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Old 03-28-2013, 06:20 AM   #1
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Which address should I use ?

We now have our Allegro bus and we love it ! As we are not resident Americans ( we're Brits) we went down the Montana LLC route not for sales tax savings but it gave us an address in the USA to start things up. You cannot imagine how difficult is can be without a USA drivers license or a social security number, having an address is the next best thing.
Our RV is insured at the LLC address which gives a 25% loading and we are on british driving licenses which is another 25% loading so we pay double the normal rate but its the only way we have found to keep legal.
We have now bought a toad, Honda CR-v and we have joined Good Sam's and Escapees for a PMB. Which address should I use for the CR-V insurance ? the LLC or Escapees ? It confuses everyone when you use the Montana LLC and then they send all of the documents there as well. Is it legal to have the owner of the CR-V in Montana and we insure it at the mail forwarding address in Livingstone?
We are in Florida at the moment so we will pick the Honda up on 30 day tags.

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Old 03-28-2013, 11:26 AM   #2
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Richard , living in Canada I don't know all the in's and outs of the Montana LLCs; only that it was no use to me when I purchased there, even though the dealer was pushing it .
I would ask this , did you look into a Montana drivers license when you did the LLC , or is US citizenship a requirement for that ?
I know people who have done the LLC and drivers license in Montana to avoid state taxes and fees on their truck and trailer.
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