Illinois License Services, Inc
800 Ravinia Pl 
Orland Park IL. 60462

(708) 675-1606

 

Truck LicensingIllinois License Services (ILS) offers many kinds of license services for Trucks, Automobiles and Equipments .
Automobiles Registration and plates;  IRP "Apportionment";  Illinois Base " z Plate";  Mileage Plates;  B plates; Trailers plates. Truck Registration fee schedule.

 

 

v  Automobile's Registration & Plates

Ø  Vehicle Registration

Ø   Stickers Renewal

Ø  Registration Replacement

Ø  License Plates & Placards

Ø   Vanity/Personalized Plates

Ø  Vehicle Title Processing Services

      v  Truck, straight trucks, truck tractors , trailers, Dump-truck, B-truck & buses Plates & Registrations.o    Apportioned (IRP) Plate    

for IRP check list click IRP check list click 
 

·       IRP New Applicant, Renewal, Transfer, Adding Jurisdiction, Re-Class and Replace ID or Plate , IRP Expedite service·       Special Hauling Permit·       Base Plate New, Renewal or Transfer ·       45 Day Temporary Permit·       Heavy Vehicle Use Tax, EIN Application to Heavy Vehicle Use Tax·       Application for IFTA Decals  MUFT-15 Fuel Tax Return (Short Form) / MUFT-15 (11 states or more)·       U.S. D.O.T. (authority holder) / U.S. D.O.T. (Registrant)  What is IRP? ·          


 
The International Registration Plan (IRP) is a registration reciprocity agreement among states of the United States and provinces of Canada providing for payment of license fees on the basis of total distance operated in all jurisdictions. ·             ·             What is an Apportioned (IRP) Registration? ·            Apportionment is required for vehicles operating in two or more International Registration Plan (IRP) member jurisdictions that have a combined gross weight of more than 26,000 pounds, including the weight of the vehicle and the maximum load, or is a power unit having three or more axles, regardless of weight. Commercial vehicles weighing less than 26,000 pounds operating intrastate in two or more jurisdictions must apportion.  


    Illinois (Base) Plate

o    Mileage Tax Truck and Truck TractorTrucks, truck tractors and trailers may be registered in Illinois under the Mileage Tax option to owners who operate such vehicles at a low number of miles. Mileage Tax Plate fees, based on limited mileage, are lower in cost than corresponding Flat Weight Tax plate fees. Vehicles registered with Mileage Tax plates cannot be operated out of state. This type of registration allows the applicant a guaranteed number of miles that may be driven for an established fee, along with a per mile cost if the guaranteed miles are exceeded. To be eligible for Mileage Tax plates, an applicant must file a $500 bond and a semi-annual mileage report with the Secretary of State’s office  "T" denotes a truck tractor plate.o B-truckB-truck license plates are issued to Second Division vehicles weighing 8,000 pounds or less. B-truck license plates have blue characters on a white background. B-truck plates were replated over the 12 registration months of 2003.If the van is designed and used for transporting 10 or fewer passengers and the area behind the driver and front passenger seats contains additional seats, the van may display passenger plates. If the van is designed and used for carrying or hauling freight or cargo and the area behind the driver and front passenger seats is entirely open (no additional seats), the van must display B-truck plates. 



o TA Trailer TA Trailer (3,000 pounds or less) A trailer is defined as "Every vehicle without motive power in operation, other than a pole trailer, designed for carrying persons or property and for being drawn by a motor vehicle and so constructed that no part of its weight rests upon the towing vehicle. One plate is issued to each trailer. TA trailer license plates have either all numerals or numerals with a two alpha suffix.



o Flat Weight Trailers



Flat Weight Trailers (3,001 pounds and over) A trailer is defined as "Every vehicle without motive power in operation, other than a pole trailer, designed for carrying persons or property, and for being drawn by a motor vehicle and so constructed that no part of its weight rests upon the towing vehicle. One plate is issued to each trailer. Flat weight trailers are issued plates with a two letter stacked suffix designating the vehicle’s specific weight classification.


o Flat Weight Trucks

Flat Weight Trucks (over 8000 pounds) truck is defined as "Every motor vehicle designed, used, or maintained primarily for the transportation of property .


o A truck tractor 

  A truck tractor is defined as "Every motor vehicle designed and used primarily for drawing other vehicles and not so constructed as to carry a load other than a part of the weight of the vehicle and load so drawn. Every truck tractor is issued one plate, which is displayed on the front of the vehicle. Trucks and truck tractors in weight classifications exceeding 8,000 pounds are issued plates with a one-letter suffix designating the vehicle’s specific weight classification. "T" denotes truck tractor plate.


o Recreational Vehicle  

 A recreational vehicle is defined as "Every camping trailer, motor home, mini-motor home, travel trailer, truck camper or van camper used primarily for recreational purposes and not used commercially nor owned by a commercial business. A motor home, mini-motor home, or van camper displaying Recreational Vehicle (RV) license plates must contain at least four of the following six equipment items: 1) a cooking facility with an on-board fuel source; 2) a gas or electric refrigerator; 3) a toilet with exterior evacuation; 4) a heating or air conditioning system with an on-board power or fuel source separate from the vehicle engine; 5) a drinkable water supply system that includes at least a sink, a faucet, and a water tank with a an exterior service supply connection; 6) a 110-15 volt electric power supply. If a van does not meet the RV equipment requirements, the applicant should purchase either passenger or B-truck license plates, depending on the design and use of the vehicle. 

  

Truck Registration Fee Schedule


 
Category 1st Quarter
July 1 -
Sept. 29
2nd Quarter
Sept. 30 -
Dec. 30
3rd Quarter
Dec. 31 -
Mar. 30
4th Quarter
Mar. 31 -
June 30
D (8,001-12,000) $158.00 $122.00 $85.00 $49.00
F (12,001-16,000) $277.00 $211.00 $145.00 $78.00
H (16,001-26,000) $561.00 $424.00 $286.00 $149.00
J (26,001-28,000) $721.00 $544.00 $366.00 $189.00
K (28,001-32,000) $963.00 $725.00 $488.00 $250.00
L (32,001-36,000) $1,123.00 $846.00 $568.00 $290.00
N (36,001-40,000) $1,375.00 $1,034.00 $693.00 $353.00
P (40,001-45,000) $1,590.00 $1,195.00 $801.00 $406.00
Q (45,001-50,000) $1,759.00 $1,322.00 $886.00 $449.00
R (50,001-54,999) $1,942.00 $1,460.00 $977.00 $494.00
S (55,000-59,500) * $2,093.00 $1,573.00 $1,053.00 $532.00
T (59,501-64,000) * $2,253.00 $1,693.00 $1,133.00 $572.00
V (64,001-73,280) * $2,624.00 $1,971.00 $1,318.00 $665.00
X (73,281-77,000) * $2,999.00 $2,252.00 $1,505.00 $759.00
Z (77,001-80,000) * $3,191.00 $2,396.00 $1,601.00 $807.00

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Vehicles 55,000 lbs. or more are required to show proof of payment of the federal heavy vehicle use tax.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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