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Old 06-26-2015, 06:50 PM   #15
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Those fees are suppose to be between 50-100 bucks I guess we will wait till OP clarifies the post.
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Old 06-27-2015, 04:51 AM   #16
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Those fees are suppose to be between 50-100 bucks I guess we will wait till OP clarifies the post.

Yup ...I think the OP is referring to combined fees/taxes. Registration, ad valorem, heavy vehicle, etc.
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Per my tax bill I just received:

Transportation Funding Act of 2015 (HB 170).
Highway impact fees - All vehicles
15500 to 26000 lbs - $50
26001 lbs and over - $100
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Aren't I lucky that the registration people screwed up and put my 38 ft Mountain Aire down as 12000 pounds. Lol
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Rather than a road tax possibly GA should consider raising their gas and fuel taxes.
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Rather than a road tax possibly GA should consider raising their gas and fuel taxes.
Those are going up also
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Those are going up also
Hopefully, GA will raise them high enough to eliminate their unfair road tax.
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Rather than a road tax possibly GA should consider raising their gas and fuel taxes.
Our good governor did starting 7/1 20 cents a gallon that should help boost the economy.
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They now check the VIN when you do you registration renewal.
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I think you have the information wrong on road tax and ad valorem taxes.
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I think you have the information wrong on road tax and ad valorem taxes.
Please clarifi what's wrong.
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The other side of it is that my TT and your MH probably put a lot more wear on the road than a honda Civic...

That part of the equation is supposed to be covered by fuel taxes, the more fuel you burn, the more money you pay.
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