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    Normal? I don't think we're going to see "normal" for a long while. However. I hope they get it straightened out. Sounds like a good solution.
    Peter D. EIkenberry
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    As said earlier. No personal property tax in TN on boats. The sales tax is roughly 7.5 percent. The sticker is roughly $65 a year. You have to register your boat with the TWRA and pay the taxes and fees regardless of your documentation status. Does everyone do that? - no. Does the TWRA bother to check - not really. A quick survey at my marina shows at least 30 boats with expired stickers

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