Why should I enter my Prior Year Suspended Vehicles Information?
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Last modified 7/20/2020 8:38:51 AM EST |
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A vehicle is considered as a suspended vehicle if it runs on the public highway for less than 5000 miles (7500 for agricultural vehicles) during the tax period.
The IRS requires the filers to report information about suspended vehicles from the previous tax year in the current year Form 2290 return if the following events had happened:
1. The suspended vehicle exceeded the 5,000 miles threshold (7,500 miles for agricultural vehicles) during the tax period. In this case, an amendment must be filed and the required HVUT must be paid during the tax year.
2. A suspended vehicle was sold/transferred during the tax period.