The heavy vehicle use tax (HVUT) is the annual fee imposed on heavy vehicles operating on the public highway and having gross weights equal to or more than 55,000 pounds.
The gross taxable vehicle weight for filing your Heavy Vehicle Use Tax can be determined by adding:
If your truck has taxable gross weight is 55,000 lbs or more, you must file HVUT Form 2290 and get the copy of the Stamped Schedule 1 within minutes.
For e-filing the heavy vehicle use tax (HVUT) Form 2290 returns, the truck should be registered under the name of the vehicle owner under the State, District of Columbia, Canadian or Mexican law during the first-time usage. If you have more than 25 vehicles, you also need to e-file Form 2290 online as per the IRS rules.
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It’s the law! All HVUT qualifying vehicles must have a filed Form 2290. Heavy vehicle use tax (HVUT) is applicable to those vehicles which operate on public highways and have a gross taxable weight of 55,000 pounds or more. It is collected each year and used for things like highway construction and maintenance.
Form 2290 is also used for reporting any vehicles which are expected to be used within 5,000 miles or 7,000 miles (For Agricultural) and get the suspension from taxes. You can also use Form 2290 HVUT return to claim a credit on taxes paid on any taxable vehicle that is stolen, sold, destroyed, or driven 5,000 miles or less. Also, Form 2290 can be used for VIN correction if it was reported incorrectly in 2290 Schedule 1.