International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA)
The International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) is an agreement among states and Canadian provinces to simplify the reporting of fuel use taxes by interstate motor carriers. In California, IFTA is administered by the Motor Carrier Section of the Board of Equalization.
If you operate a diesel qualified motor vehicle between California and Mexico only, see our information on the Interstate User Diesel Fuel Tax (DI) License.
- Fuel Tax Rates
- IFTA Member Jurisdictions
- International Fuel Tax Association, Inc.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Penalty for Using Diesel in California without a Valid License or California Fuel Trip Permit
- eFile IFTA Tax
- A Guide to IFTA
- Introduction to IFTA
- Do You Need a California Fuel Permit or License
- IFTA eFile Guide
- Notice to IFTA Carriers
- Tax Rate Change for July 1, 2011
- The Board of Equalization is moving its Motor Carrier Section office to a new location