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eck-2098 New York
Tuesday, November 03, 2009
NY ECK-2098
Black CHEVROLET  Surburban
Lordsburg, New Mexico


The driver of this SUV is a teacher in Lordsburg, NM and has been here for over 30 days, unless the teacher is driving in from NY every day its time to change your plates.


Posted by dragonman on Tuesday, November 03, 2009

How do you know she is there for 30 days? You clocking her? Maybe she still has a residence in New York.

Posted by jazjadaz on Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Vehicle has been here since August when school started and according to New Mexico state law you are required to change your tags with in 10 days of moving to the state.

Posted by oddjob3422 on Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Who cares? This isn't a driving offense. Changing tags is all about the new state shaking the person down for money, in "fees" which are actually taxes, but aren't counted as such. People ought to rebel en masse against vehicle registration taxes.

Posted by jazjadaz on Tuesday, November 03, 2009

The state of new mexico admits that its a tax and to show they know it the web sites clearly says tax,, New Mexico unlike other states admits its a tax

Posted by oddjob3422 on Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Well, that's something. California only the vehicle license fee counts as a tax, which is a tiny portion of the shakedown.

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