. You can be both a 'Private Carrier' and a 'For Hire Carrier', but if you do any 'For-Hire Carrier' work, then you must register as a 'For Hire Carrier' (if that's required by the state. Check the listings below to see if you are required to register as an In-State, For-Hire Carrier )

Check on your weight and operational category
for DOT and Authority requirements
Florida DOT Number Operational Requirements - Table 4
FLORIDA DOT number - types of operation - 4
Florida DOT Number
In-State
For-Hire Operator
10,000-lbs and under
Florida DOT Number 
In-State
Private Operator
10,000-lbs ands under
Florida DOT Number 
In-State
Private Operator
10,001-lbs to 26,000-lbs
For-Hire Operators with vans or trucks transporting products from point to point inside the state of Florida at 10,000-lbs or under  Private Operators with vans or trucks transporting products from point to point inside the state of Florida at 10,000-lbs or under  Private Operators with trucks, or truc ks and trailers hauling loads from point to point within the state of Florida with weight s between 10,001-lbs and 26,000-lbs
DOT number requirements for transporting non-hazardous items from point to point within the state of Florida with a van or truck with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating at 10,000-lbs or under  DOT number requirements for transporting non-hazardous items from point to point within the state of Florida with a van or truck with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating at 10,000-lbs or under DOT number requirements for hauling non-hazardous loads from point to point within the state of Florida with a truck with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating between 10,001-lbs and 26,000-lbs, or a truck and trailer with Gross Combined Weight Ratings between 10,001-lbs and 26,000-lbs
DOT number not required unless the vehicle is used to transport hazardous materials of a type or quantity that requires marking or placarding DOT number not required unless the vehicle is used to transport hazardous materials of a type or quantity that requires marking or placarding DOT number not required unless the vehicle is used to transport hazardous materials of a type or quantity that requires marking or placarding
If the truck owner leaves Florida and crosses state lines even just once with a commercial vehicle in this weight category, or with a truck and trailer combination in this weight category, the owner must have a DOT number indicating the carrier is an interstate carrier and pay UCR fees, otherwise face a $400 fine for non UCR compliance

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FLORIDA DOT NUMBER

Florida DOT Number Operatioonal Requirements Summary
FLORIDA DOT number requirements
Please Note
1.  When applying for a DOT number, 'Carrier' is the designation assigned to the applicant, whether a Person, Business or a Company that operates a vehicle or vehicles that either belong to them, or are being leased by them. A 'Registrant' is an 'Owner' of a truck that is leased to a trucking company and operates under that   trucking company's name and DOT number and, usually, MC number. Registrants are paid by trucking companies to haul loads and Registrants are not issued DOT numbers. When operating a commercial vehicle, you are either a 'Registrant' or a 'Carrier'. When applying for a DOT number, whether you have a van, pickup truck, full size truck, box truck, flatbed truck or semi-tractor, you are assigned the term 'Carrier'. As far as the DOT is concerned, you are a 'Carrier', whether you are a 'Private Carrier' driving a pickup truck and servicing the oil rigs in Texas or North Dakota, or as an owner of an 80,000-lbs semi-tractor and trailer running willy-nilly all over the country as a 'For-Hire Carrier'.  You will be a 'Carrier'
2.  If you are hauling, transporting or working exclusively within the state of Florida without crossing state lines, then the 'In State' categories shown in the tables below apply to your operation. Your DOT number will show that you are an Intrastate Carrier.
3.  If you are hauling or transporting loads or items across state lines ONLY and never hauling or transporting loads or items from one point in Florida to another point in Florida, then 'Crossing State Lines' applies to your operation and your DOT number will show you are an Interstate Carrier.
4.  If you are hauling or transporting from one point in Florida to another point in Florida AND you are occasionally crossing state lines, or crossing state lines on a regular basis, then you need to look at both the 'In-State' requirements and the 'Crossing State Lines' requirements. If you are a 'For-Hire' Carrier, then you may end up getting a DOT (USDOT) number, State Authority to operate within the state of Florida, and Federal Authority to cross state lines with loads. If you cross state lines just once with your commercial vehicle, you are an 'Interstate Carrier'. This would not apply if you are purchasing a vehicle in one state, crossing state lines to bring the vehicle home to Florida and then operate exclusively within your home state of Florida. While you do this, you are not strictly operating 'In Commerce', you are merely transporting the vehicle back to your state of operation of Florida. However, if you have not been issued a DOT number while driving back home, you may be stopped and told to get a DOT number. If you are, contact us.
5.  Service Contractors or Contractors hauling their own tools or equipment within the state of Florida or across state lines are referred to as 'Private Carriers'.
6.  If you are a contractor who does concrete work, as an example, then you would be considered a 'Private Carrier' because you are getting paid to provide a service job. If you pick up a load of gravel, transport that gravel, dump it and get paid for transporting the gravel, then leave without doing anything further with that gravel, you would be considered a 'For Hire' Carrier. You would be considered a 'For-Hire Carrier' because someone hired you to transport the gravel and do nothing else with the gravel. You can be both a 'Private Carrier' and a 'For Hire Carrier', but if you do any 'For-Hire Carrier' work, then you must register as a 'For Hire Carrier' (if that's required by the state. Check the listings below to see if you are required to register as an In-State, For-Hire Carrier )

