I like this sound of this:
“I think one of the more fair approaches to a short-term tax cut is to eliminate or reduce the ad valorem tax on people’s cars,” state Rep. Mark Burkhalter (R-Alpharetta) told the House after it unanimously reelected him speaker pro tem Monday. “Rich and poor, north and south Georgia, they pay that owners tax on their birthday. And I just think it is flat wrong.”
Burkhalter says he is considering proposing car tax exemptions of $15,000, $20,000 or $25,000.
The tax cut would work like this: Motorists would still pay their local governments car taxes. But the state would send the motorists rebate checks.