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BigMeatballDave
06-21-2007, 03:18 AM
Sure-Oz's thread made me wonder what other states charge(assrape)you for drivers license and plates.

In Ohio, its $25 for an operators, every 4 years. For plates, its $70 for trucks(non-commercial) and I think $50 for passenger vehicles. Annually. Also, there is no personal property tax on motor vehicles here. I recall Mo. had that when I lived there.

HemiEd
06-21-2007, 04:08 AM
Sure-Oz's thread made me wonder what other states charge(assrape)you for drivers license and plates.

In Ohio, its $25 for an operators, every 4 years. For plates, its $70 for trucks(non-commercial) and I think $50 for passenger vehicles. Annually. Also, there is no personal property tax on motor vehicles here. I recall Mo. had that when I lived there.
Tags are cheap here in Illinois, compared to Kansas. $78 for anything, no personal property tax on cars. Kansas punishes you for owning a newer car, Illinois makes up for it on RealEstate tax. I used to pay about double in Kansas to renew my tags vs. the realestate tax on my home. Here in Illinois I could buy a fairly nice car with my annual realestate taxes.

Guru
06-21-2007, 04:49 AM
Yep, I just paid $22 for my drivers license renewal. This Oct I will have to pay over $175 in tags and taxes for my two vehicles that are a 95 Geo Prizm and a 98 Plymouth Voyager.

Not in a hurry to get new vehicles.

Donger
06-21-2007, 04:58 AM
$758 for the little sticker in Colorado.

Saggysack
06-21-2007, 05:12 AM
I honestly don't know the exact amount. Maybe 300 for tags and personal property taxes on 2 vehicles. Drivers license renewal is every 6yrs in KS IIRC, minimal amount. Whatever it is though, I'm positive it's cheaper than a ticket for driving without a license.

DaKCMan AP
06-21-2007, 05:15 AM
Around $80 for a personalized vanity plate.

Baconeater
06-21-2007, 07:00 AM
In Nebraska-

Driver's license: $25 last time I got it renewed

Auto license: There is personal property tax, and it depends on the value of the car. My '94 Caravan is around $70, the wife's '98 Camry is around $120. Commercial trucks are a little more, but I'm not sure how much, maybe $20. You also have to pay 7% sales tax the first time you license a vehicle.

Sure-Oz
06-21-2007, 08:38 AM
it cost me $58 for my dl plate renewel, 2 years.

ENDelt260
06-21-2007, 08:53 AM
In Arizona your drivers license doesn't expire until your 65th birthday. I don't remember what I paid for my first one when I moved here... but since it's good for over 40 years, I'm pretty sure it was a steal.

As for the vehicle...

2) How much does it cost to title and register my vehicle?
It varies depending on the vehicle. There is a $4.00 title fee; an $8.00 registration fee; plus an air quality research fee of $1.50; and a vehicle license tax (VLT) assessed in place of a personal property tax charged by other states. There may also be a weight fee for commercial vehicles and other fees. The VLT is based on an assessed value of 60% of the manufacturer's base retail price reduced by 16.25% for each year since the vehicle was first registered in Arizona (15% before 8/1/98). Then, as of the Dec 1, 2000 reduction, the rate is calculated as $2.80 (new vehicles)/$2.89 (used vehicles) for each $100 of the assessed value. For example, for a new vehicle that costs $25,000, the first year assessed value would be $15,000 and the VLT would be $420.00. The second year the assessed value would be $12,562.50 and the VLT would be $363.06.

For a mobile home the title fee is $7.00. No other mobile home fees are payable to MVD.

DaFace
06-21-2007, 09:50 AM
Just got my tags transferred to Colorado, and it wasn't any worse than Kansas. Cost me around $95 for a 7-year-old car.

Dunit35
06-21-2007, 10:05 AM
Next April, I will be transferring my license to Oklahoma and putting my truck under my name instead of my dad. I'll also get a Oklahoma license and insurence.