A suspended vehicle
is any taxable vehicle that is expected to be used 5,000 miles
or less (7,500 mile for agricultural vehicles) during the tax period.
A "suspended" vehicle must be filed for but will not be subject to taxation. If the "suspended" vehicle
exceeds the mileage use limit, the tax becomes due, and a corrected Form 2290 must be filed.
These suspended vehicles are also known as "Tax-Exempt Vehicles" since they do not owe any taxes due to their
low mileage. If a vehicle is filed and paid for as a normal taxable vehicle, they may be able to file to receive
a Tax Credit if they do not exceed the Mileage threshold of 5,000 miles (7,500 miles for agricultural vehicles)
during the tax period of July-June.
Suspended Vehicles Exceeding the Mileage use Limit
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