A vehicle conducting commercial business that leaves New Hampshire and travels to other jurisdictions is considered an Apportioned Vehicle:
The jurisdiction where an IRP vehicle is registered.
Fees will vary depending upon the weight of the vehicle, jurisdictions traveled, etc. Fees are determined by multiplying the percentage of miles traveled in each IRP jurisdiction in which the registrant is apportioned, by each jurisdiction's registration fees.
For additional assistance in calculating fees, please visit IRP, Inc.
Payment types accepted:
The following forms may be obtained at the DMV, Concord, or at any DMV office.
Yes. Please visit our Vanity Plate section for more information.
Yes, if the newly purchased vehicle is registered in the same name as the previously registered vehicle.
A trip permit:
A hunter's permit is valid for 20 days and enables a carrier to travel in all jurisdictions for the purpose of finding a job. This type of permit is issued to owner-operators who terminate a lease and who must surrender the apportioned license plate and cab card to the lessor.
The difference is:
For more information regarding IFTA, please contact the Department of Safety, Bureau of Road Toll.
The Federal Heavy Vehicle Use Tax (HVUT) (Form 2290) is assessed on vehicles weighing 55,000 lbs. or more. This tax must be paid to the IRS before registering and proof of payment is required at the time of registration. The following are acceptable to show of proof of payment:
Electronic filing. Electronic filing is required for each return reporting twenty-five (25) or more vehicles that the taxpayer files during the tax period. However, all taxpayers are encouraged to file electronically. File Form 2290 electronically through a provider participating in the IRS e-file program for excise taxes. Once your return is accepted by the IRS, your stamped Schedule 1 can be available in as little as 24 hours. For more information on e-file, visit www.irs.gov and search "2290 e-file".
Proof of payment is not required when registering new or used vehicles within thirty (30) days of the date shown on the bill of sale. Contact IRS for more information.
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Yes, a commercial vehicle with a GVW in excess of 10,000 pounds, if leaving the base jurisdiction. Contact the US DOT at 800-832-5660.
Please note: Tthe process for overweight certification in new Hampshire has changed. State Police and other authorized agents are no longer required to physically inspect the vehicle or trailer in order to obtain an overweight certification.
Form RDMV105 (Application for Certification for Additional Truck Weights) must be completed by the applicant and manufacturer (when applicable). If there is no manufacturer or representative located in the State of New Hampshire, form RDMV105 along with the manufacturer's line sheet for the vehicle or trailer must be submitted. Form RDMV105 may be obtained at the DMV Concord office, or at any Registration office.
Once this form is completed in its entirety, you may bring it to any DMV Registration office along with the proper fee for completion.
An annual overweight fee of $105.00 along with the registration fees incurred for the increase from the legal weight to the certified weight must be paid. There is no additional charge for trailers certified in a tractor-trailer combination.
Decal Placement: At the completion of the certification process, the DMV will issue a decal. The decal indicates the truck's certification for weight increase.
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