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IFTA stands for the International Fuel Tax Agreement, of which the lower 48 states and 10 Canadian provinces are members. It is an agreement for the collection and distribution of fuel use tax revenues.

Keeping your fleet of vehicles and equipment legal and working toward your financial success takes knowledge of tax laws and state-specific rules & processes – plus the time and resources to do it right. Trucking companies, large and small, must file quarterly/annual state and federal reports.


TruckSpot will handle all your quarterly IFTA filings while you focus on driving and growing your business.  A TruckSpot fleet agent assigned to your business; small or large, will prepare and manage your Quarterly IFTA filings.

TruckSpot is a Third-Party Administrator/Consortium that provides Department of Transportation (DOT) screening, DOT compliance support, safety training, and pre-employment services to transportation and logistics companies throughout the United States.


Our goal is to support the transportation and logistics industry by partnering as a one-stop solution to large and small companies, including owner-operators in need of professional transportation compliance services required by the DOT/FMCSA.


Your 2290 form must be filed the month after a taxable vehicle is first used on public highways during the current period. The current period begins July 1 and ends June 30 of the following year. Form 2290 must be filed by the last day of the month following the first month of use. The filing rules apply whether you are paying the tax or reporting suspension of the tax. Annual filings of IRS Form 2290 are typically completed from July 1 through August 31.


If you have any vehicles over 55,000 pounds, are an owner-operator, or a fleet of thousands, a TruckSpot fleet agent can help with your 2290 filing.


A Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) filing is required for all interstate vehicles over 10,001 GVWR. The UCR Agreement is established by federal law in the UCR Act, which is part of the federal highway reauthorization bill known as the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act, A Legacy for Users (“SAFETEA-LU”), Public Law 109-59, enacted August 10, 2005. The UCR Act is sections 4301 through 4308 of SAFETEA-LU. In particular, the structure of the UCR Agreement is set forth in section 4305 of the UCR Act, which enacts §14504a as a new section in 49 USC.

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