.05 Trip Permits.
A. A motor carrier may obtain a trip permit for an unregistered commercial motor vehicle from either the Field Enforcement Bureau or one of its duly authorized trip permit agents.
B. Registered and unregistered motor carriers may obtain a trip permit for an unregistered commercial motor vehicle, provided that the request for the trip permit includes:
(1) Name, address, federal identification number or Social Security number of the motor carrier; and
(2) Make, serial number, and state in which the vehicle is licensed.
C. Trip permits are valid for 15 consecutive days beginning and ending on the dates specified on the face of the trip permit.
D. Trip permits shall be carried in the cab of the vehicle whenever the vehicle is in the State, and they are not transferable between motor carriers or between vehicles.
E. A trip permit may not be issued to any licensee who is currently suspended or revoked in any IFTA jurisdiction.