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  • lmplot ·
    Continued:
    In a best case scenario, the Dealer in PA will refund for you the tax you paid on the net purchase price, and after you jump through hoops DC will refund the excess you paid on the gross sales price less the net after trade. For $1,400 that appears to be overpaid (unless DC has a screwy law on this) I would jump through whatever hoops are necessary, but the PA dealer messed up and at least he should fix his end directly without your having to go through PA DOT.
    lmplot ·
    Nicoutinho--To add to my prior comment on your post, I was at my dealer in PA today for an oil change and discussed your situation with him. Absolutely your dealer messed up, they should have processed all the paperwork properly for this so that the transfer went through DC to register the car, tax it, and so on. Call their Title Department to start out. Both locations are not entitled to your sales tax, that is US law. You are due back at least the tax you paid PA. Not clear about DC as their website is so badly written I cannot tell whether you get to deduct your trade allowance from the total for taxation as you do in PA and most other states, since presumably you are simply exchanging value that you have already paid tax on. Go see a DC (or area) Mazda Dealer, you are going to need a relationship with one anyway, I am certain they will know what tax should have been paid. Second message follows.
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