I no longer own this motor vehicle or have moved out of state. Do I still have to pay this bill?
You may be entitled to receive a motor vehicle abatement on your auto excise. See below for your situation. You may download Motor Vehicle Abatement Form by clicking on =>Assessing Department => Motor Vehicle Excise => Motor Vehicle Abatement Form

Contact the Assessors for further details.

Vehicle Sold or Traded

You Must Provide: Bill of sale AND plate return receipt from Registry of Motor Vehicle (RMV) or new registration form if plate transferred to another vehicle.

Vehicle Stolen or Total Loss

You Must Provide: Police report or insurance settlement AND plate return receipt, C-19 FORM (Affidavit of Lost or Stolen Plate from RMV) or new registration form.

Vehicle Repossessed

You Must Provide: Notice from lien holder AND plate return receipt, C-19 Form or new registration form.

Vehicle Junked

You Must Provide: Receipt from junk yard AND plate return receipt, C-19 Form or new registration form.

Vehicle Returned (Lemon Law)

You Must Provide: Letter from dealer certifying return AND plate return receipt or new registration form.

Moved Out of State

You Must Provide: Date of move AND Registration from new state or country.

Exemptions

Charitable Organizations; POW's (Prisoner of War); Disabled Veterens(Degrees of disability required); Disabled Persons (Degrees of disability required); Non-Domiciliary Servicepersons.

You Must Provide: Relevant documentation establishing qualifications.

Go to: Motor Vehicle Excise Page

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1. What is the Fiscal 2020 tax rate?
2. How do I change the mailing address on my tax bill(s)?
3. Why is the former owner's name still on my tax bill?
4. Why doesn't my tax bill show a value for my property?
5. How often do assessments change?
6. How do the Assessors determine value?
7. There has been a change in ownership. How do I correct the names on my tax bill(s)?
8. What is personal property tax?
9. I sold my property last year. Why am I still getting a personal property tax bill?
10. As a resident of Provincetown do I qualify for any tax relief?
11. I am a senior citizen who does not qualify for the elderly exemption. Do I qualify for any other assistance?
12. I no longer own this motor vehicle or have moved out of state. Do I still have to pay this bill?
13. I sold my boat. What should I do about my boat excise bill?