Half the counties in USA charge personal property tax on car. That is OK, but recently my county is appraising my car at a very high price and the reply from the county is that
Since there is no used market data information for new model year vehicles, these are not listed in NADA. In these cases, we assess at 95% in the first year and 90% for second year models
But the issue is that, on car, even after it being at 95%, they are close to drive out price that include sales tax etc. My question is if I should send them my purchase receipt that shows the sell price and then ask them to fix it or forget it.
I happened to buy this car at significant discount from MSRP ( about 5k)