FAQs on Form 2290

Why do you ask if my truck is used for logging?

A vehicle used exclusively for logging is subject to lower tax rates.

A Vehicle is considered a logging vehicle if it is used exclusively for the transportation of products like timber harvested from the forested site, or it exclusively transports the products harvested from the forested site to and from locations on a forested site. Additionally, your vehicle must be registered as a vehicle used exclusively for logging under applicable vehicle registration laws in your respective state.

Like other heavy vehicles, your Form 2290 will be due on your new logging truck the last day of the month following the month that you first use it. For example, if you first use your logging vehicle in March, your Form 2290 for it will be due by April 30th. Then you will need to annually renew your Form 2290 by August 31st.

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Last modified 21 Jun 2018 00:06 EST