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Author Topic: trying to get that car of yours registered? research this first.....  (Read 1045 times)

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Getting a car registered can be confusing even on a good day. 
 
If you have questions about the requirements for your car you may gain a bit of insight into the current regulations by clicking on the 'link' below.
 
http://www.bipac.net/page.asp?content=state_leg&g=SEMAGA
 
The listings, by state, are quite informative and will guide you to information that will, hopefully, make the process as painless as is possible (considering the 'overlegislated' world that we live in).
 
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