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Old 08-15-2017, 10:02 PM   #21
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In PA
Expedition $36.00 per year
TT $12.00 per year
X2 Here in Harrisburg, PA

Hi BedRck46 from just down 283 , 83 North and 81 North to Linglestown, PA
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Old 08-15-2017, 10:30 PM   #22
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2000 a year for the truck and trailer was 400 or so. Canada B.c. stands for bring cash...
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Old 08-16-2017, 02:44 AM   #23
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Virginia here.

Don't have my truck in front of me. However, for my 23RB which I got in June of 2017, the sales tax was $684.71. Titling Fee was $10.00. Permanent personalized plates was $110. (One time plate charge equaled $100 and one time personalized plate charge equaled $10.)

In the spring of 2018 I will get a county personal property tax bill, but don't know how much it will be.
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Old 08-16-2017, 05:01 AM   #24
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In Quebec the trailer is a permanent plate you pay once when it is purchased. Was less than 200. But my Yukon Denali cost what I thought was expensive over 1000.00 not sure what I will pay the second yr . The government came up with what they call a ( luxury tax) and added it to the plate that is price based on the engine size. But reading what others pay I guess I should just be happy I can afford what we are charged

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Old 08-16-2017, 06:11 AM   #25
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In NY state, the vehicle registration fee is based on vehicle type and weight, and depends on county of residence. For your truck listed in your post, the fee would be ROUGHLY $180-190 for 2 years (2-year registration is required), and for your trailer it is $5.39 for each 500 pounds or portion of 500 pounds, so for a 8000 GVWR pound trailer, would be ROUGHLY $86 per year. (Believe me, NY State gets you in other ways, but vehicle registration fees are pretty reasonable).
Don't let Cuomo see what other states pay, he might get an new idea how to get the 350 million he wants to spend to light the bridges
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Old 08-16-2017, 06:18 AM   #26
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Don't let Cuomo see what other states pay, he might get an new idea how to get the 350 million he wants to spend to light the bridges
He probably doesn't know that PA's gas tax is higher than NY for the time being. Our states seem to fight for the honor of having the highest in the nation. For now, we are winning........Yea!
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Old 08-16-2017, 07:02 AM   #27
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One note to NYS registrations for trailers is that they are Jan 1st to Dec 31st and prorated based on the total months you register for. I wait until the last day before we hit the road and carry the temp with me the first trip.

It knocks off about $50.00 waiting until April/May when we start. Also we need a $6.00 state inspection which is a light and brake check. I drive though the dealer to do this, but any service station issuing inspections can perform.

Sales tax is collected on all vehicle/trailer purchases upon the first registration at DMV for prevailing county rate unless you buy from a NYS Reg Dealer who collects at purchase. Depending on how many times the vehicle or trailer changes hands within the state they could collect tens of thousands on one unit! Does not matter where you bought it, you need to register it eventually in NYS.

Sometimes trade in is better than private due to sales taxes being north of 8% on avg in the state.
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It used to be way more reasonable. In Colorado all tax increases have to be approved by voters. So the good ex governor Ritter calls license plate taxes "fees" to bypass voters and quadrupled the rates. The worst part is our roads are still garbage.


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That makes sense, they are trying to get around TABOR law.
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Old 08-16-2017, 07:40 AM   #29
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I only wish my fees had been that low as you guys are posting. In Castle Rock CO My 17 Ram 3500 was well over $5k with sales tax and owners tax etc first year 8% sales tax and 2% owners tax which is based on 85% of the MSRP not the sales price plus other incidental registration fees here. The trailer was over 3k first year with sales tax and owners tax. Second year on the trailer was over $700. The registration fees are graduated with age but it takes like 10 years to get to the bottom rung.
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Jesus! WOW!
I thought we had it bad here in Texas BUT cars and trucks are around $60-$70 a year.
My BBQ pit trailer is slightly less at $50. Don't know yet what TT will be but I expect around $50 or so.

Now we do pay tax title and license at purchase and I don't know what that was when I bought the TT but I think our sales tax for vehicles is 4%.
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