Georgia Tax Guide Related to the Trucking Industry
Georgia is the 11th largest trucking industry in the country providing employment for nearly 50,000. Known as the "Peach State", Georgia's main activity is growing, packing and exporting of peaches and about 82,000 trucking companies are engaged for it.
Heavy Vehicle Use Tax also referred as HVUT is the fee collected annually. It is imposed on heavy vehicles that operate on public highways with gross weight equal to or exceeding 55,000 pounds.
IFTA is the International Fuel Tax Agreement and is a cooperative agreement among the 48 contiguous States and the 10 Canadian Provinces bordering the US, for use of motor fuels by qualified motor vehicles on the highways of more than one jurisdiction.
Find information about Georgia Oversize and Overweight Permits, as well as Temporary Trip and Fuel Permits.
Additional information and helpful links for Truckers in Georgia.