To obtain a Transporter License, an applicant shall file an application with the commissioner on a form provided by the commissioner. The application shall include the applicant's name, address, federal employer identification number, and any other information required by the commissioner.
An applicant for a license as a motor fuel transporter shall list on the application each state from which and to which the applicant intends to transport motor fuel and, if required by a state listed, shall be licensed or registered for motor fuel tax purposes in that state. If a state listed requires the applicant to be licensed or registered, the applicant shall provide the applicant's license or registration number of that state. A licensee who intends to transport motor fuel from or to a state not listed on its application for a motor fuel transporter's license shall provide the commissioner written notice of the action before transporting motor fuel from or to that state. The notice shall include the information that is required on the license application.
Upon approval of an application, the commissioner shall issue to the applicant the appropriate license or licenses for each place of business of the applicant. Each licensee shall display the license issued under this article in a conspicuous place at each of the licensee's places of business. A license is not transferable and remains in effect until surrendered or canceled.