This list is applicable to registered vehicles only

Eligible registered vehicles list
  • Aerodrome crash fire tenders used on road only in emergencies

  • All-terrain vehicles (ATVs)

  • Asphalt mixing and paving plants

  • Bulldozers and angle dozers

  • Forestry chippers used exclusively in forestry operations or management of a forest

  • Forklifts

  • Front end loaders

  • Log forwarders

  • Log haulers that are stationary when hauling logs

  • Mobile cranes

  • Mobile pile drivers

  • Motor graders

  • Motor vehicles propelled and supporting solely by self-laying tracks

  • Road rollers

  • Sawing or shearing apparatus used for tree cutting

  • Self-propelled machines designed for industrial purposes

  • Self-propelled motor scrapers

  • Self-propelled trench diggers and excavators

  • Self-propelled vehicles that are always unladen on the road and designed exclusively for carrying earth or other bulk materials

  • Self-propelled vehicles or towed vehicles designed for agricultural purposes, for example:

  • Self-propelled water carts that are always unladen on the road

  • Stone and gravel crushing and screening plants

  • Telehandlers

  • Traction engines

  • Tractors

  • Any vehicle used only for, or solely in connection with, agricultural operations.


Registered vehicles that are not eligible


The regional fuel tax is designed to capture vehicles using the road. Therefore if your registered vehicle was made for general use on public roads and is not used for commercial agricultural purposes, then it most likely is not eligible for an RFT rebate.


If your vehicle is not registered, you may be eligible for a rebate.