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Luxury car tax - supporting information

Information you should provide with your private ruling request or objection about luxury car tax.

Last updated 25 March 2019

To apply for a private ruling or lodge an objection about luxury car tax (LCT), you need to:

  • complete and submit the private ruling application or objection form
  • provide the supporting information listed below.

Providing supporting information to us when you apply for a private ruling or lodge an objection will reduce the time it takes for us to process your request.

We have information relating to LCT which may answer your queries prior to submitting your request.

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Information you need to provide

Information you need to provide for a private ruling or objection about LCT must include details of:

  • the car (or cars) that the request relates to, such as
    • make and model
    • vehicle identification number (VIN)
    • when and where it was manufactured
    • gross vehicle mass and tare mass
    • seating capacity (including driver)
    • purchase or sold price
    • contract of sale
    • import declaration notice
    • photographs of the car’s body and internal features
     
  • any modifications carried out on the car, before or after purchase, such as
    • extent of the modifications
    • whether the modifications are permanent
    • the reasons for the modifications (purpose of the car after modifications)
    • whether modifications were completed before or after supply of the car
    • photographs of the car’s body and dashboard, before and after modification
    • seating capacity (including driver), before and after modification
    • gross vehicle mass and tare mass, before and after modification
    • promotional material for post-modified car
     

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