New Year and The Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Form 2290 Partial Period Tax Is Now Due wishing everyone a Great Year 2021. The year 2020 was a challenging year for every businesses across America. Even the trucking industry — arguably the backbone of the country’s economy — has been hard hit by the coronavirus. Let us all welcome 2021 with new hope and new opportunities to strengthen our business goals. At we really try to make you as comfortable as you can be! when you e-file your 2290 taxes online. We value the trust you place in us and our team for your 2290 Tax Electronic Filing. We understand the importance of your business and we’re working persistently in effort to minimize disruptions associated with COVID-19.

The heavy vehicle operators who has put in their new vehicles on road in December 2020 has to report the partial period 2290 Truck Taxes with the IRS in this month January 2021. Choose electronic filing for easy and fast filing, at it is economic and as low as $7.99 for single vehicle filers. Let this year 2021 be the transition year from paper returns to electronic tax returns, we at can be instrumental in achieving this transition. Tax preparation fee and affordability is not a big issue when you have TruckDues, the most economic website in the market.

2290 Tax eFile for 2021

Trucking Industry in 2021:

Trucking is entering a year of change as the industry confronts a new phase of the coronavirus pandemic and adjusts to new practices. That last few years have been nothing short of eventful for the trucking industry. In 2018, trucking had its best year in modern times as per the ATA American Trucking Trends 2019 report, with massive increases in freight volume, strong customer demand and spending, new technological advancements, and the overall industry revenue up approximately $96 billion from the previous year. By the end of 2019, several trucking companies had shuttered their doors altogether or declared bankruptcy; things were looking grim. And then came 2020, a year no one could have ever seen coming. With the COVID pandemic bringing the entire world to a standstill, every single industry felt the repercussions in one way or another, and trucking was not exempt. The economic downturn was both entirely unexpected and devastating, with a record number of businesses closing their doors permanently, including many trucking companies. 

Americas Commercial Transportation (ACT) released its North American Commercial Vehicle OUTLOOK report earlier this year, projecting 2021 to be a “transition year,” as published by the Trucker News Staff. More than 100,000 trucking companies turned to federal assistance, according to data compiled by CCJ, either for a few thousand or a few million to help keep their operations afloat.

Starting Jan. 6 this year, fleets were required to not only report instances of drug and alcohol violations to the U.S. DOT’s new Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse, but also were required to ping the Clearinghouse for every new driver hire and at least once for all of their current drivers. Through November, FMCSA reported that more than 50,000 drivers had hit the Clearinghouse’s rolls for violations of either drug or alcohol regs. Marijuana violations so far have made up more than half of those, with cocaine, amphetamines and opioids together accounting for another large block of violations.

When the Clearinghouse rule went live, the system faced repeated outages and downtime as a swell of new users logged on. FMCSA has since beefed up the system and it has reportedly worked well since.

Looking forward to support the trucking industry, the situation would ease as the year progress. We strive to provide our customers with an outstanding 2290 eFiling experience. Should you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to reach us. 2290 Call Support: (855) 615 – 1040 and (347) 515 – 2290; Email: