§ 31-36.1-8. Records.
Each motor carrier shall make available in this state and retain for a period of not less than four (4) years, any records that may be prescribed and in the manner required by the administrator or the International Fuel Tax Agreement, as are reasonably necessary to substantiate the quarterly returns required by § 31-36.1-11. The administrator or the administrator's agents may examine the books, papers, records, and equipment of any motor carrier during normal business hours in order to determine whether the motor fuel taxes due under this chapter are properly reported and paid. If the records required by this section are not maintained instate, the motor carrier shall either produce the records at a point instate for audit purposes, or provide transportation and reasonable substance for an auditor to audit the records at that point where the records are maintained by the motor carrier.
(P.L. 1981, ch. 220, § 1; P.L. 2006, ch. 246, art. 22, § 1.)