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How can you re-register your car from the state of Virginia to the state of Mississippi if you have been stationed overseas?

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2015-07-15 18:41:27
2015-07-15 18:41:27

Simple. I too was in the military stationed in Mississippi. Simply take your title or registration to the tax assessor's office, pay the $5.00 transfer fee, then tag your car in the state of Mississippi. Be sure to go to your local CBPO office and obtain a tax exclusion paper since Mississippi car tags can be quite expensive. You will not have to pay the taxes that residents have to pay.

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