Helpful answers to queries before filing HVUT taxes !

Dear Customers, at some course of time you might have come across certain questions related to HVUT tax or E-filing. Our customer support team has answered even the most silly to the toughest of all possible questions in this space. Here are a few of those questions and answers which will surely help you sometime.

Question 1: We paid full taxes on a vehicle and used it for the first few months starting from July and then it was pulled off the road middle of the season, later we put the truck back on road and used it till the end of the season. It was used up to the mileage limit of 5,000. So am I eligible for a tax credit for the unused period of time?

Answer: No, if a vehicle first used in July and travels up to the mileage limit in a tax period, the full tax amount is required to be paid. You will not be eligible for a credit unless the vehicle is sold or destroyed or stolen before the end of the tax year.

Question 2: We mistakenly filed our truck as a logging vehicle on Form 2290. How do I make it non-logging and pay the remaining taxes to the IRS?

Answer: IRS does not offer any Amendment option for such corrections online. However, it is not necessary to do so because the VIN# is listed on the sch.1 copy as a taxable vehicle and so you could just make the payment of the balance tax amount through the IRS instructed options if explained them about it.

Question 3: I am unable to view and print my Form 2290 or Schedule.1?

Answer: Form 2290 and the sch.1 copies are provided in a PDF format and so you must have Adobe Reader installed on your computer to view and download it. CLICK HERE to download and install if you do not have it installed already. Also make sure to turn off the pop-up blocker from the internet browser settings.

We are pleased to answer your questions and queries anytime. Hope your lasted doubts were now cleared. If you have further doubts, simply call our customer support team at 1-866-245-3918. File your HVUT online with us and enjoy the endless livelihood.