Truck Registration & Tax Conference
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Truck Registration & Tax Conference

Topics: IFTA, IRP and MNLARS: Presentations by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety staff regarding keeping your tractors and trailers registered and legal. Get your questions answered! Give input for the new vehicle registration program currently being developed.

 Export to Your Calendar 11/20/2019
When: Wednesday, November 20, 2019
09:00 AM to Noon
Where: MTA Office & Live Webinar
6160 Summit Drive N
Brooklyn Center, Minnesota  55430
United States
Contact: MTA

Online registration is available until: 11/20/2019
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2019 Truck Tax and Registration (IFTA/IRP) Conference

Overview: Proper credentials and timely data transmission are crucial to keeping the fleet moving.  Truck line staff and their third-party partners are challenged to process a myriad of transactions quickly and accurately.  This conference will help you identify service options, documentation, expertise and technology to get the job done right the first time.  Department of Public Safety – Driver and Vehicle Services staff will do a deep dive on all things IFTA, IRP, MNLARS and “hacks” that improve your performance.   

Audience: This conference is designed for all truck fleet and third-party staff engaged in the processing of applications, titles, taxes and fees associated with tractor and trailer rolling stock.


Minnesota Trucking Association

1st Floor Conference Room

6160 Summit Drive North

Brooklyn Center, MN 55430



9:00 a.m.      CMV Credentialing - Marge Noll, DVS/DPS\

9:45 a.m.      Audit Process - Melanie Hundt, DVS/DPS   

10:15 a.m.    Break

10:30 a.m.    FAST Motor Vehicle IRP IFTA System Demo - FAST staff

11:15 a.m.    MNLARS Update & Transition Plan – Anthony Anderson, DPS

11:30 a.m.     Q & A

Price:     FREE

Outcomes:    Attendees of the conference will gain a better understanding of:

The best service options for their transactions

Keys to successful on-line transactions

Proper documentation and its transmission

Fleet renewals, vehicle drops and vehicle additions

Efficient plate replacements and transfers

Complying with distance and fuel record keeping requirements

How to successfully pass an audit

Work-arounds until MNLARS successor is in place