No, as of 2005 Nevada does not tax private-party vehicle sales, but only if the buyer is a legal resident of the state.
The sales tax on a camper from a private party in the state of Minnesota will depend upon how much the camper is being purchased for. In 2013, the sales tax rate is 6.875%.
Whatever the state tax is IN CALIF ITS 8.5%
Yes you do.
Nevada residents do not pay sales tax on privately purchased used cars when purchased in NV. However, I can find nothing at the DMV site that describes an out of state private purchase scenario, so you will have to call the DMV in NV to get them to clarify it.
yes and no. If you purchase a used car from a dealer, yes you pay tax. If you purchase the car from a private seller, you don't have to pay sales tax.
Not in Washington State...However sales tax laws very by state.
No you do not. Sales tax is what businesses use to pay to the state. It's the "state's share" on a taxable item. A private party seller is not a business, so legally they cannot charge a sales tax. For example they cannot sell a car for $2,000 plus tax. However, you WILL have to pay a use tax when you go to the DMV to register your vehicle. The use tax is basically the same exact rate as sales tax. The state will tax you anyway they can.
If you are a GA resident, you do not have to pay sales tax as long is it is a private seller, even if out of state private seller.
When you go to transfer title from the seller to you, all taxes will be collected at that time. In my state the answer is yes, you will pay sales tax.
Yes, when you transfer the vehicle to your name, you will pay the taxes in the state you register the vehicle in.
Depends on the state you are in. Pick up your phone book and call the state motor vehicle dept office in your town, or in some states the county clerk does it, or here in NH it's the town clerk. In GA, you don't pay sales tax if a private party; only dealer sales are subject to sales tax. Or maybe they closed that loophole by now.