Not quite...<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by djronh1:
WOW! Talk about tough.
Here it is:
As a California resident, you may register a new out-of-state vehicle certified to federal emission standards only if you:
„X obtain it as part of an inheritance or divorce settlement
„X purchase it to replace your California registered vehicle that was stolen while out-of-state; or
„X purchase it to replace your California registered vehicle that was destroyed or became inoperative beyond reasonable repair while out-of-state.
When you apply to register the vehicle, you must show proof - such as a court order, police report or repair invoice - that you qualify for an exception.
I thought Mass RMV was bad!!
The CA dealers must love this, they got You hostage & can charge you whatever they want!</font>
I just checked my 2000 Odyssey EX under the hood -- it is California certified and Federal certified. In fact, new cars sold in NY, MA and other northeastern states must have "California" certification...<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">
Check the Underhood Label For Certification Information:
To find out whether a car or truck is California certified, check the emission control label under the hood in the engine compartment. If the vehicle is "California certified," this label will state that the vehicle con-forms to California regulations or that it is legal for sale in California. If a vehicle is "federally certified," the label will state that the vehicle conforms to U.S. EPA regulations, but no mention will be made of meeting California requirements.</font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by djronh1:
This is my first post. I'm getting my new Red Rock Pearl EX NAV today. Can't wait! I got it from Saratoga Honda in NY. Paid MSRP with free delivery to MA.</font>