Pay for an International Fuel Tax Agreement Licence, decals and other fees.
Letter of Authority
Have someone represent your carrier or speak on behalf of your carrier about your IFTA application.
Covers eligibility requirements to register under the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA), licensing, reporting and compliance.
Information for interjurisdictional carriers on how to find IFTA tax rates by jurisdiction.
Interjurisdictional carriers that no longer maintain pro-rated plates or stop operating their business outside Nova Scotia need to use the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) Request to Cancel Licence Form to cancel their IFTA Licence.
Interjurisdictional carriers registered in Nova Scotia need to complete a change form any time their carrier information changes.
Interjurisdictional carriers registered in Nova Scotia need to submit the IFTA Quarterly Tax Report.
Information for interjurisdictional carriers who operate in Nova Scotia on how to comply with IFTA.
Information for fuel and tobacco retailers and wholesalers, some groups of fuel consumers and interjurisdictional carriers.
Information for fuel wholesalers and retailers, consumers and interjurisdictional carriers operating in Nova Scotia.
Information for interjurisdictional carriers licensed in Nova Scotia under the IFTA Program.
Information for interjurisdictional carriers licensed in Nova Scotia under the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA).
Apply for a set of International Fuel Tax Agreement decals for each registered vehicle.
Nova Scotia-based carriers operating motor vehicles in multiple jurisdictions need an IFTA Licence.
Apply for replacement IFTA decals if your decals have been lost, damaged, stolen or if they’re defective.
A carrier needs a Single Trip Permit to enter Nova Scotia and operate a qualified vehicle not registered under IFTA.