Do I need to register for IFTA in New Hampshire?
The state of New Hampshire considers an IFTA qualified motor vehicle as one that is designed, used, or maintained for the transportation of persons or property that have:
- Two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight exceeding 26,000 pounds or 11,797 kilograms; or
- Having three or more axles regardless of weight; or used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 pounds, or 11,797 kilograms gross vehicle or registered gross vehicle weight.
The state of New Hampshire does not include recreational vehicles in the IFTA tax unless they are used in conjunction with any business endeavor. Recreational vehicles include motor homes, pickup trucks with attached campers and buses when used exclusively for personal pleasure by an individual.
How do I apply for an IFTA license in New Hampshire?
Contact New Hampshire to complete the IFTA and submit it to the NH-Dept of Safety-Road Toll Bureau.
What fees does New Hampshire associate with IFTA?
New Hampshire charges a $10 fee for each set of decals. You will need one set per qualified vehicle.
What IFTA credentials will New Hampshire give me?
New Hampshire will provide you with one IFTA license and a set of decals. A photocopy of the original license must be maintained in the cab of each one of your qualified motor vehicles. The original license should be kept at your business address in a safe place. Your New Hampshire IFTA license is valid for the calendar year January 1 through December 31.
Do I file a quarterly fuel tax report if I didn't run during the quarter?
Yes, the state of New Hampshire still requires you to submit a "zero" report even if no fuel or IFTA mileage was traveled in that quarter.
What is the penalty and interest rate for filing a late quarterly fuel tax report in New Hampshire?
New Hampshire charges a late penalty of $50 or 10% of the net tax due, whichever is greater. Interest is computed on overdue taxes in each jurisdiction at a rate of .4167% per month. Even if you are due a net refund, interest still applies to each jurisdiction for any underpayment of fuels use tax to that jurisdiction. This interest is calculated from the day after the IFTA quarterly due date for each month, or fraction of a month, until paid.
How do I obtain a New Hampshire IFTA return?
You can generate and print your New Hampshire IFTA returns easily at ExpressIFTA. As of the first IFTA quarter of 201, the New Hampshire DMV has stopped mailing copies of the quarterly IFTA tax returns to New Hampshire’s IFTA licensees. All Nevada tax return due dates are listed on the Division’s webpage at www.nh.gov/.
Where can I get more information regarding IFTA in New Hampshire?
You can get more information by visiting the official Department of Safety website of the State of New Hampshire