Personal property taxes that you pay for your car are entered under the car registration fees section. Enter the portion of your fee that is based on the value of your car. Contact your state's DMV if you are unsure of the amount based on value. Only this amount is deductible.
You are correct that only boats, planes, RV's, motorcycles personal property taxes section, but entries in both sections flow to the same line on your schedule A (line7) as one total.
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I am not looking for sales tax or registration fees. I should be able to enter taxes paid annually on a vehicle to a town as a property tax. I can do that for a plane or boat or motor home, but car is not mentioned.
All taxes paid to a state or local government get reported under "Car Registration Fees".
Car registration fees are not wholly deductible. Only the tax portion of the fee is deductible. If you have to pay an additional tax in order to operate your car in your locality, you should add it to any amounts paid for taxes to the state and report the combined number under "Car Registration Fees".