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Buying a Canadian regsitered motorhome in the USA

Here is a complicated issue. I am looking at buying a MH in the USA. The origin owner has died. He kept it registered in Canada. I would like to either bring it back to Canada or I could also keep it in the USA on my Montana LLC ( please no LLC comments) Or it could be registered in AZ. Problems: Being as the registration is still in the deceased's name I think that would be a problem crossing the border with say a trip or temporary permit from my Canadian province. Also might be a problem if I was stopped for some reason by the Highway patrol. I can actually get a trip permit from my home province by fax. Maybe the family needs to get their lawyer to provide some sort of paper that would allow them to sell it? I am afraid it might be seized as if the father died a year ago that vehicle is illegal in the USA. Any ideas appreciated.
moisheh 01/30/18 09:23am Class A Motorhomes
RE: California registration of out of state RV

Should have said register as a Montana LLC and take possession outside the state of California. IMO that will turn around and bite him in the rear being a California resident the state has and will continue to crack down on that. The OP just wants to know the costs involved in registering the RV and that he will find at the DMV but not sure that he can just walk into any office to get that info. JimR
JimR 1 01/19/18 11:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: California registration of out of state RV

Thanks All for the help. It was made in the USA and registered here before a private party took it to Canada. The owner is going to take it to Phoenix customs to check it back into the States. I think I'm okay with the federal safety and emission standards. Not sure what Cali. might want. I'll try to get a hold of the DMV. Does not matter if it was made in the USA and registered here (AZ) before! What matters is it California Compliant? That is some thing you need to check on otherwise the great state of California will not register it. JimR Register in a Montana LLC. If the OP is still working in CA this could cause a real problem. Another possible problem is that if he parks the coach at his residence. A jealous neighbor could (and knowing CA people)turn him into DMV. I considered the LLC when I lived in Komifornia but the Montana attorney advised me against it for the above reasons. I elected to do the out of state delivery and kept it out of state the required amount of time. I did get questioned by BOE asking for proof of my out of state time. I had a stack of log book, receipts from fuel purchases, campgrounds, food, etc, which was supplied to BOE. All was in order and I owed zero use tax which saved me $25,000
dons2346 01/19/18 07:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: California registration of out of state RV

Should have said register as a Montana LLC and take possession outside the state of California.
JohnG3 01/19/18 05:28pm General RVing Issues
RE: California registration of out of state RV

Thanks All for the help. It was made in the USA and registered here before a private party took it to Canada. The owner is going to take it to Phoenix customs to check it back into the States. I think I'm okay with the federal safety and emission standards. Not sure what Cali. might want. I'll try to get a hold of the DMV. Does not matter if it was made in the USA and registered here (AZ) before! What matters is it California Compliant? That is some thing you need to check on otherwise the great state of California will not register it. JimR Register in a Montana LLC.
JohnG3 01/19/18 05:26pm General RVing Issues
RE: LLC buying an RV

This isn't to avoid the sales tax like a Montana LLC. I usually try to get all my tax advice on a John Deere tractor forum, you might check there. Nothing like a reply that’s spot on the OP’s query.......
JaxDad 01/15/18 06:18am Beginning RVing
LLC buying an RV

Can my LLC that is registered in Florida buy a RV? I would need to finance it as all my money is invested in the company and my house. This isn't to avoid the sales tax like a Montana LLC. Thank you to all who answer.
GoGators1776 01/13/18 11:24pm Beginning RVing
RE: Non-Resident RV Registration in New Mexico

Many states let you do this. Montana won't charge you sales tax. Montana doesn’t charge sales tax with a faux LLC, which they are cracking down on, and have been for many years. Not worth it Not even worth considering for the Karma that goes with that. You have to take delivery in NM, which means paying a delivery Company to drive your “ new rig “ to the State line. Ok, so what are the “ many states” that allow you to register as a non State resident and pay no sales tax?
Nutinelse2do 11/27/17 09:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: Temporary Import of Class A to Canada

Gone south: Be cautious in accepting info on this subject from me or anyone else. It is a grey area. Jaxdad has of course given you bad information. You MAY be able to bring the unit to Canada BUT not to use it. You can bring it home to do repairs or load it for travel. Cannot legally go camping. Otherwise everyone would be doing this to avoid taxes. Why do you want to bring it to Canada? Many states will not accept your Canadian registration to avoid sales tax. Indiana collects on every unit sold even if it is going to a nearby state. Arizona collects sales tax from dealers on any unit sold. Dealers used to drive your purchase to NM or CA but that has been stopped as well. This subject has been discussed in Snowbird forums. Mostly by Ontario residents who winter in Florida. No matter what you do make sure you write your question in a letter form to CRA and Customs. If you get a positive answer that letter is a ruling! Your vehicle has to be registered somewhere so some jurisdiction will collect tax. Unlesss you want to go the Montana LLC route. Some expats use South Dakota. Low taxes. As was stated many states collect an annual tax! HST will look cheap in comparison. I do have experience in most of the actions I mentioned. Moisheh
moisheh 10/22/17 08:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Health Insurance questions for full timers.

"you will be signing up for an ACA plan, then you only need to be a Oregon resident, and not make Oregon your domicile. There's a difference." Residing in Oregon for health care reasons only causes other problems .. Taxes .. I'm looking at the whole picture not just the Heath care .. I'm sorry I wasn't clear but Oregon will come after them kinda like a Montana llc perhaps they don't make much ( aca) why not become real residents and solve all the questions I understand the healthcare part ..YOU or nobody else answers how to become a resident of Oregon and not reside there AND Declare another state as domicile ? If I could do that I'd love to ..and keep my Oregon health plan As long as I won't owe Oregon any income taxes ( my tax consultant says I can't) By the way I originally answered the question they asked about Oregon tax on there vehicles and added the other tax info because they obviously didn't know. But I defer to you or others on the ACA legalities re residency
jorbill2or 08/17/17 08:25pm Full-time RVing
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