Do I have to pay penalties if I file an amended for mileage exceeded?
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Last modified 5/11/2022 7:11:57 AM EST
No, there won't be any penalties or interest for filing an amendment to your Form 2290 return. But you will be subjected to taxes if you file an amended return.
If you report your vehicle as a suspended vehicle in your Form 2290, and the vehicle exceeds the mileage limit within the tax year, you must file an amendment to report this information to the IRS. You must also pay the HVUT for the tax year, as your vehicle is no longer considered as a suspended vehicle, and is subjected to taxes.