What happens if I don't pay my taxes?

The Treasurer utilizes several methods for collection of delinquent taxes, including, but not limited to, tax liens, distress warrants and withholding state vehicle registration renewal with the Department of Motor Vehicles as well as debt set off of your state income tax return or lottery winnings. (See §§58.1-3919, 58.1-3941, 58.1-3952, 58.1-520 thru 58.1-534, 58.1-4026 and §46.2-752(J), Code of Virginia).

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1. What are personal property taxes?
2. Am I required to pay personal property taxes if I am active duty military?
3. When are personal property taxes due?
4. What is a DMV Stop?
5. What procedures are followed when I no longer reside in Norfolk?
6. Who do I notify when I sell or dispose of my vehicle?
7. What is the current tax rate for personal property?
8. What is the license fee showing up on my bill?
9. What if I have a question concerning the assessment (i.e., high mileage, body damage, etc.) of my vehicle?
10. How are penalty and interest calculated on a delinquent tax bill?
11. I recently moved to Norfolk; how do I register my vehicle?
12. What is business tangible personal property tax?
13. How are personal property taxes assessed?
14. What happens if I don't pay my taxes?
15. If I want to pay in person, where do I go?
16. What is the Personal Property Tax Relief Act and does my vehicle qualify for Car Tax Relief?
17. How do I Return to the Commissioner of Revenue Home Page?