Did you know that if you purchase a used vehicle, the tax office will calculate the value of the vehicle and charge you taxes on their value and not what you paid for it (unless you paid more than their value comes out to)?
If you want to get around this, contact an adjuster and get a certified tax value. You can save hundreds off of used private auto sales tax!
I will have to keep that in mind. Do you know what the state typically uses to value a vehicle? NADA, Kelly’s, etc?
The State uses a publication called Price Digests, and they do have a site where you can plug in your vehicle information and determine the value that they will use. . . the site is: