Stay on top of federal regulations and generate accurate IFTA fuel reports with Track.Start using fuel reports ›
If any of your fleet drivers purchase fuel in various states while on the job, then it’s likely they need to get an IFTA license and submit fuel reports. For example, if a Missouri-based driver also purchases fuel in Iowa and Kansas, then they’ll need to submit IFTA reports in Missouri. The Missouri Department of Transportation then distributes fuel taxes to Iowa and Kansas as needed.
Read more about the International Fuel Tax Agreement and how to get an IFTA license here.
Manual data entry is a thing of the past. EquipmentShare Track automatically records all the data you need to create accurate IFTA fuel report:
Gallons of fuel purchased and used
Difference between the tax paid and tax required
State in which fuel was purchased
Taxes paid on the fuel
Fuel tax required
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