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Old 05-22-2014, 09:24 PM   #29
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I could have my sister write up a rental agreement for a room in her home where I pay a modest monthly fee.

I do spend every single weekend in this room, already, as I help her and my brother in law take care of my disabled mother and her expenses.

Sounds like a possible way to establish myself in OH.

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Old 05-22-2014, 10:44 PM   #30
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Another solution

I am a Michigan resident and cut my cost of plate fees by buying 3 sixty day temporary tags for our 03 Adventurer a season. The temp. plate is still based on MSRP but is only $95 per 60 day tag. So for $285 we can use our RV for approx. 6 months, store it when not needing plates as we are not snowbirds and save from paying the $550 the want for a one year plate. We have several friends that do this also.

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Old 05-23-2014, 07:51 AM   #31
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A friend with a big Prevost bus conversion lives in Michigan, travels a lot, winters in Florida, and has a Montana LLC and license plate. He keeps a detailed log documenting the coach does not spend the majority of each year in Michigan.

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I'd like to bring this topic back on track. I'm not avoiding taxes....already paid the sales tax in MI on my coach...

I am looking to find a legal way to have my motorhome reside and plated in OH.

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