Georgia one-time Ad Valorem Tax

Georgia now has a one-time Ad Valorem Tax for vehicles purchased after 3/1/2013.  It is based on the value of the vehicle, but it is now paid at the time of purchase in lieu of sales tax.  Is this one-time AVT deductible?

    I searched online. It's a news story, so take it for what it's worth. It says no.

    • Note that it claims that the title tax will not be allowed as a deduction as the AD VALOREM tax was.  That's correct, it's not a personal property tax.

      It didn't say whether or not it is a sales tax.
    • I read the same thing thanks

    This thread is do NOT put in ad valorem area, correct?  Can be put in sales tax area, right?

    • Right
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