What is a DMV Stop?

In accordance with Virginia State Code §46.2-752(J), the Treasurer has the authority to withhold state registrations for vehicles owned, or co-owned, by you until all delinquent personal property taxes are paid in full. In addition, an administrative fee in the amount of $30.00, and a DMV Stop fee in the amount of $25.00, will be imposed upon you and each owner to cover the cost of this enforcement action. If your account(s) get flagged with a DMV Stop, you will NOT be permitted to pay by personal check.

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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?