If you accidentally entered the wrong VIN number on your return, don’t worry! With ExpressTruckTax, you can make a VIN correction for free.
Vehicle Identification Number is a 17 character unique identification sequence that is a combination of both numbers and letters. The VIN is used by the IRS for identification purposes. The VIN is a distinct code offered to every vehicle, so two different vehicles cannot have the same VIN.
If you have already filed your Form 2290 return with the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) and the IRS has accepted it, you have to file an Form 2290 VIN correction to provide the correct VIN in your return.
If you had filed your original return with us, the information from the original return will be auto-updated in the VIN Correction Form and you do not have to pay for the return.
You must file a VIN Correction if you made a mistake on the Form 2290 you previously filed.
However, you can’t just make a VIN correction whenever you want. Here are some caveats:
If you realize that you've made an error on your VIN after e-filing your Form 2290, you can easily send a 2290 Amendment to the IRS. ExpressTruckTax working closely with the IRS in order to provide free VIN Corrections and 2290 Amendment e-filing. We help truck drivers get their stamped Schedule 1 faster and make changes without stress.