Check on your weight and operational category
for DOT and Authority requirements
Florida DOT Number Operational Requirements - Table 5
FLORIDA DOT number - types of operation - 5
Florida DOT Number
In State
Private Operator
Above 26,000-lbs
Florida DOT Number
Crossing state Lines
Private Operator
10,000-lbs and under
Florida DOT Number 
Crossing State Lines Private Operator 10,001-lbs to 26,000-lbs
Private Operators hauling loads from point to point inside Florida with a truck, or truck and trailer with gross weights above 26,000-lbs Private Operators crossing state lines with a van or truck with a gross weight at 10,000-lbs or under Private Operators crossing state lines with a truck or truck and trailer with gross weights between 10-001-lbs and 26,000-lbs
DOT number requirements for hauling non-hazardous loads form point ot point within the state of Florida with a truck with a Gross Weight Rating above 26,000-lbs, or a truck and trailer with Gross Combined Weight Ratings above 26,000-lbs DOT number requirements for transporting items across state lines with a van or a truck with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating at 10,000-lbs and under DOT number requirements for hauling loads across state lines with a truck with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating between 10,001-lbs and 26,000-lbs, or a truck and trailer with Gross Combined Weight Ratings between 10,001-lbs and 26,000-lbs 
DOT number is required DOT number not required DOT number is required
In State Authority is not required UCR filing is required and the carrier will be subject to the New Entrant Safety Audit
Anyone (except common carriers operating over regulated routes and schedules) importing or bringing into the state of Florida tangible personal property taxable under the Florida Sales adn Use Tax Law must register as a dealer and secure an Importation Permit.
If the truck owner leaves Florida and crosses state lines even just once with a commercial vehicle in this weight category, or with a truck and trailer combination in this weight category, the owner must have a DOT number indicating the carrier is an interstate carrier and pay UCR fees, otherwise face a $400 fine for non UCR compliance. Also, if the truck leaves the state, the owner has the option of signing up for an IRP/FRP license plate and IFTA fuel tax stickers, or, if just crossing on occasion into another state, obtaining a temporary permit to go into other states while still operating with the base license plate on the truck. Even with just one trip into another state, the DOT number will still be required showing the carrier is interstate and operating as a private carrier.

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FLORIDA DOT NUMBER

Florida DOT Number Operatioonal Requirements Summary
FLORIDA DOT number requirements
Please Note
1.  When applying for a DOT number, 'Carrier' is the designation assigned to the applicant, whether a Person, Business or a Company that operates a vehicle or vehicles that either belong to them, or are being leased by them. A 'Registrant' is an 'Owner' of a truck that is leased to a trucking company and operates under that   trucking company's name and DOT number and, usually, MC number. Registrants are paid by trucking companies to haul loads and Registrants are not issued DOT numbers. When operating a commercial vehicle, you are either a 'Registrant' or a 'Carrier'. When applying for a DOT number, whether you have a van, pickup truck, full size truck, box truck, flatbed truck or semi-tractor, you are assigned the term 'Carrier'. As far as the DOT is concerned, you are a 'Carrier', whether you are a 'Private Carrier' driving a pickup truck and servicing the oil rigs in Texas or North Dakota, or as an owner of an 80,000-lbs semi-tractor and trailer running willy-nilly all over the country as a 'For-Hire Carrier'.  You will be a 'Carrier'
2.  If you are hauling, transporting or working exclusively within the state of Florida without crossing state lines, then the 'In State' categories shown in the tables below apply to your operation. Your DOT number will show that you are an Intrastate Carrier.
3.  If you are hauling or transporting loads or items across state lines ONLY and never hauling or transporting loads or items from one point in Florida to another point in Florida, then 'Crossing State Lines' applies to your operation and your DOT number will show you are an Interstate Carrier.
4.  If you are hauling or transporting from one point in Florida to another point in Florida AND you are occasionally crossing state lines, or crossing state lines on a regular basis, then you need to look at both the 'In-State' requirements and the 'Crossing State Lines' requirements. If you are a 'For-Hire' Carrier, then you may end up getting a DOT (USDOT) number, State Authority to operate within the state of Florida, and Federal Authority to cross state lines with loads. If you cross state lines just once with your commercial vehicle, you are an 'Interstate Carrier'. This would not apply if you are purchasing a vehicle in one state, crossing state lines to bring the vehicle home to Florida and then operate exclusively within your home state of Florida. While you do this, you are not strictly operating 'In Commerce', you are merely transporting the vehicle back to your state of operation of Florida. However, if you have not been issued a DOT number while driving back home, you may be stopped and told to get a DOT number. If you are, contact us.
5.  Service Contractors or Contractors hauling their own tools or equipment within the state of Florida or across state lines are referred to as 'Private Carriers'.
6.  If you are a contractor who does concrete work, as an example, then you would be considered a 'Private Carrier' because you are getting paid to provide a service job. If you pick up a load of gravel, transport that gravel, dump it and get paid for transporting the gravel, then leave without doing anything further with that gravel, you would be considered a 'For Hire' Carrier. You would be considered a 'For-Hire Carrier' because someone hired you to transport the gravel and do nothing else with the gravel. You can be both a 'Private Carrier' and a 'For Hire Carrier', but if you do any 'For-Hire Carrier' work, then you must register as a 'For Hire Carrier' (if that's required by the state. Check the listings below to see if you are required to register as an In-State, For-Hire Carrier )

