This post will provide helpful insight to truckers who have questions or concerns pertaining to their IRP jurisdictions. The focus will be placed on the costs associated with the jurisdictions as well as adding or deleting jurisdictions on IRP cab cards. Before I continue, I want to mention that IRP jurisdictions consists of the contiguous U.S. and Canadian provinces.
Costs Associated With IRP Jurisdictions:
As a refresher, the purpose of IRP is to ensure that each state receives its fair share of registration revenue, from the truckers that are traveling through that jurisdiction. As a result, the term "apportioned" is used, so that the registration (IRP) funds are distributed accordingly. Please observe the following:
Adding or Deleting IRP Jurisdictions on Cab Cards:
While assisting truckers with their IRP accounts, I often come across some who want to add all 48 states on their cab cards, however only few only run all 48 states. Please be advised that while a trucker can add all 48 states and participating Canadian provinces; it is wise to give careful consideration as to whether it is necessary to add all 48 jurisdictions or not. It is cost effective to examine whether you need every jurisdiction or not. Please observe the following:
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