GUYS!! The main issue pertaining to this original post is the repetitive taxation by a provincial government on an item that has already been taxed when new. This is unfair and usurious, having no purpose than to glean money from individuals without having to provide a service or product in return. In other words...legal theft! You can't do this with a refrigerator, a lawn mower, or a bicycle, but you can get away with this with a used motor vehicle. While the demand to have an inspection done on an out of province vehicle is not unreasonable, the requirement to have an evaluation performed and the tax based on that evaluation is. This is an imprecise calculation, as one evaluator's opinion could be thousands of dollars different than that of another's. Who is to determine a true value, a definite price, that can be put on a vehicle, that says you must pay a percentage of that value as a tax to obtain the privilege of ownership. In the purchase of an older vehicle, one that has changed ownership many times in it's life, taxes have been paid numerous times on the same entity, those taxes always going to the same recipient, regardless of the depreciation or accrual of that vehicle.This is the crux of my complaint, and we as collectors and restorers must come together and put an end to this threat against the hobby. It's not just Corvettes, it's all and any marques that car guys across this country enjoy, buying and restoring or modifying, and help drive the aftermarket car parts industry, which...HELLO....helps fuel the government by paying tax on those parts! We must go bother our local mayors, our provincial representatives, our premiers, to react and eliminate or heavily modify this unjust taxation.