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Re: registering cars in NJ - time limits?
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New resident: registering your out-of-state vehicle

You must register your vehicles within 60 days or before your out-of-state registration expires (whichever is first).

http://www.state.nj.us/mvc/Vehicle/NewResidentRegistration.htm

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If you move into New Jersey with a car, you must title and register the car in NJ withhin 60 days.

Just because you see a car with out-of-state plates is not reason enough to assume the person does not have a primary residence in another state.

It is the primary residence state that determines the car's license and primary residence is determined by seveal factors like where he pays his taxes and votes, and owns property, etc.

Perhaps the car is owned by someone who lives in Massachusetts...like his father? Perhaps he has a short term job assignment?

Perhaps he, his wife, and family live in MA but he has a hot number in an appartment on Jersey Avenue?

You'll never know...and that's why cops rarely get involved in this stuff, and who would want them to?

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When one moves to NJ, what is the timeframe required to switch your registration (license plates) from the former residence to NJ? I ask because there is a car on Jersey that started appearing well over 6 months ago with Mass plates. Based on the fact that it's heare pretty much daily, I'll assume its owner lives in JC. Is this permitted??? The owner escapes permit regs since the car is taken to work during the day....

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