DMV: Sales Tax for Military Personnel

Sales Tax for Military Personnel 
 
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Members of the United States armed forces who are residents of Connecticut are subject to a 6.35% (7.75% for vehicles over $50,000) sales and use tax
 
Members of the United States armed forces on full-time active duty in Connecticut who are residents of another state may purchase motor vehicles from a licensed Connecticut motor vehicle dealer at a reduced sales tax rate of 4.5%.  Purchases can also be made jointly with the military members spouse. To obtain the reduced tax rate the military member must complete the Department of Revenue Services (DRS) form CERT-135 and submit to the Connecticut licensed dealer with other required documents as mentioned on the CERT-135
 
Military members who purchase a vehicle from an out-of-state dealer must submit the completed CERT-135 form and other required documents to the DMV at the time of registration. 
 
 
 




Content Last Modified on 3/30/2017 2:59:54 PM