I am in the military; do I have to pay personal property taxes?
If your legal domicile is Virginia, your vehicle(s) is/are subject to personal property taxes from the locality where you are registered regardless of where the vehicle is garaged during your active military service. If your vehicle is titled in Virginia, but your legal domicile is not in Virginia, your vehicle is not subject to Virginia property taxes. A copy of a current LES statement is required to absolve any liability to Virginia. This policy only applies to vehicles registered/titled to active military personnel.

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1. What is considered individual personal property?
2. How do I file an individual personal property return? What is the filing deadline?
3. I am a new resident to New Kent County. How do I register with the county?
4. I am moving out of New Kent County. What do I need to do?
5. I am planning to dispose of my vehicle. What do I need to do?
6. Do I need to register a leased vehicle with New Kent County?
7. I am in the military; do I have to pay personal property taxes?
8. I own an antique vehicle with antique/vintage restricted tags, do I have to register this vehicle?
9. My spouse and I are separated and our vehicle is jointly owned. Who is responsible for the personal property taxes?
10. How do you determine the assessment on a vehicle?
11. When are personal property taxes due? Where do I send payements? How much did I pay in taxes last year?
12. Does New Kent County offer a discount for vehicles with high mileage?
13. Why do I need to file for the high mileage discount every year?
14. How do I contact DMV to update my vehicle information?
15. When will I stop paying personal property tax?