INTERNATIONAL REGISTRATION PLAN - APPORTIONED LICENSE PLATES
In the International Registration Plan, a motor carrier purchases a single, apportioned license plate in their base state. The plate is honored by all states and Canadian provinces and is renewed annually. IRP fees are distributed based on the number of miles traveled in each state or province.
When do I need apportioned plates (IRP)?
You are required to have apportioned plates if you operate in two or more jurisdictions and your vehicle(s) meet one or more of the following requirements:
- the power unit licensing weight is 26,001 lbs., or heavier;
- the power unit has more than two axles regardless of licensed weight;
- the power unit is used in combination and the said combination is 26,001 lbs. or heavier; or
- the power unit performs commercial intrastate movements in another jurisdiction other than Missouri, regardless of licensed weight.
What forms and supporting documents are required to get an apportioned plate?
- Motor Carrier Application (See below)
- Secretary of State Corporation or Fictitious Name papers (if applicable)
- Title or validated titling receipt
- Lease agreement, if leased
- Heavy highway vehicle use tax receipt (IRS-form 2290) for power units being licensed at 55,000 lbs. or higher
- Missouri county personal property tax receipt or tax waiver for the current tax year
- Actual miles traveled in each jurisdiction, during current reporting period, with an apportioned plate regardless of the base jurisdiction.
Learn all you need to know about obtaining and maintaining required credentials AND how to save time and money using MoDOT Carrier Express to conduct your business with the State online. Click the MOTOR CARRIER RESOURCES tab at the top left of the page to enroll in upcoming classes.
72-HOUR PERMIT FOR IRP AND/OR IFTA (TRIP AND FUEL)
- Motor Carrier Application
- IRP Registration Form - Fillable form
- IRP Registration Form - Non-fillable
- Renewal Deadline Information
- Change or Addition of Company Contact Form
- General Affidavit Form
- IRP Surrender Apportioned Plate for Credit Form
- Close An IRP Apportioned Plate Account Form
- Affidavit Affirming No Missouri Miles
LINKS TO IRS HEAVY VEHICLE USE TAX TOPICS - Form 2290
A NOTE ABOUT TEMPORARY VEHICLE REGISTRATION DOCUMENTS
A TVR must now be requested BEFORE a supplement payment is complete.
To request a TVR:
- On the Add Vehicle page, in the Vehicle Details section, click the TVR checkbox. This will generate a TVR document for the single vehicle listed.
- To request a TVR for ALL new vehicles, check the TVR checkbox on the Billing Page. This generates TVR documents for all new vehicles added within the supplement.
USER GUIDE - ONLINE IRP FUNCTIONS USING MODOT CARRIER EXPRESS
- IRP User Guide - Entire Document
- Supplement continuance and IRP fleet renewal
- Add a vehicle
- Cab card correction
- Replace an apportioned license plate
- Inquiry into past transactions
- Reprint invoice, cab card and renewal
- Enterprise User Guide - Entire Document - Navigating the system & trip permits
- Navigating the credentialing system
- 72-Hour trip and fuel permits - No MCE Account
- 72-Hour trip and fuel permits - MCE account holders
- Customer account inquiry
- Payment transactions
- System credits
- System Credit Balances
ANNUAL IRP RENEWAL SCHEDULE
|Registration Period||File by||Pay by||Plate Expires|
|January 1- December 31||October 1||December 1||December 31|
|April 1 - March 31||January 1||March 1||
|July 1 - June 30||April 1||June 1||June 30|
|October 1 - September 30||August 1||September 1||September 30|
Late renewal application filing results in a penalty of $100. Late payment of fees results in a penalty of $50 per power unit, to a maximum of $150.
Applications for renewal must include:
- Reporting of actual miles traveled since the prior expiration date.
- Submission of a personal property tax receipt listing all vehicles
- Submission of a Heavy Vehicle Use Tax receipt - IRS 2290 Form
What records must I keep for operation and renewal purposes?
Carriers that operate using apportioned license plates must follow strict Recordkeeping Requirements. Click the link for details.
How to know if an ELD complies with IFTA/IRP distance reporting