Check on your weight and operational category
for DOT and Authority requirements
Florida DOT Number Operational Requirements - Table 6
FLORIDA DOT number - types of operation - 6
Florida DOT Number Crossing State Lines Private Operators above 26,000-lbs Florida DOT Number 
-  Farmers  -
In-state Only
Abov 26,000-lbs
Florida DOT Number 
-  Farmers  -
Crossing State Lines Above 26,000-lbs
Private Operators crossing state lines with vehicles at a gross weight above 26,000-lbs Farm-plated trucks hauling loads inside the state of Florida without crossing state lines Farm-plated trucks hauking loads inside the state of Florida AND crossing state lines with loads
DOT number requirements for crossing state lines hauling non-exempt loads with a truck with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating, or with a truck and trailer with Gross Combined Weight Ratings above 26,000-lbs DOT number requirements for farmers hauling their own loads or items that belong to the farm and the farmer is not getting paid to haul or transport these loads or items within the state of Florida DOT number requirements for farmers crossing state lines hauling their own farm-based loads and not getting paid to haul items or loads across state lines using a truck with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating, or with a truck and trailer with Gross Combined Weight Ratings above 26,000-lbs
A DOT number / USDOT number / US DOT number is required DOT number not required A DOT number is required to cross state lines 
UCR registration is required, Applicant is required to go through a New Entrant Safety Audit If the truck owner leaves Florida and crosses state lines even just once with a commercial vehicle in this weight category, or with a truck and trailer combination in this weight category, the owner must have a DOT number indicating the carrier is an interstate carrier and pay UCR fees, otherwise face a $400 fine for non UCR compliance IFTA fuel tax registration is required. UCR registration is required. Applicant is required to go through a New Entrant Safety Audit

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2290 Federal Highway-Use Tax


We can apply for an EIN / Federal ID Number for you
and file your 2290 Highway-Use Tax with the IRS

You will need an EIN for the 2290 Tax Filings 


Call Us at (765) 742-2610


  • When your gross weight is 55,000-lbs or more, you will need ot file the annual 2290 Federal Highway-Use Tax with the IRS. To do this, you will need a Federal ID Number, also referred to as an EIN - Employer Identification Number. Once you have an EIN, the IRS absalutely loves to have your 2290 Highway-Use Tax. We can file your annual 2290 Highway-Use Tax for you.
  • If you plan to become an LLC (Limited Liablity Company) or 'Inc. (Incorporated), you will need an EIN for the LLC or Corporation. We can register you with the Secretary of State and get an EIN for you.
  • The 2290 Highway-Use Tax is based on the commercial use of a vehicle plated at 55,000-lbs or greater. The partial-year tax is based on the month you start using your truck or tractor on a commercial basis within a tax year (July 1 through June 30 of the following year). If you buy a truck or tractor, bring it home or to a garage for work to be done on the vehicle and then use the vehicle in commerce, then the tax is based on the month you start using the vehicle 'in commerce'. Commercially-plated trucks or tractors driven 5,000 miles or under within a tax year qualify to be tax exempt. Farm-plated trucks or tractors are allowed 7,500 miles or under to be tax-exempt.  
 

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2290 Federal Highway-Use Tax Tables

Florida DOT Number trucks and tractors
@ 55,000-lbs and over


Full Year:    July 1 - June 30
IRS 2290 Federal Highway-Use Tax for trucks with a Florida DOT Number
2290 Federal Highway-Use Tax for Florida DOT Number trucks
IRS Tax 2290 Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Table
Annual Tax (vehicles used during July)
Category Taxable Gross Weight (lbs) Vehicles Except Logging Logging Vehicles
A 55,000-lbs $100.00 $75.00
B 55,001-56,000 122.00 91.50
C 56,001-57,000 144.00 108.00
D 57,001-58,000 166.00 124.50
E 58,001-59,000 188.00 141.00
F 59,001-60,000 210.00 157.50
G 60,001-61,000 232.00 174.00
H 61,001-62,000 254.00 190.50
I 62,001-63,000 276.00 207.00
J 63,001-64,000 298.00 223.50
K 64,001-65,000 320.00 240.00
L 65,001-66,000 342.00 256.50
M 66,001-67,000 364.00 273.00
N 67,001-68,000 386.00 289.50
O 68,001-69,000 408.00 306.00
P 69,001-70,000 430.00 322.50
Q 70,001-71,000 452.00 339.00
R 71,001-72,000 474.00 355.50
S 72,001-73,000 496.00 372.00
T 73,001-74,000 518.00 388.50
U 74,001-75,000 540.00 405.00
V Over 75,000-lbs 550.00 412.50
W Tax-Suspended Vehicles 0 0

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2290 Highway-Use Tax for Florida DOT Number
trucks & tractors @ 55,000-lbs and over -


