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eFile Form 2290 from Ohio

Pay Heavy Vehicle Use Tax in Ohio

Ohio's trucking industry is the 4th largest player in the country, adding over $6.3 billion to the gross domestic product. Ohioan 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 Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

Why use eForm2290.com to file your Ohio road tax

Truckers and trucking professionals in Ohio can safely and securely file their 2290s and get their IRS-stamped Schedule 1s. Truckers in Ohio can file 2290s, 8849s, carry out free WIN corrections and retransmit rejected 2290s at no cost over our IRS authorized platform.

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e-File your Ohio 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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-Ojo Jibola

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My 2290 form was rejected earlier today. I contacted the live chat for help and was transferred to Sandra. She found out what the problem was very quickly and corrected the return. It was re-submitted and accepted right away from the IRS.


-Samuel Harrison

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-Tiffany Levin

Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles

Truckers and trucking professionals can renew their vehicle registrations and tags by visiting the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles(1) authorities by submitting their IRS watermarked schedule 1s.

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