DESCRIPTIONS OF CHANGES AND/OR CORRECTIONS
Adding a Vehicle – A registrant may submit an IRP application to the Bureau of Commercial Vehicle and Driver Services requesting additional vehicles be added to an apportioned fleet. Vehicles added to an apportioned fleet must have a Florida title (or evidence that a Florida title has been applied for), proof of insurance, copy of lease agreement (if applicable), and evidence of payment of heavy vehicle use tax (Federal Internal Revenue Service Form 2290), and the DOT number and TIN of the motor carrier responsible for the safety of the vehicle. If the vehicle is titled out of state, a letter from the lien holder stating there is an outstanding lien on the title is required, unless the vehicle is leased then a copy of the lease will be accepted. A vehicle identification number (VIN) verification form (HSMV 82042) is also required on all out-of-state titled vehicles. The Bureau will not issue the apportioned registration without proper documentation. Increasing the Weight of a Vehicle – A registrant may increase the weight of a vehicle at any time throughout the registration year. We will calculate fees from the date of the increase. Complete and submit Schedule A of the IRP application. Transferring a Plate from One Vehicle to Another – IRP plates may be transferred from one vehicle to another vehicle providing the new vehicle is registered in the same registrant’s name. If the new vehicle is of a heavier weight class, you will be billed for the
difference. No credit will be given if the
Not every IRP state allows for
vehicle is of a the transfer of
lighter weight. registration fees.
may charge a full registration fee for the transfer. Complete and submit Schedule A of the IRP application and attach the cab card from the deleted vehicle. Transferring Vehicles Between Fleets – Florida allows fleet-to-fleet transfers. Complete and submit Schedule A of the IRP application. You must already have an active fleet to transfer the unit to. Change in Type of Operation – To change your type of operation, complete Schedule A, and possibly Schedule B, if there will be a change in the jurisdiction/weight information for the new operation. You can only change from a private to for-hire carrier at renewal time. Administrative Corrections – Administrative corrections are items such as correcting inaccurately entered vehicle identification numbers, title numbers, misspelled names, addresses, etc., on cab cards. Complete and submit the IRP application, Schedule A, and possibly Schedule B, if there is a jurisdiction/weight correction necessary.
Replacing a Lost or Stolen Cab Card – To replace a lost, stolen, or destroyed IRP cab
card, submit the following: 1) Application to Replace an Apportioned License Plate and/or Cab Card (Florida Form
HSMV 85100), and 2) Current replacement fees plus mail fees if requested through the mail.
Replacing a Lost or Stolen License Plate – To replace a lost, stolen or destroyed IRP license plate, the following must be submitted:
Application to Replace an Apportioned License Plate and/or Cab Card (Florida Form HSMV 85100); and the case # assigned by the Police Department or Sheriff’s Office (there is NO replacement fee for a stolen license plate, if the case # is submitted); or
Application to Replace an Apportioned License Plate and/or Cab Card (Florida Form HSMV 85100); and the replacement fee, including the mail fee, indicated on the application.
Application to Replace an Apportioned License Plate and/or Cab Card (Florida Form HSMV 85100) to Correct/Change DOT number and person in charge of safety and, the correction fee, including the mail fee, indicated on the application.