First Time IRP

Register your first-time IRP account

To register your IRP (International Registration Plan) account for the first time, you will need to provide the following information:

  1. Copy of the Articles of Incorporation for your company
  2. Copy of your CDL (Commercial Driver's License) or driver CDL if you don't have a valid CDL, along with a copy of your driver's license
  3. Social Security Number and/or Employee Identification Number
  4. Proof of ownership, such as the Title, ST-556 Form, Bill of Sale, or invoice issued by a licensed dealer
  5. Information about your prospective employer, including their name, address, phone number, Safety Carrier DOT #, and Safety Carrier TIN #
  6. Proof of address using any four of the following documents (not older than 60 days): utility bills, lease agreement, car or truck insurance (certificate, declaration page, or bill)

If you want to add additional units to your registration, you will also need:

  1. Copy of your current IRP registration for the trucks you already have registered
  2. Proof of ownership for the additional units (Title, ST-556 Form, Bill of Sale, or Invoice from a licensed dealer)
  3. Heavy Highway Use Tax (HUT 2290) Form if the vehicle was purchased more than 60 days ago
  4. Unit number
  5. Safety Carrier DOT #

For transfers, you will need:

  1. Copy of the registration you are transferring from
  2. Proof of ownership for the new truck (Title, ST-556 Form, Bill of Sale, or invoice from a licensed dealer)
  3. Heavy Highway Use Tax (HUT 2290) Form if the vehicle was purchased more than 60 days ago
  4. Unit number for the new truck
  5. Safety Carrier DOT # and Safety Carrier TIN #

By providing the required information and documents, you can successfully register your IRP account, add additional units, or transfer your registration.

Related USDOT Services

Broker Authority

Broker authority allows individuals, partnerships, or corporations to arrange goods transportation using an authorized Motor Carrier (MC) Number.

DOT New Entrant Safety Audit

New carriers must pass Safety Audit within 12 months of operation.

Conectticut permit

Ensure compliance with Connecticut regulations by obtaining necessary truck permits.