Son, A python's just a pair of riding boots ain't got heels and spurs installed on 'em yete.
Besides, Florida is a "shall carry" state and if you don't mind so much not having a head
to trophy mount afterwards, coupla-six rounds up top can really slow a python down.
I'm pretty sure I've read those auto registration rules, and in several states. They usually say if a motor
vehicle is in their jurisdiction for 90 consecutive days, it has to be registered there. And titled there. And insured there.
Sometimes, 90 consecutives days, sometimes, 183 days in any one calender year, sometimes 183 days in any 365 consecutive days...the details vary in important ways.
Eventually this will be federalized over screams and moans. The GPS
in your car will tell the federal DOT where you car was. The DOT will collect all applicable road and vehicle fees
, and then it will allocate them to the states where the vehicle actually spent time. That fairly allocate tolls, road construction fees
, environmental remediation, titling fees, insurance
programs...you name it.
Nominate me Federal Highway Czar on Monday, and I'll get the rest set up in time for Christmas
. Uniform vehicle laws and funding
, and anyone who doesn't like it can always move to Mozambique or Moscow and see if they like the vehicle law there any better.
It ain't rocket science. We just need to round up ALL the good ole boys been squeelin like pigs, and turn into into bacon.
But it is pretty much the norm, if a motor
vehicle is located someplace for 90 days, there's gonna be tax men
poking at it. And they don't care where you reside, unless you 've got those magic DPL on constabulary plates on it.