Q: What is IFTA?
A: Refer to the following link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Fuel_Tax_Agreement
Q: Do Zonar’s V3 series of GPS units comply with the IFTA’s Procedure manual (effective date January 1, 2017), section *P540 “Distance Records” sections .100, .200, and .300 and their subparts?
Q: Which Ground Traffic Control report provides IFTA-compliant data?
Q: Is there a Zonar certificate showing *P540 compliance?
A: IFTA has no *P540 certification requirements for section *P540, so there is no such certificate.
Q: Does Zonar claim to be compliant with the IFTA sections for information, forms, files, and transmittals? Specifically sections: *P710 General Guidelines, *P720 Required Information, and *P1040 Monthly Transmittals?
A: No, Zonar does not claim to be compliant with those sections.
Q: Does Zonar partner with anyone who could help us with who could help us with sections: *P710 General Guidelines, *P720 Required Information, and *P1040 Monthly Transmittals?
A: While Zonar does not perform fuel tax reporting directly. We offer the hardware, which produces data that meets the current standards for IFTA data collection. ITS and NECS are independent companies that provide fuel tax reporting services for Zonar customers. For more information about ITS and NECS, visit our Zonar partner page at: Zonar Resources (Safety and Compliance section).
Q: My customer is asking me about sections P500 and P600 of the IFTA Procedures Manual. These sections and their subparts deal with GPS hardware requirements and certifications, do we comply with them?
A: Your customer is looking at an obsolete version of the IFTA manual. Refer them to the latest version (1Jan2017): https://www.iftach.org/manuals/2017/PM/Procedures%20Manual%20Janaury%202017.pdf