THIS BLOG IS USED FOR ANNOUNCEMENT OF CLASSES BY ANYONE THAT IS A CERTIFIED INSTRUCTOR IN ANY STATE THAT OFFERS A PEVO CERTIFICATION CLASS. IT IS ALSO TO BE USED TO UPDATE THE INDUSTRY CHANGES THAT ARE TAKING PLACE. PLEASE INCLUDE A LINK TO YOUR SOURCE OF INFORMATION SO THAT WE CAN ELIMININATE RUMOR AND GET THE FACTS.
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THIS INFORMATION HAS BEEN COPIED FROM AN EMAIL SENT BY SOUTH DAKOTA
Pilot Car Services
Pilot car services can be taxable services in South Dakota. The purchase of a pilot car to notify oncoming traffic of over-width loads, slow moving vehicles, or other traffic hazards are subject to sales tax. The service remains taxable regardless of where the service ends if the origin of the trip is in South Dakota. Pilot car services which originate in another state but pass through or end in South Dakota are not subject to South Dakota sales tax.
Example: A pilot car is hired to lead an over-sized load from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to Denver, Colorado. South Dakota state sales tax plus Sioux Falls municipal sales tax apply because the origin of the trip is in South Dakota.
Pilot car services are often purchased by highway contractors to lead motorists through construction zones. These services are exempt when the prime contractor of the project provides a Prime Contractors’ Exemption Certificate to the service provider. Without the exemption certificate the services are subject to the contractors’ excise tax.
For more information about the tax-ability of pilot car services you can call toll free 800-829-9188
Our website to apply for a sales tax license is www.state.sd.us/taxapp.
Toll free: 1-800-829-9188
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THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA HAS PUBLISHED NEW REQUIREMENTS IN EQUIPMENT AND INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS. YOU NOW NEED 2- 24INCH STOP/SLOW PADDLES EFFECTIVE JULY 11,2011 AND YOU MUST HAVE NEW UINSURANCE REQUIREMENT IN 2012. I HAVE INCLUDED A LINK FOR YOU TO VERIFY THIS INFORMATION. http://clgt.okstate.edu/escort.htm
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Certified Escort Vehicle Program
Georgia Department of Transportation will recognize escort vehicle operator certifications from other states whose programs meet or exceed the objectives of the Georgia program for operators that currently have a valid out-of-state driver’s license and certification. The programs accepted include the following states: Washington, Oregon, Utah, and Arizona. The Georgia program reciprocates with the following recognized states: North Carolina, Florida, and Oklahoma.Training Certification
THE ABOVE STAEMENT IS REPRINTED FROM THE GEORGIA DOT WEBSITE A LINK TO THAT SITE FOLLOWS
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