Well, you survived the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s (CVSA) 31st 72-hour annual International Roadcheck congratulations. So you are done until next year, right? Sorry folks, that's not the cause, and the next CVSA truck inspection is closer than you think. Here is what you need to know about the upcoming road inspections.
What You Need to Know About the Upcoming Road Inspections
Operation Safe Driver Week
July 15-21, 2018
First up is the Operation Safe Driver Week brought to you by the CVSA in partnership with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. This annual truck inspection was created to help reduce the number of deaths, crashes, and injuries involving heavy use vehicles. CVSA enforcement officers will not only be cracking down on commercial vehicles but also passenger vehicles with unsafe driving behaviors around CMV’s.
The CVSA has reported that driver behavior is the leading cause of accidents. The “Large Truck Crash Causation Study” from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) shows that dangerous driver behaviors cause 88 percent of large truck crashes and 94 percent of passenger vehicles crashes.
Authorized enforcement personnel will be targeting the following during Operation Safe Driver Week:
As part of the CVSA’s Brake Safety Week set for September 16-22, 2018, certified enforcement personnel will conduct roadside inspections. During this time heavy highway use vehicles with critical brake violations will be identified and placed out of service. Maintaining a functioning braking system is vital for any driver but most definitely for Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliances. However, if you are maintaining your braking system and performing your routine pre/post trip inspections, you should be fine.
CVSA certified inspectors will conduct a standard Level I 37 point inspection that includes you and your vehicle. The brake inspection of the inspection will consist of the following:
Identifying loose or missing parts
Air or hydraulic fluid leaks
Defective rotor conditions
Measurement of pushrod travel
Mismatched air chamber sizes across axles
Air reservoir integrity and mounting
Drums or rotors
Brake-system warning devices
Also, any other brake components
In 12 jurisdictions you will be using performance-based brake testing (PBBT) equipment to test your vehicle's braking efficiency. For more information on this inspection visit the CVSA website.
2290 Tax Due Date
Not really an inspection, but definitely a point of concern is the impending Form 2290 filing deadline. However, thankfully at ExpressTruckTax, we make filing your IRS Form 2290 quick and easy. Spend less than 10 minutes following our user-friendly step-by-step filing guide to complete and transmit your IRS Form 2290 to the IRS and receive your stamped Schedule 1 in just a matter of minutes.
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Amazon Prime Day starts today! This 36-hour sale will feature more than 1 million of the hottest deals. This is the perfect opportunity to stock up on truck driving essentials you need while on the road. Here is what you need to order on Amazon Prime Day. Being a professional truck driver means you spend the majority of your time in your truck. Here are some deals you need to take advantage of to make your ride more enjoyable.
What You Need To Order on Amazon Prime DayFor flatbed drivers or freight haulers, preparing your truck for a haul is essential for keeping yourself safe and comfortable during the journey. Whether you are an over the road driver or regional, your truck should be equipped with everything you will need. Now is the perfect opportunity to save some money and have everything you need before setting out with free two-day shipping.
These amazing deals will only last for approximately 36-hours so it is important to act fast! But remember you won’t have much room in your truck, so make sure you are packing light and whatever you buy is compact. Safe travels!
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The 39th annual Walcott Truckers Jamboree is officially underway at the Iowa 80 Truck Stop. They are featuring a truck beauty contest, live concerts, trucker Olympic games, and so much more! If you aren’t able to attend the Truckers Jamboree, we completely understand (we are in the same boat), so to help you feel a part of the fun, we are sharing what’s happening at the Truckers Jamboree!
Here are a few photos and videos of the trucks and event happening at the show:
We know that you all have been working hard this summer, putting those extra miles down hard, but if you find yourself passing through good ole Iowa then it’s time to take a load off at the I-80 Trucker Jamboree! You are literally moving America forward every day on the road, so it is time for a well-deserved break. Come celebrate with dozens of customized rigs and hundreds of fellow American truckers at the “World’s Largest Truckstop.” So why wouldn’t you go to the I-80 Trucker Jamboree?
Are Y'all Going to The I-80 Trucker Jamboree?The 39th annual Walcott Trucker Jamboree starts today Thursday, July 12, 2018, at the Iowa 80 TruckStop, interstate 80 Exit 284, in Walcott, Iowa. Come and enjoy free concerts, fireworks, and of course everything trucking. This three-day event will also include a Super Truck Beauty Contest, an Iowa pork chop cookout, an antique truck display, more than 175 exhibits, two fireworks shows, and a Trucker Olympics.
