The IRP registrant and the IFTA licensee may be the vehicle owner or the vehicle operator. The requirement for acquiring IRP plates fora vehicle and IFTA license fora motor carrier is determined by the definitions from the IRP Plan and the IFTA for Qualified Vehicle and Qualified Motor Vehicle For purposes of IRP: A Qualified Vehicle is (except as provided below) any Power Unit that is used or intended for use in two or more Member Jurisdictions and that is used for the transportation of persons for hire or designed, used, or maintained primarily for the transportation of property, and i has two Axles and a gross Vehicle weight or registered gross Vehicle weight in ii excess of 26,000 pounds (11,793.401 kilograms, or iii has three or more Axles, regardless of weight, or iv is used in combination, when the gross Vehicle weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 pounds (11,793.401 kilograms. While similar, the Qualified Motor Vehicle in IFTA means a motor vehicle used, designed, or maintained for transportation of persons or property and 1) Having two axles and a gross vehicle weight or registered gross vehicle weight exceeding 26,000 pounds or 11,797 kilograms or 2) Is used in combination, when the weight of such combination exceeds 26,000 pounds or 11,797 kilograms gross vehicle or registered gross vehicle weight. Qualified Motor Vehicle does not include recreational vehicles. If the vehicle you operate is registered under IRP and you area motor carrier licensed under IFTA, then you are required to comply with the mandatory record keeping requirements for operating the vehicle. A universally accepted method of capturing this information is through the completion of an Individual Vehicle Distance Record (IVDR), sometimes times referred to as a Driver Trip Report. This document reflects the distance traveled and fuel purchased fora vehicle that operates interstate under apportioned (IRP) registration and IFTA fuel tax credentials. Although the actual format of the IVDR may vary, the information that is required for proper record keeping does not. In order to satisfy the requirements for Individual Vehicle Distance Records, these documents must include the following information Distance Per Article IV of the IRP Plan (i) Date of trip (starting and ending) ii) Trip origin and destination – City and State or Province iii) Routes) of travel iv) Beginning and ending odometer or hubometer reading of the trip v) Total distance traveled vi) In-Jurisdiction distance vii) Power unit number or vehicle identification number.