To allow the operation of vehicles both interstate and intrastate, utilizing one registration plate and cab card.
A vehicle used in two or more member jurisdictions that is:
To give a very simplified example of how license apportionment works, we'll take an 80,000 lb. tractor/trailer based in Pennsylvania that travels Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and Tennessee. The total mileage for the tractor/trailer was 100,000 with exactly 25,000 miles in each jurisdiction. Under the apportioned registration, the license fees are computed as follows:
Mileage percentages for IRP jurisdictions added after the original current registration year percentages have been established are computed by:
After the original application is filed and a vehicle is to be removed from a fleet, the license plate and fees can be transferred to another vehicle. The original vehicle's cab card must be surrendered and a new cab card will be issued. If the replacement vehicle is of a greater gross weight the difference in fees must be paid.
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