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Old 04-29-2013, 09:28 PM   #43
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We paid $19K in Arizona for taxes on our new RV. The Reg and Plates are over $4500 per year. We are retiring in June and taking up Residence in South Dakota, it will be $500/yr for Reg and Plates.
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Old 04-29-2013, 09:33 PM   #44
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Here in Alabama no personal property tax on rv per year. Paid sales tax of about 3% on sale price and tag is based on 20,000 lbs which was $136.
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Old 05-06-2013, 06:55 PM   #45
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I live in York County, VA. York County has a personal property tax rate of $4/$100 value or 4%. So keeping my current RV in the county I reside in costs me about $430/month. However, I drive it 13 miles into the city of Hampton, VA to store it and the tax rate is $0.000001/$100 value or just about FREE. I decided to store the RV in Hampton.

This made me curious about what tax rates are being paid in different areas. What location and tax rate do you have?
Wow, this has made me consider another MH cost as we look into purchasing a new MH. Will have to check into NH MH taxes ( our prop taxes are high enough!). But a "personal property" tax only on a MH? What about other personal property someone owns -like tools, appliances, books, computers? Thank you for the eye opening discussion!
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Old 05-06-2013, 08:30 PM   #46
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As mentioned on several reply's Florida has no Annual personal preperty tax on MH nor no state tax on income. Personally I would never live in ANY county or State that charged those fees.
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Old 05-06-2013, 08:52 PM   #47
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I live in Georgia and we pay a yearly Ad-Velorum tax on all vehicles plus the cost of the tag. In the twelve years I paid about $10,000 in takes for the honor to tag my motorhome in Georgia plus all my other vehicles. When I bought my new to me Monico I decided to tag in Florida but due to the stupidity of the dealer in Florida I ended up tagging the first year in Georgia. I have a condo in Daytona and an RV lot in River Ranch Florida so I thought I could use the condo address to tag my motorhome. When I went to the DMV in Florida I found out all I needed was proof of insurance that was accepted by Florida and I did (Gilbert Insurance). You do not have give an address other than your home state address to tag a motorhome in Florida they consider your motorhome your home in Florida. It cost me $400.00 to register my motorhome and tag my motorhome the first year much better than the $1200.00 it was going to cost me in Georgia. The tag will be about $60.00 here after and they use my Georgia address to mail me the tags. I also registered my new Harley in Florida for another large savings. For all of you that winter in the greatest state of Florida I would suggest you do the same if you are paying high taxes in your home state. The DMV in Lake Wales was very nice and made the transfer so easy. I'm a happy camper.
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Old 05-06-2013, 09:11 PM   #48
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I've not heard anyone talking about Ohio. Sorry if I missed it. Low insurance rates, the only yearly government cost is about $50 for plates, that's it! Its really hard to beat.
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Old 05-06-2013, 10:06 PM   #50
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Here in Alabama no personal property tax on rv per year.
Alabama has stopped charging Ad Valorem tax on motor vehicles ??? It was pretty significant when I lived there a few years ago ...and was a significant reason I did not keep residency there during the last years of my military service.

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No, it is not just on RVs. It is paid on any motor vehicle. Due to the cost of an rv, that can be a pretty significant number on newer rv's.
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I've not heard anyone talking about Ohio. Sorry if I missed it. Low insurance rates, the only yearly government cost is about $50 for plates, that's it! Its really hard to beat.
Yes I live in Ohio also and the sales tax is 5% to the state, plus 1% to 2.75% additional to the county, depending on what county you reside in. This tax is one time at purchase. The highest county rates are the metro counties that have the cities (Cleveland Columbus Cincinnati Dayton). After that the plates cost about $50 per year No personal property tax except for businesses.
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No personal property tax here in Louisiana. We're in the top 10 states for retirement too.
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$150/2 yr registration, no PPT, no sales tax in Anchorage...Oh, yeah...no state income tax...

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Old 05-07-2013, 11:24 AM   #54
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$430 a month ? Did you mean a year ?
Nope. I believe you read that right. Used to live in Roanoke County, Virginia where personal property tax on the motorhome would have been about $3500 per year... and it's not a high dollar rig. Before nightfall, the motorhome was out of the county and out of the Commonwealth of Virginia... headed for our new domicile in South Dakota. There were other reasons for moving to South Dakota, mind you, but keeping $3500 in my pocket instead of giving it to the government is always a good thing.

PS: For whose who think I should have paid my "fair share" for using roads in Virginia, I won't be using ANYTHING in Virginia. They choose to tax heavily, I choose to not return.
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I guess I'm making out like a bandit then, living in Oregon. There is no sales tax and no Property tax but they do get you on the registration, they charge by the foot unless you are like me and a Disabled Veteran and put your Disabled Plates on your MH and then you don't ever have to register them again and pay nothing but the tag transfer fee Oh yeah if you have a gasser then you have to get it DEQ'd(smog checked) I think I will always keep an address here.
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PS: For whose who think I should have paid my "fair share" for using roads in Virginia, I won't be using ANYTHING in Virginia. They choose to tax heavily, I choose to not return.

I'm with you, Blang...the only reason I go back to California now & then, is to visit my relatives and remind myself of why I got the heck out of there!
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