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I'm pretty comfortable. The amount you pay for registration varies a lot, but so do the rest of the taxes. I am not a gear head so I don't push the envelope when it comes to cars. I buy something that works and is legal.
Legal? That's the worst term in the existence.
Yeah I know, boring.
I don't need any of those things that are banned... so I'm good.
My Mustang will legally smoke tires..
I once overtook a German registered Porsche with my 65 bhp diesel.
That, if nothing else, was the highlight of my life. :D :D
That's pretty darn good
I once passed a Corvette doing 90 mph ... in a VW bug! There was a strong tail wind. You should have seen the double take that girl did!
I have no problems.... Most people buy cars in the state where they reside.
I thought most people stole cars over there...
I know, it's an outrage...
Attaboy Marko...start a car equality movement! Come up with a snazzy name for it, too, please. You know, something we can attach "phobia" or "ist" on the end of for the haters, and "nazi" on the end for hatee-haters/extremists.
Rihght you go into a different state and are commiting a crime without even knowing it.
How so, Lorraine? When you move somewhere, you find out what's required to license your vehicle there (tests or inspections) and you have them done to get your tags. When you are just passing through, vacationing, etc. you aren't in violation as long as your car is legal in your state.
Well yes that is what most people do - but I knew a genius who didn't think of it and ended up getting a ticket. Those geniuses just don't understand real life.
Getting a ticket is a simple infraction, it doesn't rise to the level of committing a crime.
Yes? Well, you elected a master, so now you have a master.
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