Md. MVA must have current owner info before IRP registration
Per a recent MVA Bulletin to all Maryland dealers the Maryland Motor Carrier Division will require immediate submission of vehicle transactions that will need apportioned registration under the International Registration Program (IRP). This is effective October 21, 2015.
The Motor Carrier Division cannot process apportioned registration unless the Motor Vehicle Administrationês titling database has been updated with the current owner.
A qualified vehicle traveling outside of Maryland must have an apportioned temporary plate and cannot operate on a Maryland temporary or base plate. A qualifying vehicle travels in Maryland and other IRP jurisdictions and is used to transport persons for hire or used primarily to transport property. It also has certain weight and axle requirements.
Click here for MVAês Bulletin to Maryland dealers of Oct. 6 and direct questions to email@example.com.Download Bulletin PDF