NM WD Permit

New Mexico Weight Distance Tax (WDT) Permit is required from owners, operators and registrants of interstate and intrastate commercial vehicles having a declared gross weight or gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds or greater. The tax is based on mileage traveled on New Mexico highways at a rate determined by the weight of the vehicle. Every agency must register for a New Mexico Weight Distance Tax Permit each year. Companies must also register and apply for a New Mexico Weight Distance Tax Permit for each vehicle. DOT Control Authority has years of experience in doing paperwork for its customers who hold heavy vehicles. We are here to help you to obtain a Weight Distance Tax Permit in New Mexico. Pay attention to the due dates of this permit.

Heavy Vehicle Use Tax

All commercial vehicles weighing 55,000 pounds or more are subject to the federal Heavy Vehicle Use Tax (HVUT). Those subject to the HVUT must provide proof of filing at the time of vehicle registration by submitting an IRS stamped copy of a 2290 Form.

If you need to obtain New Mexico Weight Distance Tax Permit and you are looking for a trustful agency, DOT Control Authority is here to help. DOT Control Authority can help you with filing the 2290 Form as well. Our team consists of experts who know how to comply with customers’ needs and requirements!

IFTA in New Mexico

To obtain an IFTA License in New Mexico, you don’t have to do much paperwork when DOT Control Authority is helping you. We will help you get the license in a timely manner. Our team of experts will get your paperwork done on time and at affordable rates. Get the best deals and services at DOT Control Authority.

What is IFTA? IFTA is a multi-jurisdictional fuel tax agreement between the US states and Canadian provinces. It simplifies the reporting of fuel taxes by trucking and other companies with vehicles weighing more than 26,000 pounds. An operating carrier with IFTA receives an IFTA license and two decals for each qualifying vehicle it operates. The carrier files a quarterly fuel tax report. This report is used to determine the net tax or refund due and to redistribute taxes from collecting states to states that it is due.