How to remove a vehicle from the tax roll

If you have gotten rid of, or plan to get rid of a vehicle, the state of Kentucky requires you to submit documentation in order to have the vehicle taken off of your tax roll. Depending on what you did with the vehicle we will need different forms of documentation. Please remember, if you owned the vehicle on January 1, you will owe the taxes for that whole year. If you have already accrued deliquent taxes on a vehicle that is no longer in your posession we will be able to take them out with the proper documentation.

Did you sell or trade it out of of state?

Did you junk the vehicle? (please note: you will need to junk the title at the county clerk's office)

Was the vehicle reposssessed?

Was the vehicle lost in bankruptcy?

 

Did you sell or trade it out of of state?

Please provide one of the following items:

  •  A copy of the Buyer's Order from the dealer
  • A copy of the KY title signed front and back and showing who it was sold to and their address
  • A letter from your insurance company showing then when the coverage was dropped for that vehicle. It must be on the insurance company's letterhead and include the year, make, model, VIN and the date the vehicle was taken off of the policy (please note: An insurance letter stating an entire policy was canceled completely or a letter stating coverage was dropped due to non-payment is not sufficient.)
  • If the vehicle went to Ohio or Florida, you can check their websites to see if the vehicle was transferred there. If so, please print out the documentation.

            Ohio's Website

            Florida's Website

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 Did you junk the vehicle? (please note: you will need to junk the title at the county clerk's office)

Please provide one of the following items:

  • A receipt from the junkyard
  • A letter from your insurance company showing then when the coverage was dropped for that vehicle. It must be on the insurance company's letterhead and include the year, make, model, VIN and the date the vehicle was taken off of the policy (please note: An insurance letter stating an entire policy was canceled completely or a letter stating coverage was dropped due to non-payment is not sufficient.)

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Was the vehicle reposssessed?

We will need dated documentation of when the lienholder took back posession of the vehicle. 

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Was the vehicle lost in bankruptcy?

We will need dated documentation of when the lienholder took back posession of the vehicle. 

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