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Fairfax County explores tax relief to counter spiking vehicle prices

Fairfax County officials are looking at ways to avoid drastic jumps in tax bills for vehicle owners.

The Board of Supervisors’ Budget Committee discussed options for providing relief on the county’s annual personal property tax with county staff on Tuesday (March 15). Assessment values on vehicles have spiked, leading to a potential increase from $229 to $415 for the average bill.

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