IMPORTANT
IF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING ISSUES APPLY, THEY MUST BE
RESOLVED BEFORE ANY VEHICLE CAN BE DE-REGISTERED.
Each month that passes incurs additional back road tax.  The sooner your vehicle is  
de-registered the less you will have to pay.
1.  There is a lien on my vehicle.  If there is a lien on your vehicle, it will be indicated in section III on the lower portion
of the base registration.   
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2.  The balance of the loan has been paid but my base registration still indicates that there is a lien against
my vehicle.   
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3.  My road tax is overdue.  If the road tax is overdue it must be paid before the vehicle may be de-registered.  The
road tax is pro-rated and you will only be charged up until the month that the vehicle is de-registered.  If the vehicle has
been setting for a long period of time you may have more than one year of road tax due.  It is the owners responsibility
to pay any road tax due.
SOLUTION:  Pay off the balance where you purchased your vehicle.  INSURE THAT THE AGENT STAMPS
YOUR BASE REGISTRATION INDICATING THAT THE LIEN HAS BEEN LIFTED.



SOLUTION:  Go to where you purchased you vehicle and made the payments and insure that the agent stamps
your base registration to indicate that the lien has been lifted.





SOLUTION:  We can estimate the back road tax for you.  If you pay us the cash in advance, we will take care of
the road tax when we de-register the vehicle or if you wish you may go to JSVRO and Land Transportation
Office and pay yourself.  If we do it for you we will provide you with a receipt from the Land Transportation Office
indicating the amount paid and if we over-estimated the fee we will return the balance.

For mini cars (yellow license plates) and motorcycles you must pay the road tax yourself at your local city office.