- Max HooplaLv 71 month ago
There is no way for us to know
- cynic47Lv 61 month ago
Yes, towns in CT have a personal property tax on cars you own. The state reports registration information to the towns, and the town bills the owner each year. This is similar to paying property tax on land and buildings, but separately billed at a different rate.
- .Lv 71 month ago
What do you mean by car taxes?
You have a 6.35 percent sales tax or 7.75 for vehicles over 50K. The renewal fee for a passenger registration is $80 for two years plus $10 for the Clean Air Act fee. The fee to transfer plates to a different vehicle is $21, plus a title fee of $25.
Connecticut law does not require annual safety inspections of all vehicles registered in the state.
Was there some other tax or fee you're asking about?