N-2019-10: Request for Comments on Excise Tax Regulations Regarding Fuel Used in a Motor Vehicle Power Take-off or Power Transfer



Issue Number:    N-2019-10

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Notice 2019-10 requests comments on possible changes to the regulations for excise tax treatment of fuel used in a motor vehicle to operate auxiliary equipment via a power take-off (PTO) mechanism.  Comments are requested on how an exemption for fuel used to power equipment via a PTO could be supported and equitably administered given the range of vehicle types and sizes and complexity of businesses using such vehicles. 
Notice 2019-10  will be in IRB: 2019-13, dated Mar. 25, 2019.
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