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    • Heh! No worries in upstate NY. Only black bears call the Adirondacks home...
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    • In Vermont you have to have insurance to drive on the road or get inspection but not registration.  As the original poster plans on being in his home state for over a year and I assume running the vehicle he must register in there and then transfer to Texas at some point in the future in order to stay legal  . I had a Aunt who moved back from FL and keep her Fl reg for NINE years. She traded vehicles in Florida at least three times in that time period. She would go back every two years for a month to see family. Her Insurance company finally figured out what she was doing and made her change her state of registration.  Some states pay a reword if you turn in someone who is running out of state plates over the allowed time limit. They want the tax money.  That is why they want you to send in your old plate, so,they know you sold the vehicle and to who so they can check to see that you paid the tax. I agree anything other than a vehicle is not taxed when you sell it used, maybe a house if you sell it for enough over cost.
    • Not sure why it is considered "Off Topic" since it was opened up here to discuss HF tools...(maybe because this is a Heavy Truck) section?..... but I must, chime in here. As an old fellow that was in trucks and busses most of my life and had many tools back in the day that I depended on, (some of which busted many a finger and hand or came loose within inches of precious body parts ie; eyeballs, ears, noses etc).... This seems to me to be a legitimate and MOST important discussion that I hope will continue to get input so that we might all receive some very useful comments in regards to the tools that we must all use and be able to depend on when we are working on our heavy trucks, busses, and other equipment as we use them daily for our rolling homes as they are..... Thank you for starting this discussion and for all the fine comments both good and otherwise in regards to the specifics of HF tools and comparative choices in tools we need. I have learned much here, and continue to, even in my late years. Yay! Carry on......
    • Interesting comments so far. Thanks for the discussion. Craftsman used to make good tools but have fallen off in quality. I have a cast iron table saw that’s almost 30 years old and still going strong. Are the high end like SnapOn, Matco, Proto still same quality?
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