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Submit supplements online for fleet renewals, new vehicle additions, registration transfers and more.
Pay IRP invoices online using e-check or a credit card.
Beginning July 1, 2019, IRP transaction processing will move from IRP processing centers to centralized BMV processing, which includes the ability to renew IRP fleet registrations and make IRP invoice payments at eight local deputy registrar license agencies throughout Ohio. Additionally, there will be an updated internet-based self-service IRP system supported by a new IRP customer service and help desk unit at BMV headquarters.
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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