If a car is owned by a trust, does it have to be registered as a commercial vehicle, or can it be considered a personal vehicle?
Since commercial vehicles have much higher tax rates, this has tax implications.
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I would think that most if not all US states would not consider a vehicle owned by an individual trust a commercial vehicle. While there may be some commercial entities that are classified as a "trust", a trust meant to hold assets on behalf of one or more individuals (for estate planning purposes, for example) should not be considered a "commercial" entity.