This event goes all the way back to 1979 and is still going strong as a great place to celebrate the American trucker and learn about the trucking industry. While this event is a good time and an educational experience, at the end of the day, it is a way to thank you (the truckers of America) for all that you do to keep America moving forward.
If you find yourself elsewhere in the country and can’t make it, you should still put the Iowa 80 Truckstop on your list of places to visit. It is not only the largest truck stop in the world, it practically has everything a trucker on the road could ask for. They even have a Dogomat open 24 hours a day where you can get your travel buddy groomed and ready to hit the road. You can also get a haircut, go to the dentist, watch a movie, and so much more all from this one truck stop.
I-80 Trucker Jamboree Parking and Admission
I have some fantastic news truckers! Parking and admission is FREE at the I-80 Trucker Jamboree! There will be tons of exhibition for you to visit and learn about what they do for the trucking industry. Relax in the evening with free country music concerts performed by Logan Mize, Dani Lynn Howe, and Grammy winners The Kentucky Headhunters!
However, when you hop back in the saddle on Sunday don’t forget your Heavy Vehicle Use Tax is hurtling at us at full speed. You can complete your Form 2290 filing with the 100% US-based industry leader, ExpressTruckTax. All you have to do is spend less than 10 minutes following our simple step-by-step filing guide to transmit your forms directly to the IRS and receive your stamped Schedule 1 in minutes!
Need some help? Our 100% US-based bilingual support team is available to answer all of your questions via live chat, phone, and email.
We are sure that you are very well aware that summer is here in full force. Whether you have recently received your CDL license or are a seasoned veteran, you will want to take precautions as the summer continues to heat up. We know you are putting in a lot of hours on the road, maybe even in areas with record-breaking high temperatures. Even though you are in your vehicle, you still face the risk of sunburn, skin cancer, overheating, and even heat stroke. Summer means a whole new set of issues for those in the trucking industry so to help here is how to stay cool and survive summer trucking.
How to Stay Cool And Survive Summer TruckingSitting in a hot cab all day long can be brutal and even dangerous to your health. Follow these tips to beat the summer heat while driving your trucking business to new levels.
Stay HydratedIt is easy to forget to drink water while on the road, however, it is critical to stay adequately hydrated particularly during these next two months. Keeping a few bottles of water within reach while driving will serves as a constant reminder and make it practical for you to drink water throughout your drive. Also, it is worth mentioning that sodas and other carbonated drinks are no substitution for drinking water. The sugar and caffeine in sodas will dehydrate you and will not replace the fluids you are losing while you sweat.
Check Your Tires ConstantlyThe chances of tire blowouts increase dramatically during the summer months because of the high temperatures. What you can do to try and prevent this is to check that your tires are adequately inflated each time you stop for a required break or when you are pulling out in the morning. Under-inflated tires are more likely to blowout, so it is essential to be prepared.
Check Traffic ReportsFamilies, teenagers, and college students are all hitting the road during summer vacation, so it is crucial that you stay on the lookout during all hours of the day. You should remain alert and cautious while on the road this season. Heavier traffic means more danger for truck drivers, so you will want to check the traffic report and be aware of your surroundings.
Check Your BrakesHot summer temperatures can lead to brakes fading or even losing friction when brake components can’t absorb any additional heat. Always be sure to check your brakes to make sure they are functioning correctly before leaving on your next haul. It is recommended that you bring spare brake pads before leaving home. This will not only potentially save you but also some money because you won’t have to pay the service center.
Protect Yourself From The SunSpending several hours a day driving means you will have a lot of sun exposure on your left side. Don’t believe that just because you are in your cab that you are protected from the sun. While the sun is shining through your window, it is still a serious health risk that can lead to sunburns and even skin cancer. We recommend you wear a long sleeve shirt, sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses as much as possible while on the road.
Bring a Hardhat
Because of the warmer temperatures, more construction companies will be out working on the roads. You should always be careful when passing through construction zones and remember that the Get Over law is still in effect in every state. It is required by law that if you see an emergency vehicle or someone on the side of the road you must get over or slow down. Your rig is likely over 55,000 Ibs, and it does not stop on a dime, make sure to hit the breaks sooner rather than later.
