A person who does not receive a bill is still liable for the excise plus any interest charges accrued (M.G.L. Chapter 60A, Section2). Therefore, it is important to keep the Registry and the post office informed of current name and address changes so that excise bills can be delivered promptly. It is the responsibility of the owner to contact the Tax Collector if he/she has not received a bill.
In Person: We accept payment for excise tax warrants at City Hall
or By Mail
Pay Past Due Excise Tax Bills
Payment of the motor vehicle excise is due 30 days from the date the excise bill is issued (not mailed). A person who does not receive a bill is still liable for the excise plus any demand and interest charges accrued.
Online: Past due bills that are not marked at the registry can be paid onlineonly after receiving notice from Kelly & Ryan. If the bill has been marked at the registry, it may be paid in person with cash or a money order, or online at www.kelleyryan.com.
In Person: We accept payment for excise tax warrants at City Hall OR or you may pay at Kelley and Ryan’s offices located in Leominster (RMV), Lowell, Beverly, Lawrence, Brockton, Taunton, Hopedale, Springfield or Worcester. Please call the Deputy’s office at (508) 473-9660 for directions to their payment offices.
or By Mail
What Happens If Payment is Late and Not Paid
If the bill remains unpaid and outstanding more than thirty (30) days after its issue date, it will continue to accrue interest and other charges and fees for which you will be responsible. Your driver’s license and/or vehicle registration will also be submitted to the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles for non-renewal action.