100 years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence, when Colorado became a state of the United States in the year 1876, it was nicknamed as “The Centennial State”. The Centennial State has about 17,000 trucking companies located in Colorado paying $5 billion as wages with one out of every 20 workers in trucking-related businesses. (Refer a report in Nov 2017 of the Colorado Motor Carriers Association to learn more)
Find here the Colorado IFTA, HVUT, permits and more information related to the trucking industry.
If you have a heavy vehicle operating on public highways, with registered gross weight equal to or exceeding 55,000 pounds, you need to pay a tax annually called the Heavy Vehicle Use Tax (HVUT) proportional to the weight. This tax is reported and paid with Form 2290Read More
Colorado is participating in International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA). IFTA is the International Fuel Tax Agreement and is a tax collection agreement among the 48 contiguous States and the 10 Canadian Provinces bordering the US, which simplifies the fuel tax reporting of motor carriers that operate in more than one jurisdiction.Read More
Know more about Colorado Oversize and Overweight Permits, as well as Temporary Trip and Fuel Permits information.Read More
TruckLogics app is for managing trucking business for owner-operators, lease operators and fleet managers. The app supports you to track in real time loads and drivers, and the associated expenses for managing dispatches. To take care of ranges without a signal, the app will continue to track loads, drivers and associated expenses in the mobile device when offline and would automatically synchronize when online for managing dispatches. The app is offered for registered users of TruckLogics at no extra cost.