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Old 02-01-2013, 02:32 AM
 
Location: Greenville, NC
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No, you can't. You must be a legal resident of Maryland or have a company headquarters or branches in Maryland to register a vehicle in Maryland.
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Old 02-02-2013, 07:18 PM
 
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You can have an airbag light on and pass inspection. You can also have star cracks in the windshield that are not in the line of sight and pass.. (fwiw)
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Old 09-08-2015, 12:47 PM
 
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Hello, I found your conversation to be very helpful, however I now have a question of my own.. My in-laws own their home and my pick up is sitting on the property, it runs(like ****) but runs none the less.. However I do not have any intentions of driving it, it is actually a project car (future project that is) so my question is, does the vehicle still need to be registered even if the wheels will never touch the road any time soon.. I have done extensive research but can not seem to find the answer I need. I have come to find that it is a very touchy subject and I really would just like to know EXACTLY where I can find the documentation on the law, I heard of a zoning law but from my understanding that doesn't affect a home owners private property. I'm in Glen Burnie, MD Anne Arundel county, 21061
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Old 09-08-2015, 05:48 PM
 
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Hello, I found your conversation to be very helpful, however I now have a question of my own.. My in-laws own their home and my pick up is sitting on the property, it runs(like ****) but runs none the less.. However I do not have any intentions of driving it, it is actually a project car (future project that is) so my question is, does the vehicle still need to be registered even if the wheels will never touch the road any time soon.. I have done extensive research but can not seem to find the answer I need. I have come to find that it is a very touchy subject and I really would just like to know EXACTLY where I can find the documentation on the law, I heard of a zoning law but from my understanding that doesn't affect a home owners private property. I'm in Glen Burnie, MD Anne Arundel county, 21061
Put a car cover on it, you're good. Technically you are supposed to register it, but under a cover you'll be good to go.
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Old 09-08-2015, 07:05 PM
 
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Hello, I found your conversation to be very helpful, however I now have a question of my own.. My in-laws own their home and my pick up is sitting on the property, it runs(like ****) but runs none the less.. However I do not have any intentions of driving it, it is actually a project car (future project that is) so my question is, does the vehicle still need to be registered even if the wheels will never touch the road any time soon.. I have done extensive research but can not seem to find the answer I need. I have come to find that it is a very touchy subject and I really would just like to know EXACTLY where I can find the documentation on the law, I heard of a zoning law but from my understanding that doesn't affect a home owners private property. I'm in Glen Burnie, MD Anne Arundel county, 21061
No, you do not need to register it IF.....

the property is not subject to any HOA rules that would violate it, AND....

the property it is sitting on is indeed their property and not private property of any other person of business.
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Old 09-08-2015, 07:27 PM
 
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Insurance comparison might depend on where in NY state you were located. I was just talking to someone from NJ today and they said they were surprised how much their insurance dropped when they moved to Frederick MD.
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Old 09-09-2015, 10:04 AM
 
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As long as the vehicle is not on someone else's property, HOA property, or the public road, it should be okay without being registered or tagged.
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Old 09-09-2015, 02:56 PM
 
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As long as the vehicle is not on someone else's property, HOA property, or the public road, it should be okay without being registered or tagged.
Depends on local zoning law. In our town if it is unregistered it must be screened from view from any place the public could view it. And you cannot have more than 2 untitled vehicles on a property (3 is the definition of a junkyard and we don't allow them in town)
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