Complete IFTA Guide

The International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) is a system of agreements between the 48 continental United States and Canadian Provinces to share fuel tax among those regions. IFTA replaced a system where each state was separate and required permits and collection in each region.

Who is Required to file IFTA?

You are required to file IFTA returns if you meet the following criteria:

What do I need to keep track of for IFTA?

In order to file your IFTA return, each truck driver is required to keep records of two things:
  1. All fuel purchases from each region
  2. All miles travelled in each region

How do I calculate what I owe for IFTA?

In order to calculate your IFTA return, you will need to do the following:

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If you are looking for an easier way to do IFTA

You can use Rigbooks IFTA Report to automatically track your fuel purchases and miles per jurisdiction. Then simply run a report to see your automatically calculated totals for each IFTA jurisdiction.

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Historical IFTA Data

IFTA States / Jursdictions (US Only)

The following pages have historical rate information as well as further information for each state.

Quarterly IFTA Rates

The following pages have rate information for ALL states (jurisdictions) for each quarter listed.