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    Lightbulb Tax for buying a vehicle out of state?

    I heard that there is a tax for buying vehicles out of state, what is it?; and would it still apply if say, the seller drove the vehicle into your state and sold it there, or does it always apply.

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    Check your state's DMV for details on taxes associated with registering a vehicle there. This probably varies by state.
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    Yeah you will need to pay "in state" tax when you go to register your car. I got a car from Massachusetts and I live in texas and had to pay 6.5% of the purchase price

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