2010 Florida Statutes
Use taxes of vehicle dealers.
Use taxes of vehicle dealers.—
Each motor vehicle dealer who is required by s. 320.08(12) to purchase one or more dealer license plates shall pay an annual use tax of $27 for each dealer license plate purchased under that subsection, in addition to the license tax imposed by that subsection. The use tax shall be for the year for which the dealer license plate was purchased.
There shall be no additional tax imposed by this chapter for the use of a dealer license plate for which, after July 1, 1987, a dealer use tax has been paid under this section. This exemption shall apply to the time period before the sale or any other disposition of the vehicle throughout the year for which the dealer license plate required by s. 320.08(12) is purchased.
Unless otherwise exempted by law, a motor vehicle dealer who loans a vehicle to any person at no charge shall accrue use tax based on the annual lease value as determined by the United States Internal Revenue Service’s Automobile Annual Lease Value Table.
Notwithstanding the provisions of a motor vehicle rental agreement, no sales or use tax and no rental car surcharge pursuant to s. 212.0606 shall accrue to the use of a motor vehicle provided at no charge to a person whose motor vehicle is being repaired, adjusted, or serviced by the entity providing the replacement motor vehicle.
s. 5, ch. 87-99; s. 6, ch. 97-99; s. 5, ch. 98-342.