How are antique motor vehicles assessed?

Loudoun's local ordinance 860.05, exempts from local taxation as household goods and personal effects, antique motor vehicles, as defined in Section 46.2-100 of the Code of Virginia as amended, which are not used for general transportation purposes.

Additionally, due to the difficult nature of determining the condition of vehicles 25 years or older, antique vehicles as defined in § 46.2-100 which may be used for general transportation purposes as provided in subsection C of Virginia State Code 46.2-730 are assessed in Loudoun at a flat $100 assessment. At the current $4.15 rate, the bill is below the county's collection threshold. The result is no tax bill on vehicles 25 years of age or older.

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1. What type of property is taxable?
2. Which vehicles are subject to the Vehicle Personal Property Tax?
3. Is it possible for the assessed value of my vehicle to be higher this year than it was last year?
4. If my vehicle has been subject to a recent factory recall, will the assessment decrease?
5. Does a new car manufacturer’s rebate reduce the original cost basis of a new vehicle for purposes of personal property tax assessment?
6. If I disagree with the county's assessment of my property, how can the value be changed?
7. What is unusually high mileage?
8. How are taxicabs taxed in Loudoun County?
9. How are antique motor vehicles assessed?
10. How are mobile homes assessed?
11. How are Recreational Vehicles, Motor Homes, and Campers assessed?