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      11-29-2012, 09:40 PM   #1
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moving car from cali to ny

i bought my car in california and paid the sales tax. now i am moving to ny for school. do i need to pay taxes again on my car when i register it at the dmv?

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I would leave it registered in Cali if you can..... In GA we have to pay ad valorm tax every year. So wouldn't really affect me.
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i bought my car in california and paid the sales tax. now i am moving to ny for school. do i need to pay taxes again on my car when i register it at the dmv?

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http://www.dmv.ny.gov/register.htm#outofstate
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No. Why would you register it in NY? You said you'll be a student right? Therefore not a permanent resident. The only reason I would register it in NY would be if the insurance was cheaper, I doubt insurance would be cheaper in NY though.
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if you're only coming for school, wouldn't you remain a cali resident?

either way, i wouldn't change anything.. seems like an unnecessary hassle

just keep the cali plates, registration, etc

unless there's some reason you can't
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Are you driving it to NY? That would be cool.
Just keep renewing your CA registration and rive with a CA plate there...

I might be moving to Atlanta and I will keep my FL tags.
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i bought my car in california and paid the sales tax. now i am moving to ny for school. do i need to pay taxes again on my car when i register it at the dmv?

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If you are only going to school here then no you won't have to pay NY taxes because you aren't a permanent resident. Where you go to school btw?? upstate or in the city. I'm like 10 minutes from Syracuse campus.Either way welcome to the snow and pot holes
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