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So your vehicles are included in property tax evaluations? How many states do this?
What states have property taxes on cars?Residents of Alabama, the District of Columbia, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, North Dakota, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Washington, and Wisconsin pay nothing at all in state vehicle property ...May 29, 2015
Texas has no vehicle property tax and no State income tax either. However, real estate property tax is through the roof !
Many States have both Personal Property Tax and Real Estate Property Tax.Autos, Motos, RVs, Trailers, etc. are listed on Personal Property Tax.
Insurance? Now that's something to get pissed off about. All the uninsured motorists running around wreaking havoc have been driving the prices up for those of us who keep our vehicles insured.
I live in New York. How can anything tax wise be worse?UGH
Just helped my son register his first car last week. He paid $2200 for the car, 2008 Ford Focus with 118K on the clock. Not bad for a young man on his way to college. First tax - 8% sales tax, so $176 pleaseNext "not a tax" - $128 to register it in the lovely state of New York. And this bill will come back... every two years.Then "NYS Vehicle Inspection" - $28 to get a stupid window sticker that says the car isn't a complete POS... will need another every 12 months.
Try living in CT. Yes, we pay insane real-estate tax based on property values jacked up by the presence of Greenwich and the likes in Fairfield county. All vehicles are also subject to yearly Personal Property tax, determined by NADA value multiplied by the individual town's mil-rate. How un-fair is that? The mil-rate in Westport (another Fairfield cty snooty town) is FAR lower than in Bridgeport (old industrial town in New Haven cty, 20 mi from Westport, kind of Detroit-ish), because the property values are so high they don't need the high mil-multiplier to generate the needed revenue. So a rich mucky-muck in Westport will pay half the personal property tax on any given vehicle compared to a poor working man in Bridgeport. Yes, the Westport guy pays a giant real-estate tax compared to Bridgeport, but he's getting top-notch schools and NICE property for his $$. A vehicle is an inert piece of property that does nothing for the owner except move his ass from one place to another. It has the same NADA value no matter where in the state it is. It should be taxed the SAME regardless of who's ass it's moving around.
Tell me about it .... said the guy from NJ!
At least there's no property tax on boats in CT. My boat collection is safe, for now...Larry
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