May I appeal the value?

The owner of a vehicle may appeal the appraised value of the vehicle by filing a request for appeal (Gaston County Motor Vehicle Appeal Form (PDF)) with the Tax Office within 30 days of the date the taxes are due. An owner who appeals the appraised value must pay the tax on the vehicle when due, subject to a full or partial refund if the appeal is decided in the owner’s favor.

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1. What is a licensed motor vehicle?
2. How is the value of a vehicle determined?
3. May I appeal the value?
4. Who pays the taxes on a leased vehicle?
5. Is interest charged on late payments?
6. Will I receive a tax refund or owe additional tax if I transfer my license plate to another vehicle during the year?
7. When can I apply for a refund of vehicle property taxes paid?
8. My Tax & Tag Combined notice shows taxes for a city or fire district that I do not live in. What do I do to get this corrected?
9. My Tax & Tag Combined notice shows taxes for a county I do not live in?
10. I received a Tax & Tag Combined notice on a vehicle that I've already sold. What do I do?
11. How can I get a record of the taxes I paid on a registered vehicle?
12. What is a Gap Property Tax Notice and how are taxes calculated?
13. I paid taxes when I tagged the vehicle, so why did I receive a Gap Property Tax Notice?
14. Do I have to pay taxes on a vehicle that is not working?