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eFile Form 2290 from Michigan

Pay Heavy Vehicle Use Tax in Michigan

Freight infrastructure is an essential component of Michigan's economy. Michiganian truckers must file IRS form 2290 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 Michigan Secretary of State authorities.

Why use eForm2290.com to file your Michigan road tax

Customers in Michigan can e-file their 2290s and get their Schedule 1 proof of payment in just minutes with eForm2290.com. Experience fast, easy and hassle-free filing of 2290s, 8849s, Free VIN correction, retransmission of rejected returns and more.

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e-File your Michigan Road Tax in 4 simple steps:

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Step 1: 
Register or sign in to your eform2290 account

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

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Step 3: 
Make the payment

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Step 4: 
Get IRS Schedule 1 in your inbox

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-James Jett

Michigan Department of Motor Vehicle

Truckers in Michigan can receive their IRS watermarked schedule 1 in just minutes by efiling their 2290s with eForm2290.com. Truckers can renew their vehicle registrations and tags by visiting the Michigan Secretary of State(1) authorities and submitting the Schedule 1s.

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