Partial-Year Computations: August - December

IRS 2290 Federal Highway-Use Tax for trucks and tractors with a Florida DOT Number
2290 Federal Highway-Use Tax for Florida DOT Number trucks
IRS 2290 Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Table
Partial-Year Computations
Table 1      Vehicles Except Logging & Canadian
Category AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
A 91.67 83.33 75.00 66.67 58.33
B 111.83 101.67 91.50 81.33 71.17
C 132.00 120.00 108.00 96.00 84.00
D 152.17 138.33 124.50 110.67 96.83
E 172.33 156.67 141.00 125.33 109.67
F 192.50 175.00 157.50 140.00 122.50
G 212.67 193.33 174.00 154.67 135.33
H 232.83 211.67 190.50 169.33 148.17
I 253.00 230.00 207.00 184.00 161.00
J 273.17 248.33 223.50 198.67 173.83
K 293.33 266.67 240.00 213.33 186.67
L 313.50 285.00 256.50 228.00 199.50
M 333.67 303.33 273.00 242.67 212.33
N 353.83 321.67 289.50 257.33 225.17
O 374.00 340.00 306.00 272.00 238.00
P 394.17 358.33 322.50 286.67 250.83
Q 414.33 376.67 339.00 301.33 263.67
R 434.50 395.00 355.00 316.00 276.50
S 454.67 413.33 372.00 330.67 289.33
T 474.83 431.67 388.50 345.33 302.17
U 495.00 450.00 405.00 360.00 315.00
V 504.17 458.33 412.50 366.67 320.83
Table II      Logging Vehicles & Canadian Trucks
Category AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
A 68.75 62.49 56.25 50.00 43.75
B 83.87 76.25 38.62 60.99 53.37
C 99.00 90.00 81.00 72.00 63.00
D 114.37 103.74 93.37 83.00 72.62
E 129.24 117.50 105.75 93.99 82.25
F 144.37 131.25 118.12 105.00 91.87
G 159.50 144.99 130.50 116.00 101.49
H 174.62 158.75 142.87 126.99 111.12
I 189.75 172.50 155.25 138.00 120.75
J 204.87 186.24 167.62 149.00 130.37
K 219.66 200.00 180.00 159.99 140.00
L 235.12 213.75 192.37 171.00 149.62
M 250.25 227.49 204.75 182.00 159.24
N 265.37 241.25 217.12 192.99 168.87
O 280.50 255.00 229.50 204.00 178.50
P 295.62 268.74 241.87 215.00 188.12
Q 310.74 282.58 254.25 225.99 197.75
R 325.87 296.25 266.62 237.00 207.37
S 341.00 309.99 279.00 248.00 216.99
T 356.12 323.75 291.37 258.99 226.62
U 371.25 337.50 303.75 270.00 236.25
V 378.12 343.74 309.37 275.00 240.62

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2290 Highway-Use Tax for Florida DOT Number
trucks & tractors @ 55,000-lbs and over - 


Partial Year Computations:   January - June

IRS 2290 Federal highway-Use Tax for trucks with a Florida DOT Number
2290 Federal Highway-Use Tax for Florida DOT Number trucks
IRS 2290 Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Table
Partial-Year Computations
Table 1      Vehicles Except Logging & Canadian
Category JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN
A 50.00 41.67 33.33 25.00 16.67 8.33
B 61.00 50.83 40.67 30.50 20.33 10.17
C 72.00 60.00 48.00 36.00 24.00 12.00
D 83.00 69.17 55.33 41.50 27.67 13.83
E 94.00 78.33 62.67 47.00 31.33 15.67
F 105.00 87.50 70.00 52.50 35.00 17.50
G 116.00 96.67 77.33 58.00 38.67 19.33
H 127.00 105.83 84.67 63.50 42.33 21.17
I 138.00 115.00 92.00 69.00 46.00 23.00
J 149.00 124.17 99.33 74.50 49.67 24.83
K 160.00 133.33 106.67 80.00 53.33 26.67
L 171.00 142.50 114.00 85.50 57.00 28.50
M 182.00 151.67 121.33 91.00 60.67 30.33
N 193.00 160.83 128.67 96.50 64.33 32.17
O 204.00 170.00 136.00 102.00 68.00 34.00
P 215.00 179.17 143.33 107.50 71.67 35.83
Q 226.00 188.33 150.67 113.00 75.33 37.67
R 237.00 197.50 158.00 118.50 79.00 39.50
S 248.00 206.67 165.33 124.00 82.67 41.33
T 259.00 215.83 172.67 129.50 86.33 43.17
U 270.00 225.00 180.00 135.00 90.00 45.00
V 275.00 229.17 183.33 137.50 91.67 45.83
Table II      Logging Vehicles & Canadian Trucks
Category JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN
A 37.50 31.25 24.99 18.75 12.50 6.24
B 45.75 38.12 30.50 22.87 15.24 7.62
C 54.00 45.00 36.00 27.00 18.00 9.00
D 62.25 51.87 41.49 31.12 20.75 10.37
E 70.50 58.74 47.00 32.25 23.49 11.75
F 78.75 65.62 52.50 39.37 26.25 13.12
G 87.00 72.50 57.99 43.50 29.00 14.49
H 95.25 79.37 63.50 47.62 31.74 15.87
I 103.50 86.25 69.00 51.75 34.50 17.25
J 111.75 93.12 74.49 55.87 37.25 18.62
K 120.00 99.99 80.00 60.00 39.99 20.00
L 128.25 106.87 85.50 64.12 42.75 21.37
M 136.50 113.75 90.99 68.25 45.50 22.75
N 144.75 120.62 96.50 72.37 48.24 24.12
O 153.00 127.50 102.00 76.50 51.00 25.50
P 161.25 134.37 107.49 80.62 53.75 26.87
Q 169.50 141.24 113.00 84.75 56.49 28.25
R 177.75 148.12 118.50 88.87 59.25 29.62
S 186.00 155.00 123.99 93.00 62.00 30.99
T 194.25 161.87 129.50 97.12 64.75 32.37
U 202.50 168.75 135.00 101.25 67.50 33.75
V 206.25 171.87 137.49 103.12 68.75 68.75

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Florida Secretary of State
Call us at
(765) 742-2610 to set you up as an LLC
or as a Corporation (Inc.)
Florida DOT Number individual or truck-owner registering with the Secretary of State

If you are based in Florida and would like to become
a Limited Liability Company (LLC) or a Corporation (Inc.)



