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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-02-2011, 12:44 AM Thread Starter
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IFTA

hey

can anyone explain to me the IFTA and how it all works?

im trying to search google... but im only finding application forms.

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-02-2011, 12:46 AM
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Pretty sure it means International Free Trade Agreement.

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Re: IFTA

Go here,International fuel tax agreement (IFTA), it's for Wisconsin, but pretty much says it all. Each state has their own sticker. I think it's from the state that the business is registered.

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Go here,International fuel tax agreement (IFTA), it's for Wisconsin, but pretty much says it all. Each state has their own sticker. I think it's from the state that the business is registered.
Guess I was wrong

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No, I think if you google it, what you said is one of the many IFTA acronyms.

I think what was wanted had to do with fuel.

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Re: IFTA

yeah

from what im understanding it.. you only have to pay 1 states fuel tax?

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I'm not sure. I know you pay your "home state", if you will. There likely is an owner/operator on here that could tell you, if they are truly independent, they buy their own, and would know. AbbottFarms just might know, I know he, for one, own his own trucks.

If you were to go here, Truckers Trucking Forum | Largest CDL Truck Driver Message Board - The Premiere Truck Driver Forum, and ask, I know you'll get the right answer.

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Re: IFTA

It's for fuel road use taxes for over the road truckers and you pay some fees and taxes based on how heavy your truck is registered for (starts at 52K#s).

Shouldn's apply to you and your pu in any way.

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Re: IFTA

If anyone knows about this stuff more in detail I'd appreciate reading about it.

I've got a buddy that's an owner and is getting hammered with taxes.

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Go to that drivers website I provided a link for, no one bites!

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