Fines and other fees also skyrocket in construction areas, and likely officers are waiting to get someone. We don’t want it to be you.
Also, bring a brightly colored hardhat with you on the road. People are statistically more likely to take notice of you on the roadside if are wearing a hard hat. If by some unfortunate circumstance you find yourself on the side of the road, be sure to wear it.
Have a Great Safe SummerWhile summer is hot and we like it, UV rays and high temperatures can do a number on our bodies! So remember to protect yourself while you are either hauling or enjoying a well-deserved vacation.
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The Form 2290 filing season is officially upon us, and I am sure you are well aware of the impending deadline. However, while you are focused on your Form 2290 due date, don’t forget about the IFTA fuel tax due on July 31! So to help you get this tax filed quickly, here is what you need to file your IFTA tax return online in a matter of minutes.
What You Need to File Your IFTA Tax Return
Total miles traveled per jurisdiction
The total amount of fuel purchased per jurisdiction
The total amount of fuel consumed per jurisdiction
The current tax rate per jurisdiction
The amount of tax paid per gallon of fuel per jurisdiction
When is the IFTA Due Date?Your April through June second quarter fuel taxes are due to the IRS by July 31, 2018.
April - June
July - September
October - December
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Well, you have come to the right place, my friend. ExpressTruckTax's sister product ExpressIFTA is full of innovative features to help you complete your IFTA quarterly fuel tax report. All you have to do to get started is create your free account, enter your business information, specify your base jurisdiction, enter your vehicle details, list your miles and fuel records, and generate your IFTA quarterly fuel tax report.
Say goodbye to the days of complicated calculations. ExpressIFTA'ssoftware will accurately calculate your IFTA fuel tax rates and IFTA tax based on the information provided. Never worry about over or underpaying again.
Plus, their built-in diagnostic error audit can be run on your reports to catch any fundamental filing errors based on your estimated miles per gallon. It will recognize when miles traveled aren't between adjacent states, and if you purchased fuel in a state you have not traveled in.
With a growing economy and rising consumer confidence, you can expect more than a few four-wheelers on the road this holiday weekend. This Independence Day the AAA has estimated 41.9 million travelers until Sunday, July 8th. This number is up 0.7 percent from last year’s estimate and the highest number since 2007 since before the great recession. At ExpressTruckTax we want you to always be prepared. Here is what you need to know about traffic July 4th.
What You Need to Know About Traffic July 4thThe AAA says that the worst congestion can be expected around metropolitan areas as holiday travels are combined with regular commuters during the weekdays.
“This Independence Day will be one for the record books, as more Americans take to the nation’s roads, skies, rails and waterways than ever before,” Bill Sutherland, senior vice president of AAA Travel and Publishing, said in a statement from the company. “Confident consumers with additional disposable income will look to spend on travel this holiday, building on an already busy summer travel season.”
At ExpressTruckTax we hope you will spend this Independence Day with your family and friends, however, if you find yourself out on the open road, we want to share our sincere appreciation. It is through the untiring resolve of those like yourself in the trucking community that we are able to celebrate. Your rigs brought us the fireworks, hot dogs, hamburgers, buns, charcoal, and grill that we all get to enjoy.
It’s official! The IRS is now accepting your Heavy Vehicle Use Tax (HVUT) 2290 returns! But do you know what that means here at ExpressTruckTax? When you complete your Form 2290 filing, you will receive your stamped Schedule 1 in just a matter minutes!
Why wait to file your heavy highway use tax when you can complete your Form 2290 for 2018 today? Our easy-to-use filing process makes Form 2290 filing easier than ever before. Here is how you can get started.
How to Get Your Stamped Schedule 1 in MinutesBefore we start the Form 2290 filing process, you will need some essential information.
Business Name & Address
EIN (Employer Identification Number)
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number
Gross Taxable Weight
Authorized signatory details
If you are going to pay the IRS via direct debit, be sure to have your routing and account number ready.
Please Keep in Mind: You have to have an EIN for Form 2290 filing online. You can not use your SSN (Social Security Number). If you need to apply for an EIN, click here. Once you apply, you will need to wait up to 10 business days for it to become active in the IRS system.
