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New state car tax creating confusion
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AUGUSTA — Georgia’s new automotive tax law is creating confusion in car deals, with companies, private sellers and courthouse officials all struggling to understand the requirements. Mike Combs, general manager of Fairway Ford in Evans, told The Augusta Chronicle in a story published Sunday there has been a steep learning curve and little training for his employees or tax officials dealing with the law. No one was ready for the tax, which took effect March 1, he said.