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Old 06-16-2021, 06:52 PM   #1
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Moving from Oregon to Nevada with 4 year old motorhome

Can anyone tell me about the “use” tax in Nevada if you bought a new motorhome in Oregon (4 years ago) and want to become a resident of Nevada? It looks to me like you would have to pay a large amount on what is essentially Nevada’s sales tax. Is that on full price, MSRP, current value? Is there an age limit on the vehicle beyond which you don’t have to pay the tax, which I believe is true in Florida?
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I don't know the answer. But if there is an age limitation. And you're within a year or two. I would buy tags from where you currently live for two or 3 years and the switch. Here we can buy 3 year tags if we want to.
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Governmental Services Tax Calculation
Taxes are based on the original Manufacturers Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) set when the vehicle was new.
(NRS Chapter 371)

The MSRP will not change over time regardless of vehicle age or condition. The first calculation is the DMV Valuation of the vehicle, which is 35% of MSRP.
The DMV Valuation is then depreciated 5% after the first year and 10% per year thereafter until it reaches a minimum of 15%. The minimum Governmental Services Tax is $16.00.
The Governmental Services Tax is 4 cents on each $1 of the depreciated DMV Valuation.



EX: MSRP 420,000
Gov Service Tax.... $4410
Registration Fee ... $ 33
**Supplemental Gov. Service Tax ---depending on County

https://dmvapp.nv.gov/dmv/vr/vr_esti...ionResult.aspx
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Having a little trouble calculating, but based on your $420,000 MSRP, what would the fees be when the depreciation reached the base of 15% and would that be for perpetuity?
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420000 x .35 = 147000 (MSRP depreciation)
147000 x .15 = 22050 (minimum Gov Service Fee)
22050 x .04 = 882 plus registration fee plus supplemental county fee (if applicable)

Website comes up with same figure for each year After reaching the 15% minimum
**go to Link and play with the numbers ...that's what I did
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I did, but unfortunately based on our VIN it’s insisting our motorhome is a truck and won’t allow me to proceed beyond even if I designate truck or bus
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I did, but unfortunately based on our VIN it’s insisting our motorhome is a truck and won’t allow me to proceed beyond even if I designate truck or bus
Don't put VIN in...just MSRP, Year & County in Nevada
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I don't know the answer. But if there is an age limitation. And you're within a year or two. I would buy tags from where you currently live for two or 3 years and the switch. Here we can buy 3 year tags if we want to.

Regardless of how long you have a vehicle registered in another state, Nevada requires registering within 90 days.
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Regardless of how long you have a vehicle registered in another state, Nevada requires registering within 90 days.
*New residents must obtain their driver license and vehicle registration within 30 days.

*Certain non-residents also must register their vehicles in Nevada. You must register your vehicle here:
#if your vehicle is operated in Nevada for more than 30 days in a calendar year
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Thanks for the input. We now have a good idea of how much it will cost for our vehicles if we become Nevada residents and compare overall expenses to Oregon.
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