Registering cars

Posted Thursday, Apr. 11, 2013  comments  Print Reprints
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Once again, some do not have their heads thinking straight, as evidenced by Charles Alexander's letter about gun control. (See: "Slippery slope," Saturday)

You can buy any vehicle and not register it as long as it remains on your property. You can drive it, park it, do anything you want on your property, but you do not have to insure it or register it. Now, you take it off your property, then you do have to let the state know and register it and insure it.

If I buy a gun and keep it on my property, it is none of the government's business.

-- Brent Beal, Keller

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