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RE: Future Canadian Snowbird questions

Thank you for the replies and info. 1/ The cost to have someone haul it from MT to TX or FL is nowhere near the cost of the taxes...but, ok. 2/ Canada tax laws will only apply to an rv if I bring it into Canada... 3/ I very much agree with finding a unit in the state I plan to park my butt in, but I am looking at all my options. 4/ Ok so if I transport a unit from MT to FL and park it, how is the FL Gov't even going to know it entered the state ? Again, I plan on parking it in one place without moving it, for at least the first season...so not sure how I could be asked to pay a tax in FL...
1452spunky 07/22/21 06:30am Full-time RVing
Future Canadian Snowbird questions

Hi there, look forward to browsing through this forum, lots of good tips and info in here ! Ok, so I plan on keeping an RV in a park here in Canada year round, but only living here for 7 or 8 months its open. In the Winter months, I plan on buying and keeping an RV somewhere, that I can store it during the off season....lets say Texas or Florida, not sure yet. In order to save a ton of money and the longevity of the RV itself, I have decided to not buy a large vehicle to tow it...I will pay someone to move it, if/when I want to... Ok, so first big question, as a Canuck, I am pondering buying a newer used camping trailer, or 5th wheel, from Montana. I know there is much debate on doing this for tax purposes, but if I buy an RV from the states and it never leaves the states, why should I pay tax on it ? So, if anyone has any experience, or opinions, I welcome all. So, buy a RV in Montana, have it moved to a park in Florida or Texas, should I just title in MT and leave it like that ? It won't be going down the road, unless I change to a different park after a season.
1452spunky 07/21/21 08:52am Full-time RVing
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