VIN is Vehicle Identification Number. It is a 17 digit number allotted to individual vehicles. They are used to uniquely identify motor vehicles. IRS provides an option in Form 2290 to correct any mistakes done in the VIN in the previous filings. This type of amendment is called as the VIN correction.
VIN correction enables the user to change the wrongly reported VIN. To change, the user needs to know the previously reported VIN and the correct VIN. The user can report those VINs that were reported through simple2290.com.
When there is a mistake in the VIN while filing a return, the IRS will reject the return. This needs to be corrected and filed once again. This option is provided in simple2290.com which can be completed in very easy steps.