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eFile Form 2290 from Wisconsin

Pay Heavy Vehicle Use Tax in Wisconsin

With more than 40,000 registered heavy trucks, Wisconsin employs thousands of truckers annually. Wisconsinite 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 Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles.

Why use eForm2290.com to file your Wisconsin road tax

Thanks to our simple truck tax filing process, you can file and pay your truck taxes quickly and easily over eForm2290.com. To date, we have assisted more than 30,000 happy customers in the state of Wisconsin file their 2290 returns. We use the latest data security software and technologies available to protect all of your information.

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


Step 1: 
Register or sign in to your eform2290 account

enter business details

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

make payment

Step 3: 
Make the payment


Step 4: 
Get IRS Schedule 1 in your inbox

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What other Wisconsinite truckers had to say about our e-filing services:

Just wanted to share my experience. The customer service representative name Vincent helped me with my 2290. He was so helpful and patient with me. He made my experience nice and painless. I will file my 2290 with Eform every year! They are the best!!!!

-Tiffany Levin


Sarah was really helpful. She looked out for me and is going to give me a call to remind me when I need to file again. Great experience thank you Sarah for making this experience great.

-Miguel Soriano


I've used this company twice so far with perfect results. This year I needed a little help and a gentleman named Jose helped walk me through step by step and even confirmed the IRS accepted my 2290. Easy and professional worth the money!

-James Jett

Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles

eForm2290 helps you to file Wisconsin State Insurance Tax renewal with the Department of Transportation (DOT) authorities and receive your vehicle registrations and tags. Now, you can renew vehicle registrations and tags by visiting the Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) authorities(1) and providing the IRS-stamped Schedule 1 copy that we’ve mailed you.

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