Geting your own authority: If you plan to use an LLC name, corporate name or partnership name with your operation, before you apply for a Florida DOT number / DOT number and for Florida Authority, MC Authority, or will be hauling exempt loads, you will need to register for an Employer Identification Number (EIN) / Federal ID Number and complete the registration process with the Florida Secretary of State with a name of you choice. The registration process for Florida Authority or MC Authority can then proceed. We can do the registration processes for you and apply for an EIN / Federal ID Number.
Leasing on to a trucking company: If you will be leasing on to a trucking company as an LLC or Corporation, before you sign the lease agreement, you will need to have an Employer Identification Number / EIN / Federal ID Number in the name of the LLC or Corporation, and have completed the registration process with the Florida Secretary of State. You will not need a Florida DOT Number.
Original Name: To register a name with the Florida Secretary of State, the name must be unique and not the same name as any other name registered with the Florida Secretary of State. The process takes a couple of business days to complete. We can do the application process for you.
Getting an IRP plate: If you are getting an IRP license plate, the  Florida Department of Revenue / IRP office, which issues IRP plates, will look to see if you are registered with the Florida Secretary of State. If you are a one-person LLC (single-member LLC), or a one-person Corporation, you will need to have a Florida CDL to be issued an IRP plate. If the LLC is a multi-member LLC, or Corporation has two more officers, then the driver of the truck must have a CDL license to qualify for a Florida IRP plate
EIN / Federal ID Number required: When you register as a Corporation or an LLC, you will be required to obtain an Employer Identification Number, also known as a Federal ID Number. We can apply for an EIN / Federal ID Number for you.

If you are an LLC or Corporation based in another state
and would like to set up an office or terminal in Florida 


Company based in another state wishing to operate within the state of Florida: If you plan to open an office or terminal in Florida and would like to register your name with the Florida Secretary of State as a Foreign Corporation or Foreign Limited Liability Company doing bisiness within the state of Florida, you will need to register your company name with the Florida Secretary of State as a Foreign entity doing business in Florida. If the name being used is unique with the Florida Secretary of State, the registration process can be completed. If the company name is not unique and a similar name is currently registered with the Florida Secretary of State, then a Fictitious Name (doing business as..) will need to be used. Call us to do the registration process at (765) 742-2610

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Florida IFTA Fuel Taxes
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(765) 742-2610 to assist you with
Florida quarterly fuel tax reports
IFTA fuel tax registration for Florida DOT Number truck owners

Florida IFTA Fuel Tax
  • We cannot set you up with a Florida fuel tax account. You will need to call the Florida IFTA office at (850) 488-6921 to register for IFTA. Once you have received your IFTA stickers and cab-card, we can do your quarterly IFTA fuel tax filings for you.
  • If your truck is plated at 60,000-lbs or greater, or tractor and trailer are plated at 60,000-lbs or greater and you will be travelling through Kentucky, you will need a Kentucky KYU number and file the quqrterly KYU reports. We can set you you up with a KYU number and do the reports.
  • If you are going into New York State and are plated at 18,000-lbs or higher, you will need to register for the New York Highway-Use Tax, or NY HUT. You will also need to file and pay the quarterly NY HUT tax. We can do all of this for you.
  • If you will be travelling through New Mexico, you can either pay at the Port of Entry for the trip into or through New Mexico (typically around $60 across the state), or pre-register with the state and pay the weight-distance taxes on a quarterly basis. It usully turns out to be around $16 for each trip across the state with a New Mexico number)
  • Oregon is a different country altogether. A beautiful state and they speak English over there, but they are not a part of the IFTA fuel tax system. They collect their money through the IRP plate system and through their weight-distance tax system. You can pay at the border to travel through Oregon. Or you can pre-register with the state and post a $2,000 bond. You will need to file monthly weight-distance taxes with the state.

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4th Quarter 2016 Fuel Tax Rates
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Exchange Rate: U.S. = 1.3180 / Canada = 0.7587  

