FAQs on Form 2290

What is a suspended vehicle?

A suspended vehicle is one that has a taxable gross weight over 55,000 pounds but is driven less than 5,000 miles per year (or 7,500 miles per year if agricultural). In this case the tax is considered suspended and there is no tax ($0) due but the owner must still file a 2290 HVUT return.

The due dates for returns filed with tax suspended vehicles are the same as those with taxable vehicles.

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Last modified 20 Jun 2018 07:06 EST