You must register your fleet apportionally if the fleet travels in Vermont and any other IRP jurisdictions and:
Save time by using our online service to obtain an IRP or IFTA permit or both. This service enables out-of-state carriers that are not apportion registered in Vermont or are not a member of IFTA to pay the fee for a 72-hour permit. You may print your permit immediately after payment is accepted.
The International Registration Plan (IRP) is a registration reciprocity agreement between all jurisdictions (except Alaska & Hawaii) of the United States and several Canadian provinces for payment of registration fees for highway transport vehicles. The fee is based on fleet distance operated in member jurisdictions.