Kentucky House Bill Changing RV Taxation Made Law

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According to the Kentucky RVDA, the organization helped change the law regarding taxation and delivery of towable RVs sold by Kentucky RV dealers to out-of-state residents.

House Bill 360, which includes several tax-related changes, passed in the Kentucky House and Senate this month. It was signed into law by Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear on March 24 and will go into effect Jan. 1, 2024.

The bill expands the definition of a motor vehicle to include RVs. Travel trailers, fifth wheels, and pop-ups will now be taxed as motorized vehicles, removing the delivery requirement to out-of-state residents, the organization said.

On Monday, Summit RV President James Bradley thanked Kentucky dealers, legislators and supporters for helping to enact the change.

Click here to see an unofficial copy of the bill text.


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