About CMCA and ExpressTruckTax Partnership
Colorado Motor Carriers Association (CMCA) has partnered with ExpressTruckTax to offer it’s truck drivers a simple way to e-file HVUT Form 2290 with the IRS at the best value
in the industry.
CMCA has partnered with ExpressTruckTax to offer its members an inexpensive and simple way to file your 2290. They have made their program as easy to use as possible. You'll find contextual help bubbles and support text all over the place, guiding you through the process step by step. We know we're not the only ones providing this service, but we do know we're the only ones doing it at this price with this level of quality. Choose ExpressTruckTax for all of your HVUT and e-filing needs.
Why CMCA Members Choose ExpressTruckTax for HVUT Filing?
- Get 2290 Schedule 1 in Minutes
- Quick and Secure Filing Process
- Complete HVUT filing in less than
- Automatic & Accurate HVUT
- Free 2290 VIN Corrections
- File 2290 Amendments
- File from any mobile device
- Stay updated with email, text and
- Access copy of Schedule 1 online
- Claim Tax Credits using 8849 Schedule 6
- Low Pricing in the Industry
- Carrier Notification
How to Get Schedule 1 (Proof of Payment) in Simple 3 Steps?
Create AccountRegister as a new user or login to your
Enter DataEnter your business and truck information and Choose IRS
Send it to the IRSE-file Form 2290 to the IRS and get Schedule 1
Thank you for having this site, sending the 2290 directly to our carrier, and making this such a smooth process!
About Colorado Motor Carriers
Throughout its illustrious history, the structure of the CMCA has remained essentially unchanged. It is divided into conferences, with each conference made up of members from a particular specialized field of motor transportation. Today, the organization has six conferences. Each conference has elected representation on the governing board of the organization. Additional directors are elected from conference nominations.
Our services are focused to better position our members in the marketplace in a variety of manners ranging from providing information through our monthly newsletter magazine and the annual convention, to the provision of group worker compensation plans and low-cost telecommunication services. In the area of governmental relations, the association serves as a spokesperson for the trucking industry at the federal, state, and local levels. This involves continual monitoring of issues of interest to our members in the government arena and involves a high level of interaction with the various regulatory bodies on the state level.