Exchange rates are from www.federalreserve.gov
4th Quarter 2016 International Fuel Tax Agreement fuel tax rates for Florida DOT Number trucks and tractors
State / Province Gasoline Special Diesel Gasohol Propane LNG CNG Ethanol Methanol E-85 M-85 A55 Biodiesel
ALBERTA (AB) U.S.
Can.
0.3734
0.1300
0.3734
0.1300
0.3734
0.1300
0.2700
0.0940
0.3734
0.1300
0.3734
0.1300
0.3734
0.1300
0.3734
0.1300
0.3734
0.1300
0.3734
0.1300
BRITISH COLUMBIA (BC) U.S.
Can.
0.6080
0.2117
0.6511
0.2267
0.6080
0.2117
0.2102
0.0732
0.2326
0.0810
0.1637
0.0570
0.6080
0.2117
0.0939
0.0327
0.6080
0.2117
0.1086
0.0378
0.6511
0.2267
0.6511
0.2267
MANITOBA (MB) U.S.
Can.
0.4020
0.1400
0.4020
0.1400
0.4020
0.1400
0.0862
0.0300
0.2872
0.1000
0.2872
0.1000
0.4020
0.1400
0.4020
0.1400
0.4020
0.1400
0.4020
0.1400
0.4020
0.1400
0.4020
0.1400
NEW BRUNSWICK (NB)  U.S.
Can.
0.4451
0.1550
0.6175
0.2150
0.4451
0.1550
0.1924
0.0670
0.6175
0.2150
0.6175
0.2150
0.6175
0.2150
0.6175
0.2150
0.4451
0.1550
0.6175
0.2150
0.6175
0.2150
0.6175
0.2150
NEWFOUNDLAND (NL)  U.S.
Can.
0.9477
0.3300
0.6175
0.2150
0.2011
0.0700
NOVA SCOTIA (NS)  U.S.
Can.
0.4451
0.1550
0.4423
0.1540
0.2011
0.0700
0.4423
0.1540
0.4423
0.1540
ONTARIO (ON) U.S.
Can.
0.4222
0.1470
0.4107
0.1430
0.4222
0.1470
0.1235
0.0430
0.4222
0.1470
0.4222
0.1470
0.4222
0.1470
0.4222
0.1470
0.4107
0.1430
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND (PE)  U.S.
Can.
0.3762
0.1310
0.5801
0.2020
QUEBEC (QC)  U.S.
Can.
0.5514
0.1920
0.5801
0.2020
0.5514
0.1920
0.5801
0.2020
0.5514
0.1920
0.5801
0.2020
0.5514
0.1920
0.5801
0.2020
0.5801
0.2020
SASKATCHEWAN (SK)  U.S.
Can.
0.4308
0.1500
0.4308
0.1500
0.4308
0.1500
0.2585
0.0900
0.4308
0.1500
0.4308
0.1500
0.4308
0.1500
0.4308
0.1500
0.4308
0.1500
0.4308
0.1500
ALABAMA (AL)  U.S.
Can.
0.1800
0.0627
0.1900
0.0662
0.1800
0.0627
0.1900
0.0662
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
0.1900
0.0662
ARIZONA (AZ) U.S.
Can.
0.1800
0.0627
0.2600
0.0905
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
0.2600
0.0905
ARKANSAS (AR)  U.S.
Can.
0.2150
0.0749
0.2250
0.0783
0.2150
0.0749
0.1650
0.0575
0.0500
0.0174
0.0500
0.0174
0.2150
0.0749
0.2150
0.0749
0.2150
0.0749
0.2150
0.0749
0.2250
0.0783
CALIFORNIA (CA) U.S.
Can.
0.4000
0.1393
0.0600
0.0210
0.1017
0.0355
0.0887
0.0308
0.0900
0.0314
0.0900
0.0314
0.0900
0.0314
0.0900
0.0314
0.4000
0.1393
0.4000
0.1393
COLORADO (CO)  U.S.
Can.
0.2200
0.0766
0.2050
0.0714
0.2200
0.0766
0.0700
0.0244
0.0700
0.0244
0.0900
0.0314
0.2200
0.0766
0.2200
0.0766
0.2200
0.0766
0.2200
0.0766
0.2200
0.0766
0.2050
0.0714
CONNECTICUT (CT) U.S.
Can.
0.2500
0.0871
0.4170
0.1452
0.2500
0.0871
0.2600
0.0905
0.2600
0.0905
0.2600
0.0905
0.2500
0.0871
0.2500
0.0871
0.2500
0.0871
0.2500
0.0871
0.2500
0.0871
0.4170
0.1452
DELAWARE (DE)  U.S.
Can.
0.2300
0.0801
0.2200
0.0766
0.2300
0.0801
0.2200
0.0766
0.2200
0.0766
0.2200
0.0766
0.2300
0.0801
0.2300
0.0801
0.2200
0.0766
0.2200
0.0766
0.2200
0.0766
0.2200
0.0766
FLORIDA (FL) U.S.
Can.
0.3159
0.1101
0.3377
0.1176
0.2987
0.1040
0.3377
0.1176
GEORGIA (GA)  U.S.
Can.
0.2600
0.0905
0.2900
0.1010
0.2600
0.0905
0.2600
0.0905
0.2600
0.0905
0.2600
0.0905
0.2600
0.0905
0.2600
0.0905
0.2600
0.0905
0.2600
0.0905
0.2600
0.0905
0.2900
0.1010
IDAHO (ID) U.S.
Can.
0.3200
0.1114
0.2320
0.0808
0.3490
0.1215
0.3200
0.1114
0.3200
0.1114
0.3200
0.1114
ILLINOIS (IL)  U.S.
Can.
0.3180
0.1107
0.3560
0.1240
0.3180
0.1107
0.2810
0.0978
0.2810
0.0978
0.2810
0.0978
0.3180
0.1107
0.3180
0.1107
0.3180
0.1107
0.3180
0.1107
0.3180
0.1107
0.3560
0.1240
INDIANA (IN)  U.S.
Can.
0.1800
0.0627
0.1600
0.0558
0.1800
0.0627
0.1600
0.0558
0.1600
0.0558
0.1600
0.0558
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
0.1600
0.0558
INDIANA (IN) (Surcharge) U.S.
Can.
0.1100
0.0384
0.1100
0.0384
0.1100
0.0384
0.1100
0.0384
0.1100
0.0384
0.1100
0.0384
0.1100
0.0384
0.1100
0.0384
0.1100
0.0384
0.1100
0.0384
0.1100
0.0384
0.1100
0.0384
IOWA (IA)  U.S.
Can.
0.3070
0.1069
0.3250
0.1132
0.2900
0.1010
0.3000
0.1045
0.3250
0.1132
0.3100
0.1079
0.2900
0.1010
0.3000
0.1045
0.2900
0.1010
0.3000
0.1045
0.3000
0.1045
0.2950
0.1027
KANSAS (KS)  U.S.
Can.
0.2400
0.0836
0.2600
0.0905
0.2400
0.0836
0.2300
0.0801
0.2600
0.0905
0.2400
0.0836
0.2400
0.0836
0.2600
0.0905
0.1700
0.0592
0.2400
0.0836
0.2600
0.0905
0.2600
0.0905
KENTUCKY (KY)  U.S.
Can.
0.2460
0.0857
0.2160
0.0753
0.2460
0.0857
0.2460
0.0857
0.2160
0.0753
0.2160
0.0753
0.2460
0.0857
0.2460
0.0857
0.2460
0.0857
0.2460
0.0857
0.2160
0.0753
0.2160
0.0753
KENTUCKY (KY) (Surcharge) U.S.
Can.
0.0440
0.0153
0.1020
0.0355
0.0440
0.0153
0.0440
0.0153
0.1020
0.0355
0.1020
0.0355
0.0440
0.0153
0.0440
0.0153
0.0440
0.0153
0.0440
0.0153
0.1020
0.0355
0.1020
0.0355
LOUISIANA (LA) U.S.
Can.
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.1460
0.0509
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
MAINE (ME) U.S.
Can.
0.3120
0.1086
0.2190
0.0763
0.1780
0.0619
0.3073
0.1070
0.1980
0.0689
0.1470
0.0511
0.3120
0.1086
MARYLAND (MD) U.S.
Can.
0.3350
0.1166
0.3425
