UPDATE: West Virginia Bill to Exempt Antique Vehicles from Property Tax Passes Senate; Moves to House
DON’T DELAY! Please contact the members of the House Technology and Infrastructure Committee to request support for S.B. 333:
You may use the following points in your message:
- S.B. 333 would exempt all vehicles 25 years old and older from personal property taxes.
- S.B. 333 recognizes that existing antique motor vehicles and classic cars constitute a small portion of the vehicle fleet and are well-maintained, infrequently operated hobby cars and deserving of tax benefits.
- “Antique vehicle” is defined as a vehicle that is 25 years old and older and owned solely as a collector’s item. “Classic car” is defined as a vehicle that is 25 years old and older and registered annually as an everyday vehicle and used for general transportation.
Overview: Legislation (S.B. 333) has been introduced in West Virginia to exempt vehicles 25 years old and older from personal property taxes. The bill passed the Senate and now awaits consideration in the House Technology and Infrastructure Committee.