Asked by Aug 18, 2019 at 11:34 AM

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

If I buy a car out of state how do I get it

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You have to arrange for and pay for the shipping if you're not planning on picking it up in person. Hope that helps! Jim


Take the bus.

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Depending on the state where you currently live, it may be less expensive to purchase a vehicle in another state. Sales tax, registration, and doc fees can add thousands to the sale price of your vehicle, and some states charge more than others. If you're around Klamath Falls Oregon, you can visit us at for more options.


When buying out of State you save no money on title fees, registration fees, or sales tax! The vehicle must be titled and registered in your home State. To simplify the sales tax end of it you should not pay sales tax out of State at the time of the sale. You should pay the sales tax in your home State when you transfer the title and register the vehicle. Then the two States divided up the tax without you having to worry about it! Hope that helps! Jim

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