The International Registration Plan is a registration reciprocity agreement among states of the United States, the District of Columbia and provinces of Canada providing for payment of license fees on the basis of fleet distance operated in various jurisdictions.
Under the provisions of the IRP, motor carriers can operate on an inter-jurisdictional basis in any IRP member jurisdiction displayed on the cab card, provided they have obtained proper operating authority.
In an effort to provide increased efficiency to the Plan and to offer new services to member jurisdictions, the AAMVA Board of Directors voted to incorporate the Plan in 1993. International Registration Plan, Inc. (IRP, Inc.) was established in August 1994.
IRP, Inc. Mission Statement
To serve as the repository of the International Registration Plan, improve Plan compliance and serve as a catalyst for positive, effective change with respect to commercial motor vehicle issues.
- Excellence Commitment
- Fair and equitable solutions
- Ethical behavior
- Responsible financial steward
- Collaboration for mutual success
- Driving change
- Integrated transportation and development