Professional Javelin Catcher
Additionally, S.O.B.'s 2nd pdf that he attached has bullet #5 that specifically says that the person/spouse registering the vehicle will check with the state in which it's being bought to see if they will owe sales tax on the purchase then/there. If the state/dealer there fails to collect the sales tax when the buyer says they don't intend to register it in that state, well, it seems to be over to them. For the one/two folks that got a good deal in which no one charged tax, ok. It's my guess though that in most cases one state or the other will get their due.Bullet 4 on that dpcument says sales tax will be collected in the purchase state if not in FL...am I missing something here? I would LOVE for this to work as were about to purchase a new car in the near future.
Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, and Oregon would seem to be a good place to buy a car to register out-of-state in FL...