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Old 12-15-2010, 02:36 PM   #1
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registering a new coach in Montana

I' m new RVer, about to buy a class a. People say I should title it in Montana.
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Old 12-15-2010, 03:11 PM   #2
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This is used to save on taxes. Montana has no sales taxes or property taxes on vehicles. But you need to check on your local laws. In SC if the unit is going to be in the state for x months a year it has to be registered in the state. In Mass. they are going after people who have their RV registered out of state.
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Old 12-15-2010, 03:21 PM   #3
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I would be keeping the coach in VA, and titled in Montana. Any info for that situation??
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Old 12-15-2010, 03:31 PM   #4
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Old 12-15-2010, 03:35 PM   #5
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We bought a car in Ma. and paid 5% sales tax. When we reg. it in florida we had to pay 1% sales tax, the differance over the Ma. tax.
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Old 12-15-2010, 03:40 PM   #6
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You need to check on Virginia's laws. Living in Virgina and keeping your rig in Virgina but having it registered out of state. A lot of people fudge a lot. Again a lot of people fudge a lot. You may want to call one of the people that do this in Montana, they have ads in the classified ads in Motorhome or Trailerlife mag. You can PM me and I will be glad to tell you who I use.
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There is a discussion of the Montana registration issue under the General Discussion board entitled "Montana LLC" - Many responses to this issue from people and it may help answer your question...
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Old 12-15-2010, 04:12 PM   #8
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Didn't we have here a thread about the 'Colorado trouble'? It was all over the RV news etc. Maybe google or use the search function here on iRV2?

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The ONLY way you get the Colorado trouble is when you make a technical mistake.

An LLC is an ENTITY. You are NOT the LLC. Unless you make technical mistakes.

Have the LLC's lawyer make the purchase. Make sure to sign FOR the LLC on EVERYTHING.

Some states are really disgusting. Look up Maine's 30 days boat tax. It will make you mad.

They only get away with it because we let them. I'm tired of state tricks. I say fight back with your own tricks.

How about credit card companies having their operations in South Dakota. South Dakota sold us out with their almost no limit usury laws. The Supreme Court decided that South Dakota's usury law made your state's usury laws MEAN NOTHING. Use the same tactics as the banks and have your motorhome owned by SOMEONE (the LLC) in Montana.

Just one more thing. Some people might think the state needs the money. Here in NY they collect tolls on nearly every bridge. They've collected so much in tolls they could have replaced the bridges many times over. We don't know where this money is that was collected. Now we will be paying for new bridges which in turn won't be maintained.

The more they get, the more they want. Use the rules in Your favor. You better believe they get mad when they make mistakes which you take advantage of and then they attempt to make you look like the bad guy.
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Here is the link to the Colorado ruling.

Colorado Convicts MT Registered RV's

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Tebrock - Check your State laws before you do anything. Decide if the risk is OK with you if there is any. I could go on for a long time telling why I think 99% of what State DMVs do is not needed and we should abolish them. But bottom line. Don't piss off too many rule makers or they will exact a revenge.
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Old 12-20-2010, 08:26 AM   #12
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Check out "Alternative Resorces" in South Dakota. They are great.
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Old 12-21-2010, 02:56 PM   #13
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From what you are saying about the title, I would be very, very cautious about titling the rig in a Montana LLC. Some states are taking the tact that using something like a Montana LLC is actually a form of tax evasion and you could find yourself criminally liable. Unless your unit will be outside of the State of Virginia for a given period of time you may get yourself into a jam that could be very expensive and painful. Be careful as the gain may not be worth the pain!
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Also depends on where it will be most of the time.... in VA or traveling?? We are using Alternative Resources in SD for residency (Fulltimers) and all DMV stuff.... Nothing is an issue until you get stopped or have an accident... also, if financing your rig, many banks won't allow an LLC... Montana or otherwise.....
As everyone is saying... do your due diligence first!!!
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