HVUT

HVUT is Heavy Vehicle Use Tax, an excise tax assessed annually on heavy vehicles operating on public highways at registered gross weights equal to or exceeding 55,000 pounds.

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IFTA

IFTA is the international Fuel Tax Agreement and is a tax collection agreement by and among the 48 contiguous states and the 10 Canadian provinces bordering the US, in which motor fuel use taxation laws uniformly with respect to that agreement.

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Authority

Interested in opening your own transportation business? Obtain your own authority to participate in interstate commerce,which is defined as trade, traffic, or transportation involving either the vehicle, its passengers, or cargo crossing a state boundary.

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Permits

Find information here about oversize and overweight permits, as well as temporary trip and fuel permits.

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WELCOME TO Hawaii TRUCK TAX

Your one stop for information relating to the Trucking Industry!

The Aloha State, also known as Hawaii, is one of the smallest trucking states in the US, but don't let that fool you! The industry as a whole still plays a vital role in the economy and employs close to 10 percent of the state’s workers.

Hawaii has just over 4,400 miles of highway, and only 55 total miles of interstate, all in the island of Oahu. Despite its lack of major highways, trucks are still responsible for shipping the marjority of the state's essential goods.Read More

Registration

IRP, commonly referred to as Apportion, is a reciprocal agreement for registering vehicles that travel in two or more member jurisdictions.

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Resources

Find additional information and helpful links here.

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