Live in Texas, work multiple states, keep car in California
Category: Business and Money > Consulting
Asked by: cranialvortex-ga
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27 Jul 2006 05:57 PDT
Expires: 26 Aug 2006 05:57 PDT
Question ID: 750042
I visit and sometimes do jobs in California for my employer, based in New Jersey. I just bought a home in Texas, but will be traveling alot to California, although I work everywhere (multiple states). One day I'm in Nevada, then California, then Arizona. I would like to keep a car in California, not garaged anyplace, maybe sitting at the airport, friend's house, or roadside. How do I handle licensing, tags, insurance? If I live in Texas, have a Texas license, and Texas plates, can I get insurance? What happens if a California police officer stops me? Don't even know if I can get car insurance on a car sitting in California, since my residence is in Texas?
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Re: Live in Texas, work multiple states, keep car in California
From: keystroke-ga on 27 Jul 2006 06:01 PDT
One possibility would be to get insurance on it in Texas-- you can have insurance in one state and then take your car to other states (college students, for example). This would be best if you leave it at a friend's house, not the airport. Having no residence in CA, you might have a tough time (unless you could use your friend's address).
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