Terry A. Brewer said:Ardra
If you get a notice all you have to do is write "Fulltiming Rver" on it & send it back in...You will be excused.
Does NY have personal income tax?
EMan508 said:I've been doing research on picking my domicile state. South Dakota sounds good with a 3% one time excise tax and easy full-timing requirements for the license etc.
I was wondering if people from various states would be willing to share what their expenses are for titling/registration for an RV? A while back I read a posting that made me think SD was a lot lower in costs. The SD gov just sent me this for a 22,000lb, 2004 RV:
"At this time, the annual license fee would be $300 ($25 per month). Effective July 1, 2013, the fee will raise to $330 annually.
South Dakota licenses on a staggered registration system, so depending on when you are registering, your fees could vary from 3-18 months (license for no less than 3 months nor more than 18 months). Staggered registration is based on the first letter of the applicant?s last name.
Other fees include: annual $1 solid waste and annual $1 highway patrol fee; $5 title fee and $5 lien notation fee, if applicable; some counties assess an annual county wheel tax (usually $4/wheel); and a 3% motor vehicle excise tax, unless you have previously paid a similar and equal amount of tax to another state."
EMan508 said:Is it possible to get license plates without going to SD first? That would really help.
In Massachusetts you have to visit the RMV with proof of insurance in hand to get a plate. That's when they shake you down for the taxes also 6.25%.
Jeff said:Yes, you can get the plates 90 days before you arrive. Our mail forwarder Alternative Resources will act as your agent and I assume the other larger mail services in SD provide the service as well.
TonyDtorch said:What about annual vehicle inspections and inspection fees in Texas ?
TN is the abbreviation for Tennessee. I know there are some mail forwarders based there, no income tax but a pretty high sales tax.Alfa38User said:Hmmm.... Which State???
Clay L said:Owning a home does not constitute domicile.