What is a suspended vehicle?
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Last modified 6/21/2021 10:31:58 AM EST |
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A vehicle is considered a suspended vehicle if it runs on the public highway for less than 5,000 miles during the tax period. In addition, vehicles used for agricultural purposes will also be considered to be suspended vehicles if used on the public highway for less than 7,500 miles during the tax period.
Reporting Suspended Vehicles on Form 2290
When you specify suspended vehicles in Form 2290, make sure you have sufficient proofs to support them. Proofs can be a document showing a vehicle's mileage and use. For example, the IRS may ask you to submit proof for your suspended vehicles that they did not exceed the mileage limit.
Suspended Vehicle Exceeding Mileage Limits
If your suspended vehicle exceeded the mileage limits during the tax period, you must report the exceeded mileage in Form 2290 Amendments.
Reporting Suspended Vehicles on Form 2290 using ExpressTruckTax
ExpressTruckTax supports Form 2290. When e-filing Form 2290 with us, you will receive your stamped Schedule 1 instantly.
Here's how you should report suspended vehicles:
- Create a FREE account with ExpressTruckTax and add business details.
- Choose Form 2290 and select FUM & Tax Year.
- Make sure that you have checked the Suspended Vehicle category under your vehicle details.
- Review and transmit the return to the IRS.
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