Why does my account have a DMV stop?

The Treasurer has the authority to pursue the collection of delinquent personal property taxes/license fees by withholding your motor vehicle registration at the DMV. If a stop has been placed on your account due to unpaid taxes, you will not be allowed to renew your license tags until such taxes are paid to the Treasurer in full.  A $55 DMV stop fee must also be paid in addition to any taxes and fees that are delinquent.  Taxpayers are encouraged to pay their taxes by the due dates to avoid disruption of your vehicle registration.

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1. When I sold my house, the closing documents state that the buyer is responsible for taxes. Is that correct?
2. I received a bill for a vehicle that I sold a few months ago. How do I get a corrected bill?
3. What type of tax relief programs does Pittsylvania County offer?
4. I received a bill for a vehicle that I did not own as of January 1st. How can I get this corrected?
5. Why does my account have a DMV stop?
6. What is a vehicle license fee?
7. Who is TACS and why are they contacting me for delinquent bills for Pittsylvania County?
8. What is the $120 solid waste fee for?
9. Who is charged the solid waste fee?
10. Do I have to pay the solid waste fee if the household is uninhabitable?
11. Are town residents liable for the county solid waste fee?
12. Where can I pay my taxes?