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ARI Expands In-House Heavy-Duty Truck Licensing Capabilities

February 13, 2007

MT. LAUREL, NJ – Automotive Resources International (ARI) has expanded its in-house heavy-duty truck licensing capabilities, expediting the process and shouldering weighty jurisdictional regulations for companies with commercial vehicles that cross U.S. state lines or province boundaries in Canada.

Managing IFTA/IRP since 1994, ARI now handles all heavy-duty truck licensing requirements in-house, including data entry for trip and mileage reporting, quarterly tax filings, permitting, adding/deleting of units and replacement credentials, obtaining IFTA (International Fuel Tax Agreement) stickers, apportioned IRP (International Registration Plan) license plates, IRP licensing renewals and supplements, cab cards, and credentials. ARI also resolves compliance issues and prepares monthly or quarterly reports, trip sheets or GPS mileage records, audits, state fuel and mileage tax returns, and refund applications.

ARI’s licensing specialists are accredited among state agencies, some of which entrust ARI to hold and distribute plates and registrations directly to ARI clients, speeding up the turn-around time on licensing and replacement issues.

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