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Old 02-16-2019, 03:38 PM   #21
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I recall the disproportionate number of large yachts sporting “Wilmington Delaware” on their transoms when I was sailing schooners back in the 1980’s. Perhaps tax laws should also figure into where one rents their P.O.Box?
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Old 02-16-2019, 04:05 PM   #22
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South Dakota, the plates are all over southern Baja.


http://www.bajaexplorers.com/index.p...-dakota-plates
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Old 02-16-2019, 04:05 PM   #23
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I'll abstain from the morality factor, but some people register a car in Montana to avoid high taxes and license fees, and I think it'd work to achieve your goal:

https://www.49dollarmontanaregistere...ion/exotic-car
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I recall the disproportionate number of large yachts sporting “Wilmington Delaware” on their transoms when I was sailing schooners back in the 1980’s. Perhaps tax laws should also figure into where one rents their P.O.Box?
Documenting a vessel isn't always for dodging taxes.

"Documentation can also make it easier to travel up and down the coast of the US. Most states allow boats registered in other states to “visit” their waters for a period of time without obtaining registration. But if you plan to take your boat to another state for more than a couple of months, the state you’re visiting may want you to register there; unless you stay long enough to be considered a resident, documented vessels may avoid this fineable situation."

https://www.yachtworld.com/boat-cont...documentation/

But, back to the topic of vehicles, not vessels.

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Old 02-16-2019, 05:46 PM   #25
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The back pages of many magazines aimed at retirees frequently include a number of ads offering registration of RVs in particularly friendly states. (also PO box addresses, etc)

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Those are probably for full-time RVers establishing a domicile, not for criminals committing tax crimes.
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In some cities/counties they will impound your vehicle at a traffic stop if it's registered in your name out-of-state, and you are a local resident. Though I'm not sure how that works given that many folks have dual residency. Of course the solution to this is to simply register in the name of a corporation.
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Those are probably for full-time RVers establishing a domicile, not for criminals committing tax crimes.
(there are SO many responses to that that would get this thread dragged over to The Danger Zone)

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[QUOTE=autostaretx;742171](there are SO many responses to that that would get this thread dragged over to The Danger Zone)

I don't want to go to The Danger Zone. Interesting replies but as the thread starter, I propose to delete this thread^^
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... I propose to delete this thread^^
Why apply censorship to any thread unless it is truly out of line? There is information here that has value. If you don't like the replies just stop participating in this particular thread.

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