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I moved into newyork from massathsetts. I got newyork insurance.

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I moved into newyork from massathsetts. I got newyork insurance. Do I need to change my plate and registration to newyork. If so, how soon?
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: General
Expert:  Mr. Gregory White replied 4 years ago.

educatortech :

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educatortech :

Yes, you do need to change your plate and registration to new york

educatortech :

Technically you have 30 days, but that is not a hard deadline - if you have been there longer than 30 days though, you should plan to get in as soon as possible to get it registered there

educatortech :

You will need to actually visit the DMV there to do this process - it cannot be done online - they need to do a VIN check of the vehicle during the process and that has to be done in person.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
Do you know what happen if I do not change it? in 30days?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
Do you know what happen if I do not change it? in 30days?



Expert:  Mr. Gregory White replied 4 years ago.
Nothing will happen right away. The only thing you are facing is a citation if you end up getting pulled over for something and they notice that your license has been registered in the state and the car has not been registered.