In Illinois, I have to get a license for my Canoe if I want to use it on Public waters.
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Yes, I read through those. Neither clarifies this point.
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A donee organization must file a separate Form 1098-C with the IRS for each contribution of a qualified vehicle that has a claimed value of more than $500. A qualified vehicle is:
This seems pretty clear.
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So a $600 kayak from Dicks qualifies in your opinion? Hypothetically speaking.
I would say, yes. I can't find anything in IRS literature that defines "boat." A reasonable person would call a kayak a boat. You would have to leave the Identification field blank, if there is no such number.