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International Registration Plan (IRP) Notice
Effective July 1, 2019, the International Registration Plan (IRP) program made a full transition from external over-the-counter IRP Processing Centers, to a centralized BMV IRP Unit, by offering an updated online IRP system. The changeover was necessary as the BMV’s long-time full-service IRP vendor, Conduent, no longer offered such services.
Full IRP services are offered online at www.ohcors.com. The state is offering limited IRP services at eight pilot Deputy Registrar (DR) locations:
Due to the implementation of the new system and the large volume of interest in it, the IRP phone lines are busy and the BMV IRP office is requesting your patience and consideration during this transition period. Customers who do not have an immediate need to use IRP services are encouraged to wait until closer to their renewal date.
Questions, concerns, or comments may be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 800-IRP-0007 or 614-777-8400.
The International Registration Plan (IRP) is an agreement among 48 states (jurisdictions), 10 Canadian provinces and the District of Columbia whereby a motor carrier can register commercial vehicle fleets for travel in all IRP jurisdictions by filing paperwork with the home (base) jurisdiction. IRP registration is not mandatory.
IRP is a program for licensing commercial trucks, trailers and buses traveling in Ohio and at least one additional IRP jurisdiction. The commercial vehicle qualifies for IRP if it is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property and has one of the following:
Qualified commercial vehicles are registered as apportioned vehicles.
For more information about IRP Registration Requirements download the IRP Carrier Manual, or go to the FAQ page.
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