IFTA Easy File

You can electronically file your EROAD IFTA report as your quarterly IFTA return if your base jurisdiction is in one of the following 12 US states: California, Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, or South Dakota.

Electronically Filing your IFTA fuel Return

  1. When a reporting period is complete, validate your records in MyEROAD.
  2. Correct or update your fuel records in MyEROAD if required.
  3. Go to TAX > IFTA tab you are ready to file your return.
  4. Click Generate IFTA Return.


  5. Enter your State Account Number (not applicable to Mississippi-based carriers).

California, Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, and South Dakota-based carriers:
   i. Enter your valid 10 digit State Account Number.

Missouri-based carriers:
   i. Enter your valid 9 digit State Account Number.
   ii. Enter your valid 2 digit Fleet Number.

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5. The file downloads to your computer.

6. Upload the file to the online system supported by your base jurisdiction.

That’s it, all done!

Refer to the following websites for further information per jurisdiction:   
  California Connecticut Delaware
  Kentucky Maine Maryland
  Michigan Minnesota
  Missouri New Hampshire South Dakota


DISCLAIMER: Each jurisdiction has its own set of rules (and exemptions) for filing an IFTA return.  EROAD suggests that the customer reviews the rules for filing an IFTA return with their relevant State organization prior to filing their IFTA return. Although EROAD has made every effort to ensure that the IFTA e-File CSV is accurate and compatible for the supported jurisdictions, EROAD is not responsible for the accuracy of the information or the success of the file upload. It remains the carrier’s responsibility to validate all records before filing their IFTA return. The miles travelled within the IFTA e-File CSV is calculated by EROAD’s in-vehicle EHUBO telematics product. EROAD relies on data supplied by the customer (via geofences) and third parties (who supply road type information) to calculate any IFTA Exempt Miles on their quarterly IFTA return. EROAD does not review the accuracy of this information and the information is supplied on an ‘as is’ basis. All fuel information contained in the report is obtained from transaction information supplied by the customer. If the customer does not record all fuel transactions in MyEROAD then the information provided will be incorrect.