E-File Form 2290 Online

Get access to your Form 2290 and stamped watermarked Schedule 1 with no hassle. Maintain your Schedule 1 for your records to have available during IRP registrations and renewals.

Our system will calculate your information, as soon as the IRS accepts your return, we notify you. If you have any VIN corrections, let us handle that as well.

The weight category is based on a range. For instance, weight category A range starts at 55,000 lbs. Category B range is 55,001. Then, add 999 lbs. Category C range is 56,001. Then, add 999 lbs. And so on. We determine your range and the first month you put the truck in service.

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Advantages of Filing Form 2290 Online with Us

After we have filed, we know exactly where to send your Schedule 1 for IRP registration purposes. Let us submit it on your behalf.

What Information is required to E-file Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax Return?

The first month you placed your unit in operation and your weight category.

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Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax is required if you have a motor vehicle that gross weight is 55,000 pounds or more. The tax is prorated if you register after July. Your weight category and the date unit is placed in service is considered when calculating tax owed. This is filed each year that you are in business. If your previous filing is expired, we can get you back in good standing.

Indeed, we are a small group, but we take pride in our experiences with each trucking business. Whether you are running a one car trailer or a fleet of 5, our job is to help you stay compliant. If you haven’t already done so, sign up so that we can send you reminders.

Honestly, it doesn’t matter who you’ve filed with, our biggest concern is that you have filed and in a timely manner. Once we issue your stamped schedule 1 which is required during apportioned plate registration file it away. If during the year, you decide to grow your fleet or increase your weight that is considered a change in your business. In accounting, we have to account for changes in the business. The same principle applies to your side of things in the trucking industry.