Newfoundland Labrador

Located in the easternmost province of Canada is Newfoundland and Labrador with a population of about 500,000 people. To obtain an IFTA license in this province you will need to submit an application to The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. You are also able to purchase a fuel tax permit that cost $150.00 per trip.


Requirements for IFTA Newfoundland Licensing


Under the International Fuel Tax Agreement, Newfoundland truckers are required to obtain an IFTA license or permit if they operate a qualified motor vehicle within Newfoundland and at least one other IFTA member jurisdiction.  If you are new to the trucking industry, you’ll need to know if your business and your vehicle qualify for a permit under the IFTA Newfoundland licensing guidelines.  

Newfoundland will be your base jurisdiction if all of your motor carrier operational controls and records are maintained and can be made available in this province.  Your vehicle must meet the following criteria if you wish to obtain an IFTA license:

  1. The vehicle is designed, maintained, and used for transporting persons or property among IFTA jurisdictions.
  2. The vehicle has two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered weight exceeding 26,000 pounds, or has three axles regardless of weight, or has a combination weight that exceeds 26,000 pounds.

According to, there are no vehicle exemptions allowed in Newfoundland.  Other jurisdictions allow exemptions for government-owned vehicles, recreational vehicles that are not associated with any business enterprise, and some buses.  More information about other exemptions can be found here.

When you receive your IFTA permit and IFTA decals, remember to keep a copy of the license inside each vehicle in your fleet.  You will also receive two decals for each vehicle you operate. Place one decal on each side of the cab’s exterior.

IFTA licensees are required to submit quarterly fuel use tax reports according to the due dates below:


IFTA Newfoundland Related Links and Forms

Related Links and Forms

Call: (709) 729-4834

Newfoundland Labrador IFTA Related Tax Links and Forms>


Renewing Your Newfoundland IFTA License


Your Newfoundland IFTA license is valid for one year only and expires on December 31st. If you want to avoid delays in receiving the renewal be sure to submit the IFTA sticker renewal application before November 30th.  You must also meet the following IFTA requirements before applying for a renewal:

  1. All outstanding taxes and penalties must be paid.
  2. Your 3rd quarter tax return is filed and paid.
  3. You have detailed records of mileage and fuel purchases that you’ve shown on your IFTA tax return.

The International Fuel Tax Agreement was created as a simplified process for fuel tax reporting.  But, it can still be intimidating for most people. If you’re like many other truckers, the IFTA requirements can leave you feeling a bit overwhelmed by paperwork and worried about meeting the deadlines on time.  You’ll be pleased to know that there is a way to get organized and save time and money too.


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