Hello, Truckers! As the tax filing season for this year’s tax period is already over, you believe all of you reported and paid your HVUT form 2290 to the IRS and successfully got your stamped schedule 1 copy. Now, if you have typed in the incorrect VIN of your vehicle and got your schedule 1 copy with the incorrect VIN, you must apply for VIN correction to correct the VIN of your truck. You should not delay applying for VIN correction if you have your stamped schedule 1 copy with an incorrect VIN of your truck. Otherwise, you will have trouble with the authorities for improper schedule 1 copy. You will also be unable to register your vehicle, renew the license or process any insurance claims.