How to File IRS Form 2290?Step 1:Using your email address and password, you will need to create a free ExpressTruckTax account.
Step 2:When you are ready to start the Form 2290 filing process, you will click the orange ‘Start New Return’ button and enter the basic information for your trucking business (Name, address, and EIN).
Step 3:You will enter your tax year and your vehicle’s first used month. Form 2290 filing is based on your vehicles first used month and is due the last day of the month following when it is was first used.
For example: If you first used your vehicle in July, your IRS Form 2290 will be due August 31, 2018. The current tax period runs from July 1st, 2018 until June 30th, 2019. Your current schedule 1 for the 2017-2018 season expired on June 30th, 2018.
Enter your vehicle information including the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) and taxable gross weight. You will need to select if your vehicle was used specifically for logging or agricultural purposes. If so you will be granted a break on your taxes or be exempt. However, you will still need to file to receive your stamped Schedule 1. You will also need to indicate if your vehicle is suspended.
Step 5:ExpressTruckTax will then calculate the tax amount you owe the IRS. Once you have this amount you can then pick from one of the following payment options: Pay 2290 with credit card, debit, direct debit, electronic funds withdrawal, EFTPS, check, or money order.
Step 6:You will then have the ability to review all your information and make any corrections. Our system will perform an instant internal audit to ensure error-free filing; however, we highly suggest that you double check your VIN number at this time as it is the number one reason for HVUT rejection.
Step 7:Once any and all corrections have been made, you will then transmit your form directly to the IRS. You will enter a 5-digit code of your choice at the bottom of your form to electronically sign and transmit.
Step 8:Sit back and relax! You will receive your stamped Schedule 1 in just a matter of minutes, and you will be set until 2019.
File Your Heavy Use Tax Over the PhoneIf you are looking for a full-service solution contact our sister product, TSNAmerica. Their outstanding bilingual support team will file Form 2290 on your behalf over the phone. The process is straightforward and will take less than 5 minutes. Give them your information and they will do the work for you. Once they have submitted your information to the IRS, you will receive a copy of your stamped Schedule 1 via email.
TSNAmerica: 803.386.0320 Need Help Filing HVUT 2290 Online?Our dedicated ExpressTruckTax support team is available via phone, live chat, and email. These US-based representatives are HVUT experts and will take the time to answer all of our questions and will even walk you through the entire filing process.
With the Form 2290 due date coming up fast, ExpressTruckTax is here to help with tips about the filing process, and where you can save money. We don’t want you paying more than you have to. Today we are looking at the different vehicle types for Form 2290 filing. Some vehicle types are subject to lower tax rates, credits, or could exempt you from the heavy use tax altogether.
You Need to Know About Vehicle Type For Form 2290 FilingBefore we get into the different 2290 vehicle types, let’s review who must file the heavy use tax. If you own and operate a heavy vehicle 55,000 Ibs or more in gross weight, you are required to receive a stamped Schedule 1 after Form 2290 filing. Your gross weight is the total weight of your vehicle unloaded. However, this will include any equipment or accessories you typically use on a haul.
Vehicles that qualify for the heavy highway use tax include any self-propelled vehicles that are designed to carry loads on public highways, regardless of their possible other functions. An example of other functions could consist of carrying special goods/supplies, passengers, or permanently mounted equipment.
Logging VehicleYou might confuse the term “logging vehicle’ with an ELD, however, for Form 2290 filing purposes these vehicles are used to … well... haul logs. So if your vehicle is used to haul wood or other products from the forest, it could classify, and this is important because you can receive a reduced tax rate.
Ensure you are paying the correct tax amount by checking the IRS criteria for logging vehicles: Your truck is exclusively used to transport material harvested from a forested site, or your vehicle is used solely to transport harvested materials from one forested location to another forested place. If your truck runs between forested sites, it can use public highways in between those sites and still be considered a logging vehicle.
Your vehicle is registered in your base state (or any other state in which it is required to be registered) as a highway motor vehicle used exclusively for the transport of harvested materials from a forested site. Although the truck must be registered as a “logging vehicle” in your state, no special tag or license plate is required to identify the vehicle as a logging vehicle.
Harvested Material: According to the IRS guidelines, harvested products can include any raw timber taken from a forest, OR any timber that has been processed on the forested site for commercial processes, meaning the timber has already been sawed into lumber, chipped, or milled in some way.
