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Hurricane Irma Trucking Information Center

September 7, 2017

Written by Yesenia Carrillo

IRP, IFTA, and IRS are issuing emergency waivers, tax assistance and relief for carriers affected by Hurricane Irma. This page is updated frequently, check back for new updates.

  • Maryland, Maryland has revised the temporary waiver of IRP requirements for the areas affected by Hurricane Irma.
  • Texas, Texas has granted a temporary suspension of IRP requirements for vehicles providing disaster assistance to the states affected by Hurricane Irma.
  • Iowa, Iowa has granted a temporary waiver of IRP requirements for vehicles providing essential services or hauling emergency relief supplies due to Hurricane Irma.
  • North Carolina, North Carolina is terminating Executive Order No. 20 and amending Executive Order No. 21 in relation to Hurricane Irma and the transportation of emergency supplies.
  • Maryland, Maryland has granted a temporary waiver of IRP requirements for the purpose of ensuring emergency supplies reach areas affected by Hurricane Irma.
  • IRS, IRS provides special relief to encourage leave-based donation programs for victims of Hurricane and Tropical Storm Irma.
  • Florida, Florida has issued waivers for motor vehicles assisting with disaster relief due to Hurricane Irma.
  • Delaware, Delaware has granted a temporary waiver of IRP registration and IFTA requirements for vehicles providing essential services and emergency relief supplies as part of disaster relief due to Hurricane Irma.
  • Wisconsin, Wisconsin has temporarily waived certain federal and state regulations for interstate and intrastate carriers providing emergency relief and assistance relating to Hurricane Irma.
  • IRS, Retirement plans can make loans, hardship distributions to victims of Hurricane Irma.
  • IRS, Announcement 2017-13 provides relief to victims of Hurricane Irma.
  • Tennessee, Tennessee has granted a temporary suspension of IRP and IFTA requirements for any motor vehicles engaged in interstate disaster relief efforts or traveling through Tennessee as part of disaster relief for Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.
  • Indiana, Indiana has suspended the IRP and IFTA requirements for operators of commercial vehicles traveling through Indiana that are engaged in the disaster relief in Florida.
  • IRS, IRS gives tax relief to victims of Hurricane Irma; like Harvey, extension filers have until Jan. 31 to file; additional relief planned.
  • IRS, IRS waives diesel fuel penalty in Florida due to Hurricane Irma.
  • Georgia, Georgia has granted a temporary suspension of IRP and IFTA trip and fuel permits for vehicles providing direct assistance with hurricane relief efforts.
  • Arkansas, Arkansas has granted a temporary waiver of IRP registration and IFTA requirements for any motor vehicle traveling through Arkansas that is engaged in the disaster relief efforts due to Hurricane Irma.
  • Kentucky, Kentucky has granted a temporary waiver of IRP registration for those providing direct relief to the affected areas of Hurricane Irma.
  • Nebraska, Nebraska has granted a temporary waiver of requirements for those vehicles providing direct assistance with hurricane relief efforts.
  • Illinois, Illinois will grant exemptions from Illinois registration requirements for those vehicles responding to the Texas and Florida hurricane relief efforts.
  • Nevada, Nevada has granted a temporary waiver of IRP and IFTA trip and fuel permit requirements for those vehicles providing direct assistance with Hurricane Irma relief efforts
  • Alabama, Alabama has granted a temporary waiver of IRP registration and IFTA requirements for any motor vehicle engaged in the disaster relief efforts in the State of Florida traveling through Alabama.
  • Virginia, Virginia has granted a temporary waiver of IRP registration requirements for vehicles transporting emergency supplies and services for areas impacted by Hurricane Irma.
  • New Jersey, New Jersey has granted a temporary waiver of IRP registration and IFTA requirements for vehicles providing disaster relief to the states of Texas, Louisiana, and Florida.
  • North Carolina, North Carolina has issued temporary suspension of motor vehicle regulations to ensure restoration of utility services and transporting essentials.
  • Missouri, Missouri has granted a temporary waiver of IRP registration and IFTA requirements for vehicles providing essential services or hauling emergency relief supplies due to Hurricane Irma.

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