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Old 01-09-2011, 03:26 PM
 
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Rage NH has no system like that. We don't transfer car regii's to a new owner. Last I knew several states work that way, but NH isn't one of them. Here things go by the date of the owners birth, so most regii's are for 12 months. If it is a first time reggi, then more months can be added, but never less.

Your answer unless 'we' are in error can be found asking in the Pa boards.

In NH regiis used to be in line IMO, but no more. I pay well over 100 a year for reggi upping my 1985 volvo, more for the truck, van and 06 motorcycle.

These tax fees are way out line, but so is every thing else. I see no end of it, not when a 78 cent loaf of bread typically sells for 3 bucks. Same thing for tater chips, same thing for everything.

Public service seems to mean the Govt is the one to be serviced. Everyone else pays hard up.
Boy you do like to whine don't you
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Old 01-09-2011, 03:31 PM
 
Location: Rindge, NH
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I have an 02 4runner and 07 camry. By moving from florida to NH I am saving $720 a year on insurance. I didnt change anything on my coverage.
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Old 01-09-2011, 04:45 PM
 
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Boy you do like to whine don't you

Yeah I guess maybe, but I recall when my same car was 28 bucks to register, and now its well over 128, for the same thing, which means you lefts are in my pocket and I don't like anyone in my pocket.

I work hard enough and want what I earn with out you lefties spending every last lousey worthless cent. I need that money for more guns and ammo.

At least i don't pay 40-50 bucks for a sticker since my stuff is pre ODB.
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Old 01-09-2011, 05:32 PM
 
Location: Northern NH
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Yeah I guess maybe, but I recall when my same car was 28 bucks to register, and now its well over 128, for the same thing, which means you lefts are in my pocket and I don't like anyone in my pocket.

I work hard enough and want what I earn with out you lefties spending every last lousey worthless cent. I need that money for more guns and ammo.

At least i don't pay 40-50 bucks for a sticker since my stuff is pre ODB.

Sell your car! People got along fine without cars before and if the fan scenario plays out you aren't going to have any gas so start getting used to it and you don't have to even worry about registaration.
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Old 01-09-2011, 05:43 PM
 
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Naw... long after you and others like you can't drive because the SHTF I will still be driving when ever I want any time I want, with nary a Govt fee. Making fuel isn't rocket science.

It will be great though since the cops will be on foot, and that new safety patroll matching the state police but with the colors swapped we didn't need will not only be walking but out of a job. I even have a 3 clyinder diesel engine I can convert to one of my motorcycles. It won't be the same thing, but it will be a motorcycle.

I can convert my car to another fuel with a liitle work, probably alcohol since a gas engine won't stand diesel pressures.
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Old 01-10-2011, 04:00 AM
 
Location: Barrington, NH!
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I'm hanging with Mac when the SHTF. I'll bring ammo....
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Old 01-10-2011, 06:20 AM
 
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Yeah I guess maybe, but I recall when my same car was 28 bucks to register, and now its well over 128, for the same thing, which means you lefts are in my pocket and I don't like anyone in my pocket.

I work hard enough and want what I earn with out you lefties spending every last lousey worthless cent. I need that money for more guns and ammo.

At least i don't pay 40-50 bucks for a sticker since my stuff is pre ODB.
Can't say I diasagree with you though
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Old 01-10-2011, 10:36 AM
 
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That was a surprise....... I am just sick of tax after tax after tax.

Fee after fee after fee from the state for this thing, that thing a service, a fleet, serive for the fleet, new uniforms for the people who drive the new fleet and ever last bit of what goes with it. Spend Spend more not only this state but every state and the Feds like drunk fishgermen do when they been out to sea.

The phone is taxed, the booze is taxes the gas is, so is the oil every last thing it seems and then there is that nasty estate tax in case 'They' didn't get enough the when you were living.

We are taxed to DEATH.

Now I'ld like my money so I can go spend it myself like a drunk sailor, I don't need any help spending I need help hangin on to what I can get, and when you have a pre exisitng condition no one will hire you any way.

That leave folks in limbo. I can't be an easy hourly employee, and I don't have the funding to set up shop, and by the way pay all the state fee's.
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Old 01-10-2011, 01:19 PM
 
Location: Northern NH
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That was a surprise....... I am just sick of tax after tax after tax.

Fee after fee after fee from the state for this thing, that thing a service, a fleet, serive for the fleet, new uniforms for the people who drive the new fleet and ever last bit of what goes with it. Spend Spend more not only this state but every state and the Feds like drunk fishgermen do when they been out to sea.

The phone is taxed, the booze is taxes the gas is, so is the oil every last thing it seems and then there is that nasty estate tax in case 'They' didn't get enough the when you were living.

We are taxed to DEATH.

Now I'ld like my money so I can go spend it myself like a drunk sailor, I don't need any help spending I need help hangin on to what I can get, and when you have a pre exisitng condition no one will hire you any way.

That leave folks in limbo. I can't be an easy hourly employee, and I don't have the funding to set up shop, and by the way pay all the state fee's.
Mac since you have an existing health condtion you should be able to get health coverage under medicaid. Have you ckecked into this?
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Old 01-10-2011, 02:35 PM
 
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You keep sayin I have some existing condition, but I have no idea why you say so. I broke a pinky finger, so what, that's not a problem other than I bumped it in the truck on the window winder a few moments ago. That caused a rush of 18th century sailor tawkin', but other wise is harmless.

I don't take meds, other than prescribed for something like phneumonia, and right now I ain't sick.

What's wrong with my back, can't be fixed. There was a time it could have been maybe, but that time is far long gone and the lawyers that did that to me will burn in hell, but most lawyers will burn in hell anyway. That's not up to me.

Once you said I was on some heart meds, and have no idea how you came to that conclusion. The only problems I have with my heart is, one I tend to wear it on my sleeve, and two, it's black and hardened when it concerns the violent and evil.

I can prove any day in winter thar's nuthing wrong with my heart. You pack up yer winta' gear and meet me at any trail head of your choice where I can wear my Koflach winta' boots and use my spikes (crampons) and ice axe, a Chouinard. It's antique now, but so am I.

And No I don't have medicare, that's just socialist. I don't do welfare, socialist, or let other men peer at my wife if she is naked. There are just some things real yankee men don't allow ..... period.

It's not my fault so many socialists voted in a drunken sailor of a Governor, who spends like there is no bottom in the bucket. I know what a bucket is and I used to fish commercial and so know how drunken sailors spend. Willy Nelson summed that up nicely in a song once. "I'm gonna get drunk and I sure do regrett it because i know exactly what I'm gonna do" "Spend my money callin' everybody Honey.............."
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