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Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes
A taxpayer must pay an excise tax for any calendar year he or she owns and registers a motor vehicle in Massachusetts.  The excise is assessed as of January 1, or the first day of the month the vehicle is registered after January 1.  The Registry of Motor Vehicles is responsible for the information reported on the excise bills that the Town mails out.

Taxpayers must pay excise in full within 30 days of the bill’s issue date.

The collector’s office will gladly accept payments made at Town Hall during business hours.
After hours, taxpayers may use the outside drop box.

If you use your bank’s “On-Line” payments please make sure the “check” is sent directly to:
Town of Foxborough, 40 South Street, Foxborough, MA 02035. Please be sure to document the correct bill information in the memo field in order for the check to be processed correctly.  It may take up to two weeks for our office to receive and post your payment.

When mailing in the enclosed envelope, please enclose the remittance portion of the bill to ensure proper credit.

Online tax payments are accepted for CURRENT motor vehicle excise tax .  
Click on ONLINE PAYMENTS to pay your bill using our safe and secure website.

Failure to pay the excise tax when due may subject the taxpayer to interest, charges, collection action, including non-renewal of registration and driver’s license.

DEPUTY TAX COLLECTOR
If you have been served a notice for nonpayment of excise from our Deputy Tax Collector (Kelley & Ryan) and/or you have been notified by the Registry of Motor Vehicles for nonpayment of excise, you may pay our Deputy Tax Collector, Kelley and Ryan directly at www.KelleyRyan.com or you can call them at 1-800-491-9788.

For information on abatements, please visit  the Assessors’ Website or contact them at 508-543-1215.


 
Town of Foxborough, 40 South Street, Foxborough, MA 02035
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