In accordance with Connecticut General Statute Sec. 12-71d, valuation of motor vehicles are based upon the recommended JD POWER(fka National Automobile Dealers Association (N.A.D.A)) Guides.
The assessment is based upon seventy percent (70%) of the average retail/'clean retail value' of motor vehicles for the current assessment year. Valuation of motor vehicles not included in the above recommended schedules are determined by the Assessor.
If a vehicle is disposed or no longer in the State of Connecticut, please follow the link below for 'Acceptable Form of Proof of Sale or Registration out of State'
If a vehicle is over twenty (20) years old and does not have an antique plate, you may complete an application to be considered for a flat assessment. Please follow the link below for 'Acceptable Form of Proof Application for Antique Vehicle'
If you believe that the JD POWER (fka N.A.D.A.) value does not represent the fair market value of your vehicle, you may appeal to the Woodbridge Board of Assessment Appeals. The Board hears appeals in March and September annually.