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Hi and welcome to our site!For leases of a motor vehicle for longer than 31 consecutive days, the gross monthly lease charge is exempt from sales and use tax.If the loaner car is provided for the period of 31 days or less - charges are subject of sales tax in Georgia.The transfer of possession or control of a motor vehicle for a term lasting 31 consecutive days or fewer is considered "rental" . Rental charges are subject to sales and use tax based upon the county where the motor vehicle is to be registered. For rentals, the tax is computed on the gross rental charge.The fact that expenses will be reimbursed is irrelevant - because sales tax is charges on rental cost not on reimbursement. See for reference - http://motor.etax.dor.ga.gov/motor/DealerSection/forms/pdf/MV_%20Dealer_Tax_Guide_2013.pdf
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