Military Service Members Stationed in Georgia
We offer exemptions to TAVT and Registration renewals for qualifying active duty service members.
If you are in the military, active duty and stationed in Georgia, you may request exemption from TAVT using a Military Annual Ad Valorem Tax Exemption (PT-471) form and certification from your Commanding Officer. To qualify, you must have a home of record in another state, be stationed in Georgia and you cannot already have a homestead exemption in Georgia.
Veteran TAVT Exemption
Some Military Veterans are exempt from TAVT (Form MV-30 Georgian’s Veteran Affidavit for Relief and Local TAVT fees and Military Documentation required). Veterans with one of the following may receive one TAVT exemption.
- Disabled Veterans compensated at 100%. Requires a Disabled Veteran plate
- Prisoners of War
- Purple Heart Recipients
- Medal of honor Recipients
Public Safety-First Responders
Allowed a TAVT exemption on a maximum of $50,000 fair market value combined for all vehicles registered during any three-year period
- Required documentation: MV-PSFR-TAVT Public Safety First Responder State and Local Title Ad Valorem Tax Exemption Application and award letter from the Department of Administrative Services for individual or spouse receiving payments for indemnification for death or disability
- Applies to law enforcement officer, fireman, publicly employed emergency medical technician, or a surviving spouse of such a first responder, receiving indemnification payments from the Department of Administrative Services due to certain injuries or death occurring in the line of duty
Military License Plates
Anyone who served during active military combat is eligible for ONE free commemorative service license plate per campaign or medal earned. He/she must be a Georgia resident on active duty or a veteran with honorable discharge or retirement.
|For more information regarding state benefits for Georgia Veterans, click here.|