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As of 2015, drivers qualify for International Fuel Tax Agreement licenses if they operate their qualified motor vehicles in at least two states in the United States or Canadian provinces that are members of the Internati... More »

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To complete the International Fuel Tax Agreement quarterly report, note by jurisdiction all miles traveled, the total taxable miles, the amount of taxable fuel purchased and the amount of taxable fuel consumed, according... More »

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States have different international fuel tax agreement tax rates, and quarterly state rate summaries are available online as of 2015, states the International Fuel Tax Association. The American-Canadian agreement permits... More »

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