Which vehicles are subject to the Vehicle Personal Property Tax?

A vehicle has situs for taxation in Loudoun County if it is garaged, stored or parked in the county for more than 60 days or registered to a Loudoun County address with the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles. This includes vehicles that do not run, and vehicles garaged in another state if Virginia registration is maintained. When a vehicle ceases to be registered in Virginia and/or becomes registered elsewhere, supporting documentation may be sent to our office by fax to 703-777-0263 or by e-mail. Our office will review and adjust your vehicle’s ending tax liability date in Loudoun County based on the information provided. Virginia Code Section 58.1-3511 specifies when a vehicle is subject to assessment for personal property taxes.

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1. What type of property is taxable?
2. Which vehicles are subject to the Vehicle Personal Property Tax?
3. Is it possible for the assessed value of my vehicle to be higher this year than it was last year?
4. If my vehicle has been subject to a recent factory recall, will the assessment decrease?
5. Does a new car manufacturer’s rebate reduce the original cost basis of a new vehicle for purposes of personal property tax assessment?
6. If I disagree with the county's assessment of my property, how can the value be changed?
7. What is unusually high mileage?
8. How are taxicabs taxed in Loudoun County?
9. How are antique motor vehicles assessed?
10. How are mobile homes assessed?
11. How are Recreational Vehicles, Motor Homes, and Campers assessed?