Truck Stops:

The truck stops began in the 1940s to meet the fuel requirements for the truckers moving interstate. Truck Stops began services to energize truckers after a long tired haul quickly. Truckers can refuel their trucks and energize them by finding a vast array of amenities under a truck stop. Truckers can have a brief vacation along with good food, lounges, enjoy movie theatres, can also pamper their trucks and more.

If you are a trucker and have also planned miles to travel in Maryland, you can find truck stops using the
below links:

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City Street Address Days/Hours of Service Telephone
Maryland IRS Contact Information 31 Hopkins Plaza.
MD 21201
Monday-Friday - 8.30 AM - 4.30 PM
Services Provided
Contact Information:
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DMV Contact Information Mailing Address Local Phone Number
Maryland Department of Transportation
Motor Vehicle Administration
15 Metropolitan Grove Road Gaithersburg, MD 20878

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Maryland Trucking Information


International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) is an agreement signed between the U.S states and Canadian provinces to simplify the interstate carrier’s fuel tax reporting who operates their qualified vehicle in more than two IFTA jurisdictions. See the below links to identify further information about IFTA,


The International Registration Plan (IRP) is a registration reciprocity agreement signed between the U.S states, the District of Columbia and Canada Provinces which provides the apportioned payments of the registration fees, based on the total distance operated in all the jurisdictions. Motor carriers must register in their base jurisdiction for the IRP plates to operate in multiple states or provinces. See the below links to know
further on IRP,


Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) requires any individual or business who are interstate commercial motor vehicle operators to get registered with an operating member jurisdiction and pay the annual fees based on their fleet size. See the below link for added information on UCR,


Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is a United States Department of Transportation agency that controls the United State's trucking industry. The primary purpose of the FMCSA is to decrease the large trucks and buses involved crashes, injuries, and fatalities. See the below link for added information on FMCSA,

Temp Trip Permits:

OS/OW Permits: