Ohio Report for Monday, March 30, 2015

ODT Says Sales Tax Exemption For ‘Loaner Vehicles' Could Cost State Millions; Amendment Sponsor Doubtful

Sen. Patton

Gov. John Kasich will have to settle a dispute between auto dealers and the Department of Taxation when he decides whether or not to line-item veto a sales tax exemption for "loaner vehicles" in the transportation budget this week.

Included in the Senate's substitute version of the $7.06 billion two-year spending bill (HB 53*) was an amendment that would exempt dealers from paying the sales tax on vehicles they loan to customers while their car is being repaired under warranty.


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