States have really cracked down on this. I have many customers that used to do this and now don't if they are going to keep the car for a while. In md, PA, and many others your're now a target. If you get pulled over, and if the cop wants to be difficult, you could be forced to register the car in that state and pay tax. 3 years ago this wasn't an issue and no one cared but they've caught on. Now, if you plan on getting a car and only keeping it for 6 months or a year, it's worth it. But even now the Montana LLC is charging years fee's and in 5 years you'd could easily pay $5k anyway to Montana as they are now cashing in, plus the fee's to open the LLC there. If you live in an area where cops don't like exotics, or you're one of the few with a lambo, etc, you will be a target.The Montana registration likely would not stand up in any state that challenged a particular owner or owners over it. I’m not sure how many of them have done so, but I know GA has popped a few people.
Luxury car owners dodge Ga. tax with Montana scheme
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