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New Mexico Weight Distance Tax (WDT)

New Mexico Weight Distance Tax Permit is a requirement from owners, operators, and registrants, of interstate and intrastate commercial vehicles, when traveling through and operating in New Mexico.

Regardless of having an IFTA license, owners must declare their vehicle if a gross weight or gross vehicle weight is 26,000 pounds or greater. The tax is based at a rate determined by the weight of the vehicle and miles traveled on New Mexico Highways. Any registrar is under a requirement to renew their permit annually. An entity subject to the weight-distance tax permit (WDT) is under a requirement to file a New Mexico weight distance tax return on a quarterly basis. There is a requirement to pay the tax due to the MVD.

Please note, the fee per truck includes the filing fee

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