Fuel Distributors are required to report all imports into, exports leaving, and disbursements within the state of Colorado that are not within the bulk transfer system. Loads that are diverted into or out of Colorado are required to be reported in FuelTrac within 24 hours. These loads should also be reported as an Imports or Exports on your Fuel Excise Tax return (DR 7050).
Common or Contract Carriers are required to report all imports into, exports leaving, and disbursements within the state of Colorado. All deliveries which are diverted from the bill of lading or manifest destination must be reported to the Colorado Department of Revenue within 24 hours of diversion.
Loads scheduled to be delivered to a location outside of Colorado, but diverted to a Colorado location must be reported to the state in Fueltrac. Loads scheduled to be delivered to a location in Colorado, but diverted to a location outside of Colorado must also be reported to the state in Fueltrac within 24 hours of the diversion. These loads must be reported as imports or exports on your Common Carrier return. This is required of all Colorado fuel licensees and third party carriers.
When a diversion is reported through Fueltrac, you will receive a diversion tracking number to report delivery information on a diverted load. Diversions are tracked by bill of lading number, date, and TCN (terminal code number).
Information required when reporting a diverted load is:
Carrier name and FEIN.
Purchaser/Supplier name and FEIN.
Terminal Code where the fuel was acquired and transportation mode.
Original destination state and revised destination state.
Document Number (Bill of Lading number) and date shipped.
Type of fuel and gross, net, and billed gallons.
To report a diversion go to fueltrac.us and click on Login; new users should click on Sign Up.