Sky Transport Solutions will make it quick and simple to obtain your GA IRP apportioned plate(s), saving you both time and money.
Often the question of: how are registration and apportioned fees collected, gets posed to our staff here at Sky Transport Solutions.
The quick answer is.
All jurisdictions (US states or Canadian provinces) have decided to give permission to 1 member-jurisdiction to collect the registration fees, apportioned fees, for each member-jurisdiction at one time. The collected fees are then divided among the other IRP member jurisdictions according to:
- Percentage of mileage the truck traveled in each jurisdiction;
- Truck identification information; and,
- Maximum weight of truck.
The staff at Sky Transportation will file the fees when you as the trucker report your miles to our staff. We offer personalized 24/7 staffed support,
Send us your Telephone Number and we will contact you and explain everything about Georgia IRP plates.
You will also need the following supporting documents:
- Georgia Title (If out-of-state title must fill out Form T-17)
- Copy of Form 2290 Schedule 1 for any vehicle 55,000 lbs or more
- Copy of Driver License
- Valid Liability Insurance
- MCS-150 (From Carrier)
- Employment Lease/Contract if not under own authority
- Acceptable proofs of established residency & Established Place of Business
- Drivers License
- Business License
- Certificate of Incorporation
- Voter Registration with Matching Drivers License
- Utility or phone bill less than 30 days old
- Mortgage Statement
- Occupational License
- County Property Tax Assessment
What do I as the truck driver maintain in my trip report?
- Odometer Start
- Odometer End/Exit
- Miles Per State
- Route of Travel
Our staff will walk you through proper Vehicle Mileage Report Procedures.