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eFile Form 2290 from Florida

Pay Heavy Vehicle Use Tax in Florida

Florida ranks third for the state with the highest number of truckers. Florida truckers must pay their HVUT payment if their commercial vehicle has a gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more. Without the proof of HVUT payment, you cannot register your vehicle at the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.

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Get your Schedule 1 within minutes by filing your 2290s over eForm2290.com. Our 5-star rated platform makes it easy for you to file your 2290 returns, apply for refunds, and make VIN correction and retransmission of rejected returns for free.

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Florida Road Tax Payment Process


Step 1: 
Register or sign in to your eform2290 account


Step 2: 
e-File your form 2290 by entering the details of your truck


Step 3: 
Make the payment


Step 4: 
Get IRS Schedule 1 in your inbox

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