What if my motor vehicle’s assessed value is more than I could sell it for?

The value for excise tax purposes is mandated by law to be the clean retail value as determined by the Rhode Island Vehicle Value Commission (see RIGL 44-34-9 and RIGL 44-34-11). This determination is made by using the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Used Car Guide and other recognized pricing guides. Condition, mileage or so-called market value of individual cars is NOT a consideration in determining value for excise tax purposes.

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  • Deborah Kuster
    It could be! But you will do nothing about this. When the question now arises in my head of whether my works that I have already completed for customers at http://www.writingsmyessays.com/ value is more than I was paid, I feel very upset with it! But I would not complain, because the salary is quiet good.