A vehicle is considered as a suspended vehicle if it runs on the public highway for less than 5000 miles during the tax period. Vehicles used for agricultural purposes will be considered to be suspended vehicles if used on the public highway for less than 7500 miles during the tax period.
The vehicles that are considered as suspended vehicles do not have to pay their Highway Vehicle Use Tax (HVUT), although they must file the Form 2290 return.
Form 2290 due date for suspended vehicles is the same as taxable 2290 vehicles. The suspended vehicles will be classified under the weight category "W" in Schedule 1.
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