Made a mistake when entering your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) on your form 2290? We can help!
The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) reported on Form 2290 gets printed on the Schedule 1 copy that you carry as proof that you have filed your truck taxes.
Given the length of the 17-character VIN, it can be easy to make a typo or other mistake when entering it. That’s why we offer our 2290 VIN Correction feature.
Whether you’re a returning 2290online.com customer or a new customer, you can quickly and easily correct any mistake by following the step-by-step VIN correction instructions on the site.
NOTE: When you file the VIN correction form, it will not show the vehicle listed as suspended because it is only updating the VIN, not the weight class of the vehicle. Your original 2290 form has the correct weight class and tax status listed on it, which is what the IRS will refer to. Therefore, you will need to show both Schedule 1 forms when register the vehicle