Motor carriers involved in the Automated Mileage and State Line Crossing Operational Test indicated that the automated reporting features tested have the potential to reduce International Fuel Tax Agreement and International Registration Plan reporting costs by 33 to 50 percent.
Made Public Date
09/21/2000
Identifier
2000-B00114
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Automated Mileage and State line Crossing Operation Test Part 1 - Evaluation Summary

Summary Information

Anecdotal evidence that fleet management provides benefits is continuing to accumulate. The Automated Mileage and State line Crossing Operational Test (AMASCOT) has generated significant interest from carriers, manufacturers, and regulators. Although the AMASCOT evaluation did not estimate cost savings during the operational phase, carriers involved in the test estimated a cost reduction potential of 33 percent to 50 percent for International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) and International Registration Plan (IRP) reporting.

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