It depends on your area. Most places will require you to get a temporary plate within 48 hours of the new purchase.
No. But the dealer has, or can get you, a temporary registration.
Wisconsin has a very easy system. Out of state buyers can buy a temporary plate good for 30 days for a low price. You can also transfer out of state plates to your new car immediately.
Yes, you can drive a new car home without license plates in New Mexico within 30 days with the 30-day temporary tag or license plate. If you buy the car out of state, you require insurance coverage and tile of the car If u are wondering how i know this i study i don´t cheat if u study u will know
It's not a Temporary Tag you want. What you need is an In-Transit tag. You can use this to go from NY to Jersey.
Yes, you can if you are traveling. That is why you are given a temporary license plate. If you are not traveling, but buying a vehicle in another state & bringing it home, yourself i.e. driving it home; it will have a temporary plate. The temporary license plate must & always is registered to the owner of the vehicle. The registration include's their name, city, state, zipcode, car vin, etc. Anyone should be fine, as long as they have a valid temporary license plate, driver's license & insurance.
No. For any new car purchased from a dealer (new/used) you must display a tag that is usually good for 30 days until you are able to get a license plate.
Most likely no because your licnese plate is registered to your old car that's why you have to register a new plate with your new car's information.
It all depends by what state you are in.For example, if you brought your car in a state like New York, you would have to drive with 2 license plates. If in a state like Pennsylvania, then you can drive with 1 licence plate.
You can get New Jersey temporary car insurance by checking with local car insurance companies such as Triple A and Geico. Shop around to get the best rates.
Drive carefully with your new car.