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- August 6, 2008 at 9:34 pm #126532AnonymousInactive
A new law is being proposed in WA that would tax you based on your engine displacement and CO2 emission. I am just suprised CA did not think of first. :cursing: Damn politicians.August 12, 2008 at 4:06 am #130163AnonymousGuestMax;5383 wrote:This is a regular thing in Europe.
I have no idea how the tax is assessed in CA, I just pay it 🙂
It is unfortunate that this is my first post since I have been browsing the board for over a month now. However, this post intrigued me. My wife has a 1986 Ford Mustang with a 5.0l motor in it. Do you know if this applies to classic vehicles as well? We are going to be registering it as a classic vehicle in Las Vegas, NV and plan on moving to Washington in a couple of years and wanted to clarify if we needed to invest more into the vehicle than we had already planned.August 17, 2008 at 1:32 am #130164AnonymousGuestfbody_mike;5371 wrote:http://apps.leg.wa.gov/documents/billdocs/2007-08/Pdf/Bills/Senate%20Bills/6900.pdf
A new law is being proposed in WA that would tax you based on your engine displacement and CO2 emission. I am just suprised CA did not think of first. :cursing: Damn politicians.
You can thank Tim Iman for that one up there in Washington. Several years ago he succesfully pettitioned to lower the registration fee to a flat rate. Seemed like a nice idea and all, and who wouldnt get behind it right? Well it made the ballot and was passed.. problem was it didnt identify where that lost revenue was going to be made up. So since then, WA has had to get creative about things.
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