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Who is licensed here? and registered there? - January 21, 2010, 10:53 AM

Ok so running into a few issues. My fiancee license and registration is expiring, but she is currently licensed and registered in the state of Delaware. After checking on the registration requirements to transfer her car over here to Maryland it is going to cost $900 (because of bs excise tax) plus an increase of car insurance by $250 a month after she transfers her car to MD. So we were contiplating on renewing her car in delware, and then getting a Maryland license. So I know of a few people on here that has thier license here and their car/bike registered in another state. so my question is who here does it? How did you do it? Have you run into any problems? Is your car/bike in your name only in the other state? How would this work?


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Friends dad does it, he owns a property in Delaware. Lives here in Va most of the time. Registering the car there you just need proof of residence there. Getting license here you just need proof of residence here.


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My bike is registered to my brother in Colorado, and I'm the only insured rider on it(i am va licensed). When I bought it from him, the bank gave us so much shit about getting the title from them, then claimed they didn't have it. long story short, by the time we got the title from them, we just decided that he'd keep the title and technically own the bike,and ill be the rider. We can transfer it whenever we want but I figured whats the point, I'll probly be movin there soon so I'll just wait 'till then. Plus I think taxes are cheaper for him to own it there, then me to own it in fairfax

im pretty sure thats legal


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My EZ pass is registered from Del.....
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This could be interesting. When I first moved here all my stuff and licence was from Illinois. I ran into all kinda problems with the cops and with Fairfax wanting there money. It got to the point that it was easier to just switch everything over. Now with that said. The reason My girl and I did not move into DC was because of the amount of money it was going to cost us toe register vehicles. I would be really interested to find out how this situation has worked out for other. I would really like to register or Vehicles out side of FFX county and take advantage of some lower taxes and insurance rates





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January 21, 2010, 11:16 AM

I have my license and cars registered in miami.. live here...

one bike is registered here because I bought it here..

never had any issues...

I would keep everything in Delaware as long as you can..


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My bike is registered to my brother in Colorado, and I'm the only insured rider on it(i am va licensed). When I bought it from him, the bank gave us so much shit about getting the title from them, then claimed they didn't have it. long story short, by the time we got the title from them, we just decided that he'd keep the title and technically own the bike,and ill be the rider. We can transfer it whenever we want but I figured whats the point, I'll probly be movin there soon so I'll just wait 'till then. Plus I think taxes are cheaper for him to own it there, then me to own it in fairfax

im pretty sure thats legal
ya on top of that the car is not paid off so we don't have the title and have to have the bank release the title so we can give it to maryland so they can issue a maryland title to give back to them, but of course the bank does not want to release the title til the car is paid off. it is just to much of a hassle to get everything changed over. $900 to transfer plus you have to have a maryland approved insurance which raises her insurance $250 a month.


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ya on top of that the car is not paid off so we don't have the title and have to have the bank release the title so we can give it to maryland so they can issue a maryland title to give back to them, but of course the bank does not want to release the title til the car is paid off. it is just to much of a hassle to get everything changed over. $900 to transfer plus you have to have a maryland approved insurance which raises her insurance $250 a month.
yea dude that sucks. keep it in DE if at all possible


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January 21, 2010, 11:25 AM

Charging excise tax is common for newly purchased vehicles. I bought a car in Indiana but was living in Ohio. So upon registering in Ohio, I had to pay them their extra 1-2%.

I've always waited until the last minute to register vehicles in a new state upon moving. But, you have to keep in mind that after 30 days you are technically evading taxes. If you have to have city stickers, that can become a PITA as cops in NoVa love watching for out of state plates that are constantly there.

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does anyone know if you can add a person onto a registration without putting them on the title for ownership?


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I doubt you'll get caught but I know in VA (not sure if MD has the same thing) but if the vehicle in question is garaged here more than a month, it has to be registered in the state.

I think they do this to curb the people who register cars out of state to avoid taxes.


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January 21, 2010, 11:28 AM

It was a couple years ago since I moved to MD from VA, but some of the fees are reduced when moving into MD if registered within a certain time period (90 days???). The cost goes up afterward.
What would happen if she was in an accident a year from now?
Would she get a ticket for not having the car registered in MD?
Would insurance get dropped?
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It was a couple years ago since I moved to MD from VA, but some of the fees are reduced when moving into MD if registered within a certain time period (90 days???). The cost goes up afterward.
What would happen if she was in an accident a year from now?
Would she get a ticket for not having the car registered in MD?
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I doubt you'll get caught but I know in VA (not sure if MD has the same thing) but if the vehicle in question is garaged here more than a month, it has to be registered in the state.

I think they do this to curb the people who register cars out of state to avoid taxes.
In VA if your car is here longer than 60 days, by law you must register in VA. exemption is military and college kids.

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In VA if your car is here longer than 60 days, by law you must register in VA. exemption is military and college kids.

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It sounds like the fiance is maintaining a residence in Delaware also, if thats the case then they are exempt from the above law.


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