0.1193
0.3350
0.1166
0.3350
0.1166
0.3350
0.1166
0.3350
0.1166
0.3350
0.1166
0.3350
0.1166
0.3350
0.1166
0.3350
0.1166
0.3425
0.1193
0.3425
0.1193
MASSACHUSETTS (MA)  U.S.
Can.
0.2400
0.0836
0.2400
0.0836
0.2400
0.0836
0.1320
0.0460
0.1320
0.0460
0.1320
0.0460
0.2400
0.0836
0.2400
0.0836
0.2400
0.0836
0.2400
0.0836
0.2400
0.0836
0.2400
0.0836
MICHIGAN (MI)  U.S.
Can.
0.2750
0.0958
0.2750
0.0958
MINNESOTA (MN) U.S.
Can.
0.2850
0.0992
0.2850
0.0992
0.2850
0.0992
0.2135
0.0743
0.1710
0.0596
0.3134
0.1091
0.2850
0.0992
0.2850
0.0992
0.2025
0.0705
0.2850
0.0992
0.2850
0.0992
MISSISSIPPI (MS) U.S.
Can.
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
0.1700
0.0592
0.1800
0.0627
0.2280
0.0793
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
0.1800
0.0627
MISSOURI (MO) U.S.
Can.
0.1700
0.0592
0.1700
0.0592
0.1700
0.0592
0.1700
0.0592
0.1700
0.0592
0.1700
0.0592
0.1700
0.0592
0.1700
0.0592
MONTANA (MT) U.S.
Can.
0.2775
0.0966
0.0518
0.0181
0.0700
0.0244
NEBRASKA (NE)  U.S.
Can.
0.2580
0.0899
0.2580
0.0899
0.2580
0.0899
0.2580
0.0899
0.2580
0.0899
0.2580
0.0899
0.2580
0.0899
0.2580
0.0899
0.2580
0.0899
0.2580
0.0899
0.2580
0.0899
0.2580
0.0899
NEVADA (NV)  U.S.
Can.
0.2300
0.0801
0.2700
0.0940
0.2300
0.0801
0.2200
0.0766
0.2700
0.0940
0.2100
0.0732
0.2300
0.0801
0.2300
0.0801
0.2300
0.0801
0.1900
0.0662
0.2700
0.0940
NEW HAMPSHIRE (NH)  U.S.
Can.
0.2220
0.0774
0.2220
0.0774
0.2220
0.0774
0.2220
0.0774
0.2220
0.0774
NEW JERSEY (NJ)  U.S.
Can.
0.1450
0.0505
0.1750
0.0609
0.1450
0.0505
0.0925
0.0322
0.0925
0.0322
0.0925
0.0322
0.1450
0.0505
0.1450
0.0505
NEW JERSEY (NJ) 11/01/2016 U.S.
Can.
0.3710
0.1292
0.1750
0.0609
0.3710
0.1292
0.3225
0.1123
0.3710
0.1292
0.3710
0.1292
0.3710
0.1292
0.3710
0.1292
0.3710
0.1292
0.1750
0.0609
NEW MEXICO (NM)  U.S.
Can.
0.2100
0.0732
NEW YORK (NY) U.S.
Can.
0.3910
0.1362
0.3825
0.1333
0.3910
0.1362
0.2210
0.0770
0.3910
0.1362
0.3910
0.1362
0.3910
0.1362
0.3910
0.1362
NORTH CAROLINA (NC)  U.S.
Can.
0.3400
0.1184
0.3400
0.1184
0.3400
0.1184
0.3400
0.1184
0.3400
0.1184
0.3400
0.1184
0.3400
0.1184
0.3400
0.1184
0.3400
0.1184
0.3400
0.1184
0.3400
0.1184
0.3400
0.1184
NORTH DAKOTA (ND)  U.S.
Can.
0.2300
0.0801
0.2300
0.0801
0.2300
0.0801
0.2300
0.0801
0.2300
0.0801
0.2300
0.0801
OHIO (OH)  U.S.
Can.
0.2800
0.0975
0.2800
0.0975
0.2800
0.0975
0.2800
0.0975
0.2800
0.0975
0.2800
0.0975
0.2800
0.0975
0.2800
0.0975
0.2800
0.0975
0.2800
0.0975
0.2800
0.0975
OKLAHOMA (OK)  U.S.
Can.
0.1600
0.0558
0.1300
0.0452
0.1600
0.0558
0.1600
0.0558
0.0500
0.0174
0.0500
0.0174
0.1600
0.0558
0.1600
0.0558
0.1600
0.0558
0.1600
0.0558
0.1600
0.0558
0.1300
0.0452
OREGON (OR)  U.S.
Can.
PENNSYLVANIA (PA) U.S.
Can.
0.5030
0.1752
0.6400
0.2229
0.5030
0.1752
0.3710
0.1292
0.3340
0.1163
0.5030
0.1752
0.3360
0.1170
0.2520
0.0878
0.3610
0.1257
0.2900
0.1010
0.6400
0.2229
0.6400
0.2229
RHODE ISLAND (RI)  U.S.
Can.
0.3300
0.1149
0.3300
0.1149
0.3300
0.1149
0.3300
0.1149
0.3300
0.1149
0.3300
0.1149
0.3300
0.1149
0.3300
0.1149
0.3300
0.1149
0.3300
0.1149
0.3300
0.1149
SOUTH CAROLINA (SC) U.S.
Can.
0.1600
0.0558
0.1600
0.0558
0.1600
0.0558
0.1600
0.0558
0.1600
0.0558
0.1600
0.0558
0.1600
0.0558
0.1600
0.0558
SOUTH DAKOTA (SD)  U.S.
Can.
0.2800
0.0975
0.2800
0.0975
TENNESSEE (TN) U.S.
Can.
0.2000
0.0696
0.1700
0.0592
0.2000
0.0696
0.1400
0.0488
0.2000
0.0696
0.1300
0.0452
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.1700
0.0592
TEXAS (TX) U.S.
Can.
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.1500
0.0522
0.1500
0.0522
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
0.2000
0.0696
UTAH (UT) U.S.
Can.
0.2940
0.1024
0.2940
0.1024
0.2940
0.1024
0.1250
0.0435
0.1250
0.0435
0.2940
0.1024
0.2940
0.1024
0.2940
0.1024
0.2940
0.1024
0.2940
0.1024
0.2940
0.1024
VERMONT (VT)  U.S.
Can.
0.3100
0.1079
VIRGINIA (VA) U.S.
Can.
0.1620
0.0564
0.2020
0.0704
0.1620
0.0564
0.1620
0.0564
0.1620
0.0564
0.1620
0.0564
0.1620
0.0564
0.1620
0.0564
0.1620
0.0564
0.1620
0.0564
0.1620
0.0564
0.2020
0.0704
VIRGINIA (VA) (Surcharge) U.S.
Can.
0.0750
0.0261
0.0350
0.0121
0.0750
0.0261
0.0750
0.0261
0.0750
0.0261
0.0750
0.0261
0.0750
0.0261
0.0750
0.0261
0.0750
0.0261
0.0750
0.0261
0.0750
0.0261
0.0350
0.0121
WASHINGTON (WA) U.S.
Can.
0.4940
0.1720
0.4940
0.1720
0.4940
0.1720
0.4940
0.1720
0.4940
0.1720
0.4940
0.1720
WEST VIRGINIA (WV) U.S.
Can.
0.3320
0.1156
0.3320
0.1156
0.3320
0.1156
0.2050
0.0714
0.1510
0.0526
0.2350
0.0819
0.3320
0.1156
0.3320
0.1156
0.3320
0.1156
0.3320
0.1156
0.3320
0.1156
0.3320
0.1156
WISCONSIN (WI)  U.S.
Can.
0.3290
0.1145
0.3290
0.1145
0.3290
0.1145
0.2260
0.0787
0.1970
0.0685
0.2470
0.0861
0.3290
0.1145
0.3290
0.1145
0.3290
0.1145
0.3290
0.1145
0.3290
0.1145
0.3290
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UCR
Unified Carrier Registration for trucks with an Indiana DOT Number
UCR Fees for trucks and sem-tractors with a Florida DOT Number
Annual Fee Structure
Fee $ Number of trucks
$76 1 - 2
$227 3 - 5
$452 6 - 20
$1,576 21 - 100
$7,511 101 - 1,000
$73,346 1,001 +

