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Statistical Abstract 2005: Figure 41.1 Tax Collections Generated from Motor Vehicle Sales and Leases Statistical Abstract 2005: Figure 41.1 Tax Collections Generated from Motor Vehicle Sales and Leases Statistical Abstract 2005: Table 41. North Carolina Highway Use Tax Net Collections Statistical Abstract 2005: Table 41. North Carolina Highway Use Tax Net Collections

Statistical Abstract 2005: Figure 2.1 Fifteen-Year Trend in North Carolina General Fund Tax Revenues by Major Sources Statistical Abstract 2005: Figure 2.1 Fifteen-Year Trend in North Carolina General Fund Tax Revenues by Major Sources Statistical Abstract 2005: Table 2. State General Fund: Tax Revenues by Source Statistical Abstract 2005: Table 2. State General Fund: Tax Revenues by Source

Statistical Abstract of North Carolina Taxes 2005

Statistical Abstract 2004: Figure 36.1 Tax Collections Generated from Motor Vehicle Sales and Leases Statistical Abstract 2004: Figure 36.1 Tax Collections Generated from Motor Vehicle Sales and Leases Statistical Abstract 2004: Table 36. North Carolina Highway Use Tax Net Collections Statistical Abstract 2004: Table 36. North Carolina Highway Use Tax Net Collections

Statistical Abstract 2004: Figure 2.1 Fifteen-Year Trend in North Carolina General Fund Tax Revenues by Major Sources Statistical Abstract 2004: Figure 2.1 Fifteen-Year Trend in North Carolina General Fund Tax Revenues by Major Sources Statistical Abstract 2004: Table 2. State General Fund: Tax Revenues by Source Statistical Abstract 2004: Table 2. State General Fund: Tax Revenues by Source

Statistical Abstract of North Carolina Taxes 2004

Motor Vehicle and Lease Rental Tax Return, E-500F

Alternate Highway Use Tax on a Lease or Rental Contract Sold to Another Retailer

This document serves as notice that effective January 1, 2016, the maximum alternate highway use tax on a continuous lease or rental to the same person of a Class A or Class B motor vehicle that is a commercial motor vehicle, as defined in N.C. Gen. Stat. § 20-4.01, and for each recreational vehicle, as defined in N.C. Gen. Stat. § 105-187.1(4), is increased to two thousand dollars ($2,000). The increase in the maximum tax applies to a lease or rental agreement for such motor vehicles entered into on or after January 1, 2016.

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