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The Burden Of Owning 3 Cars And Having To I.M. & Register Them All At Once... by Boondawg
Started on: 06-23-2014 05:10 PM
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Last post by: Old Lar on 06-26-2014 09:20 PM
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Here the proof of insurance if your getting tags is just signing the form saying you have it. You do have to produce a dated current card if stopped though. Even thats got a big loophole. You get insurance and they give you a card for the next year, then they cancel the check and drop the insurance. So in a stop, you can still produce a 'valid' proof of insurance.

Also your tags expire on your birthdate, and in a case like yours, they will charge you for just 6 months (1/2 off), or you can buy 1 1/2 years at a discount rate. I did that on the motorhome which I bought about 4 months before my birthday.

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Originally posted by aceman:

Minnesota has me mumbling every year when I pay about $425 for 4 vehicles. 3 vehicles 15 years old or newer and an 84 Fiero.

4 years ago, the last year I could claim South Dakota residency in the military, I spent $160 for 2 Fieros and two vehicles that were 10 years old or newer. Both Fieros had personalized plates and my S-10 had veterans plates, too.


I thought my registration was about $50 each? That is up from last years cost too.
All older than 10 most older than 15 years.

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Id say if you know what its going to be save that much up and keep it stashed til the billl comes.
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An out the door price for a 2014 Buick Encore.

Here is your "Out the door" price:
2014 Buick Encore VIN ending in EB545417
MSRP $ 26,770.00
Internet Sale price $ 26,139.09
State Fees $ 6.50
Electronic Filing $ 24.00
Dealer Fee $ 495.00
Sales tax $ 1,599.88
Tag transfer estimate $ 125.00 (New tags are approx. $400)

Too much $$ for a daily driver with lots of fees along with sales tax. This car is "popular" so not much in dealing.
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