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New Post 3/21/2013 5:10 PM
  josh54
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Re: A Friendly Warning for First-Time Buyers 
I'm guessing that they shouldn't. They will know from your license and your tags. But I guess it's best to still get one, whether or not it's a requirement. Better to be on the safe side than to risk it.
 
New Post 3/25/2013 12:49 PM
  mary22
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Re: A Friendly Warning for First-Time Buyers 
Thankfully, we didn't have that sort of problem when we got ours. Still, thanks a whole bunch for giving us the heads up.
 
New Post 4/2/2013 10:12 PM
  TShisler
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Re: A Friendly Warning for First-Time Buyers 
 lizzpreto wrote
Thanks for the heads up. Now, I'm a bit curious. What if I live in a state where a special license is not required, and then we head off to go camping in a state that does require it, and we get stopped? Will we be taken at fault there?


I'm guessing no since you don't live in the area anyway. I'm pretty sure that the police will be more aware about the policies when it comes to tags and licenses than most sales agents.
 
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