i live in south carolina, if i buy a car in another state , which state do you pay taxes in? one or both? how does that work?

Asked by Nov 15, 2016 at 11:59 AM

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if i want to buy a car out of my own state how does that work? which state do i
have to pay or both?

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In Illinois you pay taxes when you license and title the car at the DMV. We usually purchase automobiles in Indiana, and just pay the tax in Illinois. I believe that is true in all states pay where you register the auto.

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Yes - you pay the sales tax rate for your home state.

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