IRS payment options for heavy vehicle use tax form 2290 | efile form2290 |
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There are 3 ways through which a fleet owner or tax professional can make payment of highway tax to the IRS.

Direct debit

A direct debit is an instruction that a bank account holder gives to his or her bank to collect an amount directly from another account. In the case of form 2290, the IRS initiates the direct debit from your account based on the bank account information provided by you during the submission of form 2290. Your bank account information is safe and secure and will only be used for the payment authorized by the taxpayer. No unauthorized withdrawals will be made. In case your direct debit payment is rejected, it would be due to the issues with the routing number or the account number. In such circumstances, you can contact your bank for rectification. If at any point a taxpayer wants to revoke the payment or report any problem such as lost account number, bank closure, etc, They can contact the Treasury Financial Agent, Customer Service, at 1.800.555.4477, toll-free which is available 24/7.


The electronic federal tax payment system (EFTPS) is a payment system provided free by the US department of treasury. Taxpayers can pay their taxes electronically via the phone or internet available 24/7. However to use the EFTPS services, taxpayers must enroll themselves which is free of cost. For further information you can visit

Check payment

Check payments can be made payable to the United States Treasury. To mail a check, taxpayers need to include the social security number or employer identification number, tax period, and related tax form number. The check should be mailed to the address listed on the notice or instructions. Cash payments can only be made in person at a local IRS Office. Do not send cash through the mail. If you wish to contact your local IRS office please visit