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How do you repossess a vehicle in one state when you live in another?


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2015-07-16 18:06:27
2015-07-16 18:06:27

The person doing the actual repossession has to be where the car is. Either YOU go to Kansas or hire someone in Kansas to do the dirty job and you go pick it up. Email me if you need more info. BTW, repoing ain't cheap. Expect to pay $500.00 and up PLUS transport if needed.

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You are suppose to register your vehicle in the state you live the most time in.

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It's "per se", not "per say", and you have to be a resident of the state you register a personal vehicle in.


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