Agricultural VehiclesVehicles typically required to file the road tax 2290 are those with a taxable gross weight of 55,000 Ibs and travel over 5,000 miles on public highways through the current tax period. However, to give farmers and suppliers a break, the IRS requirements are slightly more lenient for vehicles used to transport agricultural products. Those vehicles that qualify regardless of their weight are allowed to drive up to 7,500 miles on public highways each tax period before having to pay the heavy highway use tax.
However, this does not exempt any vehicles from Form 2290 filing. If your vehicle's gross weight exceeds 55,000 Ibs, you will still need to receive a stamped Schedule 1 Form 2290.
Ensure you are paying the correct tax amount by checking the IRS criteria for agricultural vehicles: The vehicle is used primarily for farming purposes throughout the tax year. However, what does the IRS consider “primarily for farming purposes”? It’s quite simple. More than half of the vehicle’s total mileage for the year must be used for farming purposes. Also, a farming purpose, according to the IRS, is any activity that contributes to the conduct of a farm. This can include activities such as transporting goods to and from a farm (goods like livestock, produce, animal feed, fertilizer, etc.), direct use in agricultural production, or just performing work around the farm like repairing fences, building irrigation ditches, clearing land, etc.
The vehicle is registered as an agricultural vehicle in your state. Although your vehicle must be registered as such, no special license plates or tags marked “agriculture” are required to maintain your status as an agricultural vehicle. If your vehicle meets both of these requirements above, then you can file as an agricultural vehicle with a higher mileage limit.
If you file your agricultural vehicle as a Suspended (Category W) at the beginning of the tax period but then exceed the 7,500-mile limit, you will need to submit a Form 2290 Amendment for a Milage Increase. The Form 2290 Amendment is due by the end of the month following the month you exceeded the mileage limit. After filing the Amendment, the IRS will prorate your heavy highway use tax for the remaining months of the tax year. This means that even though you will owe some tax, it will not be for the full amount you would have owed.
A suspended or credit vehicle is a highway motor vehicle that is expected to travel 5,000 miles or less (7,500 miles or less for agricultural vehicles) during the tax period. This mileage limit applies to the total amount of miles it’s driven on the road, regardless of the number of owners.
Other suspended or credited vehicles include those that were sold, destroyed, or stolen and they must all be reported on your 2290. If they exceed the mileage limit during the tax period, then you’ll owe HVUT for them.
When you e-file your IRS Form 2290 with ExpressTruckTax we will auto-generate Form 8849 for you, so you can claim a refund or credit on the amount you paid to the IRS for these vehicles.
Exempt VehiclesVehicles that are exempt from the HVUT don’t need to be filed for, regardless of how many miles they travel. They’re 100% exempt from the Heavy Vehicle Use Tax! A few HVUT exempt vehicles include qualified blood collector vehicles, mobile machinery used for non-transportation purposes, heavy vehicles used by the federal government, and more.
When is The Form 2290 Due Date?You must complete your Form 2290 filing by the last day of the month following the first use month during the current tax year. The typical trucking tax year is July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2019. If your tax period stated in July of last year your Schedule 1 Form 2290 will be due on August 31st.
File Your 2290 Form 2018 OnlineNow that you know how to save money based on your vehicle type it is time to File your 2290 Form 2018 online. Follow ExpressTruckTax’s easy step-by-step filing process online or call our sister product, TSNAmerica, to file over the phone in less than 10 minutes. Complete your IRS Form 2290, transmit directly to the IRS, and receive your stamped Schedule 1!
Attention trucking nation! The IRS Form 2290 filing season is officially here at ExpressTruckTax, and we are ringing in the new tax year with a special giveaway. We understand that HVUT Form 2290 filing is not the highlight of your summer which is why we are adding a little extra incentive.
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How to File IRS Form 2290?Login or create a free ExpressTruckTax account Enter your trucking and business details (EIN, VIN, etc.) Verify your information and transmit your HVUT 2290 to the IRS Receive your stamped Schedule 1 via email
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Information Needed to File Your Heavy Use Tax:
Your employer identification number (EIN). You cannot use your social security number for Form 2290 filing.
Your vehicle identification number (VIN).
The taxable gross weight of your vehicle(s) to determine your category.
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