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Old 01-23-2012, 07:42 AM   #1
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States without excise/property tax on vehicles

I am looking for a list of states that do not charge "excise tax" also known as "property tax" on motor vehicles.

I know of Florida and New York so far that do not impose this annual tax. I am not talking about sales tax.

If you know any others please add them. Thank you.
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Old 01-23-2012, 07:44 AM   #2
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Other than fixed real estate, Texas does not tax personal property, nor does it have an income tax.

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Old 01-23-2012, 07:51 AM   #3
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No income tax in Fl. as long as we're discussing it
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Old 01-23-2012, 07:57 AM   #4
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Everything you ever wanted to know about state taxation Taxes by State

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Old 01-23-2012, 11:59 AM   #5
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SD has no annual tax on RVs and the registration is reasonable.
Plates for my car and motor home together is about $190 per year. No income tax , 3% sales tax on vehicles. No inspection stickers.
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Old 01-23-2012, 12:56 PM   #6
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Thank you, but I don't see where the "taxes by state" link Taxes by State shows specifically whether vehicles are taxed as property.
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Other than fixed real estate, Texas does not tax personal property, nor does it have an income tax.

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yes and I will add...if your a veteran with 50% or more disabilty you can get free dl and your first vehicle ( usually the heaviest) has a tag of 3 dollars

the rule allows one tag at the 3 dollar then each tagged vehicle afterward gets the special plate but the cost is normal
we lived in fl a long long time and cant say anything bad either
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check out oregon. no sales or excise tax
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But high home property taxes, and state income tax :(, vehicle registrations somewhat decent, though for rv's its based on the overall length of the unit, not your floor plan.
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check out oregon. no sales or excise tax
But they will sure get you on state income tax!!! I had a neighbor who mo ved to OR because of no sales tax. He whined for years!
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In VA, it's a county by county thing. Where I live they are taxed. Two counties north they are not.
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But they will sure get you on state income tax!!! I had a neighbor who mo ved to OR because of no sales tax. He whined for years!
Depends on your income level. Still cheaper than sales tax, license tax, and all the other taxes that some states impose on you
License fees is all you have to worry about in Oregon as far as vehicles are concerned. If you are retired, then what income you have is taxable. But again depending on your income level you can potentially pay zero state taxes each year.
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I'm in Texas and it was $4 per vehicle up to two vehicles for DV plates, and the third is regular price. That is my county.

You can bet the first vehicle was the MH, second was the TOAD.

I let DW pay for her car full price. (Hee hee!)
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No property tax on vehicles in OH.

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