Lol, did you expect the DMV to be anything else? Good idea on starting the list.
They have feelings tooI went to the DMV and the retards didn't have a clue about the high mileage sales tax exemption. Therefore, I have started a list (with references so you can print them out and bring them to the DMV) of known state and federal sales tax exemption/credits.
Because it's VW! That's just how they do things. That's why all wagons have been so rare over the years.Great idea! Even though it's not a prius they still sold a lot. VW isn't hurting like Toyota. Considering that there's still almost no stock on wagon TDI I don't know why they don't make more wagons.
Sure they are. It's their second vehicle or this is for people who were waiting to buy and now have an excuse. Since new cars sales are depressed, used car prices are also lower, so the number of cars worth $4500 or less is greater.If you're driving a car whose resale is under about $4000 (otherwise you would would just sell the car yourself instead of junking it), could you even afford a brand new car before the end of the year? Most of the people who have the disposable income to buy a car just because it's on sale probably aren't driving in $4000 cars.
Thanks, confirmed and added to the article. Specifically, the least must be for at least 5 years. I've proofread this article carefully to be as clear as possible. Even still, it's not an offical source so references are all linked.For the record, CARS (the Cash for Clunkers law) does provide for vouchers for leased cars as well, but the lease must be for 5 years.