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Old 12-23-2012, 09:11 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Mr_D View Post
Here ya go........Direct from the FMCA story on it.
Quoted excerpt from a FMCA story:

In her response letter, Ms. Shedd said the BOE will examine the ownership of a qualified motorhome only if visual evidence indicates the vehicle is being used in connection with a business endeavor.

Visual evidence includes business logos displayed on a motorhome or towed vehicle. In such cases, Ms. Shedd said, the board will examine the registration and the specifics of the case to decide whether the vehicle should be registered under the IFTA. "Staff will not examine the registration of a motor coach that does not have visible signs of business endeavors."

I have yet to see very many Montana registered motor homes with "visible signs of business endeavors".

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Old 12-23-2012, 09:25 PM   #16
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Okay - that about sums it up for me! Living in Colorado we have to pay sales tax, now when we took our vehicles to Minnesota, she paid sales tax, we came back 18 months later - sure enough the one vehicle we had which we bought in CO while living in MN we paid MN sales tax, since MN sale tax was a couple percentage less, Colorado charged us the difference. Now on the new(to us) MH we have to register it and of course pay sales tax on the coach, EVEN though Colorado has been paid sales tax on it by the previous owner (which I think is a rippoff) but we will have to pay or MOVE to South Dakota to avoid it. Which I am thinking in the long run might be better since we could come to Colorado and RV it. At any rate, things have changed a lot since the 90's and the trusty internet has helped with the change a great deal. I think I'd rather pay the sales tax to my home state than deal with the fuel tax misery.

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