UCR is a tax placed on individual truck and semi-tractor owners and companies with trucks and semi-tractors that have been issued a DOT number showing they are an Interstate operation. There are eight states that do not participate in the UCR system including Florida. Truck and tractor owners based in these non-participating states that have been issued a DOT number showing they are an interstate operation are still required to register for the annual UCR tax. Failure to register for UCR often results in heavy fines, most around $400.  Call us at (765) 742-2610 to register your Florida DOT Number trucks / tractors with UCR.   
Participating & Non-Participating UCR States
UCR Fee Table for Florida DOT Number owners of trucks and semi-tractors
Alabama Participating Sate
Arizona Non-participating state - need to register in another state
Arkansas Participating Sate
California Participating Sate
Colorado Participating Sate
Connecticut Participating Sate
Delaware Participating Sate
Florida Non-participating state - need to register in another state
Georgia Participating Sate
Idaho Participating Sate
Illinois Participating Sate
Indiana Participating Sate
Iowa Participating Sate
Kansas Participating Sate
Kentucky Participating Sate
Louisiana Participating Sate
Maine Participating Sate
Maryland Non-participating state - need to register in another state
Massachusetts Participating Sate
Michigan Participating Sate
Minnesota Participating Sate
Mississippi Participating Sate
Missouri Participating Sate
Montana Participating Sate
Nebraska Participating Sate
Nevada Non-participating state - need to register in another state
New Hampshire Participating Sate
New Jersey Non-participating state - need to register in another state
New Mexico Participating Sate
New York Participating Sate
North Carolina Participating Sate
North Dakota Participating Sate
Ohio Participating Sate
Oklahoma Participating Sate
Oregon Non-participating state - need to register in another state
Pennsylvania Participating Sate
Rhode Island Participating Sate
South Carolina Participating Sate
South Dakota Participating Sate
Tennessee Participating Sate
Texas Participating Sate
Utah Participating Sate
Vermont Non-participating state - need to register in another state
Virginia Participating Sate
Washington Participating Sate
West Virginia Participating Sate
Wisconsin Participating Sate
Wyoming Non-participating state - need to register in another state

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