In an office void of windows sits Bryan, the IFTA auditor, searching for his next victim. He slowly scrolls down the list, staring intently for the perfect IFTA account that will satisfy his need to instill blood curdling fear into the unsuspecting filers. When he reaches the account of Steve A. Wesome, the light bulbs blow out and the dimly lit computer screen puts an eerie glow on his face as he leans back and nods his head saying, “I have found him.”
One week later...
-Copy of the monthly or quarterly summary
-Copy of an actual Over-the-Road fuel receipt
-Completed copy of a bulk fuel withdrawal log
-Driver’s signature and/or name
-Vehicle fleet number
-Unit number or vehicle identification number
-Miles/kilometers by jurisdiction
-Total trip miles
-Route of travel and/or beginning and ending odometer reading of the trip
-Trip origin and destination-Completed copy of a driver trip record or trip sheet from one of the 12 most recent quarters.
Bryan: This is Bryan, how can I help you?
Michelle: Hi Bryan, I received a letter saying I was selected for an IFTA audit and I already spoke with Stacey from your department to ask a few questions, but she said I needed to make the appointment with you.
Bryan: Yes, I will be conducting the audit and would like to schedule the appointment as soon as possible. I have an opening on October 30th at 10:00 am.
Michelle: That will work.
Bryan: Bring all your paperwork and documentation with you and there is a checklist of information included in the letter you received.
Michelle: Ok, thank you.
Bryan: Have a nice day. -click-