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New Online Services

File and pay your Nevada IFTA tax return online! If you do not have an online IFTA account, contact MCTLC@dmv.nv.gov and we’ll sign you up.

We are also allowing limited access to our new Online IRP Registration System. Contact MCTLC@DMV.NV.GOV to see if you qualify. We will offer full access in the near future.

USDOT Number Changes

Pursuant to NRS 482.2912, all motor carriers must notify the department within 10 days when the USDOT number for the Motor Carrier Responsible for Safety (MCRS) has changed.  Complete the form below and send via email to mctlc@dmv.nv.gov or mail to the address on the form. If you are reporting IFTA under this USDOT, please include a copy of your lease or business agreement. 

Motor Carrier Responsible for Safety Update Request

USDOT Numbers required on all Intrastate Commercial Vehicles rated over 26,000 pounds

Complete FMCSA Application Process:

Permanent Trailer Plates

Nevada offers a permanent plate and registration for full and semi-trailers that are part of a fleet and registered through the Motor Carrier Division. The total fees for a permanent plate and registration are $115. The permanent registration is valid for as long as the company or person owns the trailer.

Qualifications to obtain a permanent trailer registration:

Permanent Trailer Plate

Existing plates can be switched. Contact us for details.

Farmers and Ranchers

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The Department now issues “FARM” plates to certain farm equipment and implements of husbandry. Please see the application and instructions below in order for the Department to process your request.

Temporary Trip Permit Requirements

Out of state commercial vehicles with a Combined Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of 10,001 pounds or more are required to get a temporary registration permit. All carriers are now required to get permits before entering Nevada.

Out of state commercial vehicles 10,000 pounds and under used in business in Nevada are required to obtain a Non-Resident Business Permit within 10 days of commencing operations. See Movement Permits.

Oversize and Overweight Permits

The Nevada Department of Transportation is your best source for current information and the latest route restrictions on your over-sized and overweight vehicle permits. See NDOT Permit Conditions and Restrictions.

Dyed Fuel Reminder

Using dyed fuel in a highway vehicle is strictly illegal! See the IRS Brochure.

Potential Fuel Tax Evasion Report

Do your part to make sure everyone pays their fair share. Report potential fuel tax evasion online or by calling the Motor Carrier Audit Team at (775) 684-4634.

UCR Registration

If you operate any truck or bus in interstate commerce, you must register with the federal Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) program. Nevada is a non-participating state and does not offer this service. However, Nevada-based carriers must comply with UCR. You must register with a participating state. Online registration is available at ucr.gov or see UCR Contacts.

SilverFlume

Silver Flume LogoSilverFlume - www.nvsilverflume.gov - is a valuable tool to start and expand businesses, guiding you through State Business Licensing, Workers’ Compensation, Taxation and much more.

The New Business Checklist can provide you a quick summary of which licenses you’ll need, estimated cost, and time to obtain licensing.

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Overlength/Overweight

With the passage of AB 320, beginning January 1, 2020 Nevada will increase the maximum gross weight for registration from 80,000 pounds (lbs.) to 129,000 lbs., eliminating the need for a separate overweight/over length permit for reducible loads. A separate longer combination permit is still required for a reducible load that is less than 80,001 lbs. but exceeds 70 feet in length. This permit will still cost $11.00 per permit and is transferable between vehicles.

As long as the declared weight at the time the vehicle is registered or renewed for calendar year 2020 is in excess of 80,000 lbs., such vehicle is “deemed permitted” to operate at any legal reducible combination within the registered weight class. Each vehicle being operated in excess of 80,000 lbs. must be registered at the maximum weight (up to 129,000 lbs.) the vehicle will be operated at in Nevada.

Nevada will no longer be allowing mid-year weight decreases. You may increase the weight throughout the registration year but only decrease the weight on your renewal packet. See the AB 320 Notice for more information.

Registration and Taxes

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International Registration Plan (IRP)

Use these forms for all IRP registrations, IFTA permits and non-apportioned registrations.
New carriers must register with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. See FMCSA Registration and the IRP and IFTA manuals.

Semi Truck

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Tax Rates, Conversion Rates and all other International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) information is available from the International Fuel Tax Association: iftach.org

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General Information

IFTA Tax Returns

File and pay your Nevada IFTA tax return online. If you do not have an online IFTA account, contact MCTLC@dmv.nv.gov.

Fuel Refunds

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See Commercial Licensing.