Like MOST US States, there is no requirement or provision to "register" ordinary firearms. Dealers must maintain a record of all firearms sales at their place of business for 20 years.
If you're buying a car out of state, you'll pay sales tax when you register the car in your home state. Most dealers can handle registrations in other states, too.
There are dealers that only sale used rv's.
Sales tax on a car in Georgia is based on the county you live. Does not matter what county you buy it in. If you live in another state and buy the car in GA some dealers will not collect the tax for your state. However when you register the car your state will collect the taxes owed.
yes they do it.
You generally pay sales tax to the dealer in the new case of a new car or to the DMV when you register in the case of a used car.
According to a google search, there are two truck dealers having huge sales. Earnhardt Ford is one, and Henry Brown Buick GMC is the second.
There are many car dealers in Canada, I don't believe that Canada keeps count, but you could speak with your Canadian government about it. They may be able to assist you. This year statistics Canada publiushed the results of a new vehicles sales survey. This puts the number of NEW car dealers at 3,600
Multiple dealers have confirmed with me that the sales tax on automobiles is 3% in New Mexico. It is not the same as the general sales tax.
Yes. Many car dealerships, including Chevy dealers, offer Memorial Day sales. Some sales even last throughout the weekend or the following week. Your best bet is to call around and see what the current deals are.
Private sales of used cars pay only the PST. Used cars bought from Dealers pay both PST/GST (the dealers are providing a service - go figure).
Information about used BMW sales can be found at a variety of authorized dealers , depending on one's location. The BMW website offers a list of authorized dealers and their contact information on their official website.
Many states (California and Louisiana among them) have "use taxes" equal to the sales tax if you buy a car out of state and want to register it in your home state. This is old-fashioned protectionism for the state's car dealers and the state, who would otherwise lose sales (and taxes) because people bought cars in another state where the prices and taxes were lower. Some states reduce the amount to less than the total sales tax, but will still charge higher fees to register out-of-state vehicles.
Not at the post office. Collectible stamps sold by stamp dealers would be subject to sales tax like any other retail sales.
You will pay sales tax where you register the vehicle. Last time I checked Florida has sales tax...
You pay the sales tax for the state in which you're going to register your car.
sales associates (cash register, floor sales etc.) get paid $7.50/hr.
Some of the car dealers in Utah that would offer a Toyota for sale would include Platinum Auto Sales, Karl Malone Auto Sales, Brent Brown Toyota, Mark Miller Toyota, and Larry H. Miller Auto Sales.
Ask the dealers or got to the website. They might be able to help you out.
There are a few Canadian auto dealers that have used Jeeps for sale. Some of the those dealers include 'Riverside Auto Sales' in Ontario and the 'Canadian Auto Mall' also in Ontario.
A sales agent is responsible for assisting customers and answering phone calls. They may also work a register, answer emails, and cleaning the sales floor.
Sales Tax is imposed by State and Local government. Sales tax provides around 11 percent of state tax revenue (on average).
Chrysler dealers are harder to find than they used to be, now that the company has decided to scale back its production--and thus its sales--there are fewer dealers.
Sales tax is generally paid to the county or city in which you register the vehicle.