Feb 27, 2012, 1:57 PM
Post #13 of 17
sanjuan, you are still riding that losing horse "Fraud", aren't you!?! What is you angle?
You stated, "It appears that it is fraud (sic) to have SD plates in Mexico if you don't have a real address in SD." This is patently false. I quote (from the article) Debra Hillmer, then Director of the South Dakota Division of Motor Vehicles, "......the law allowing out-of-state people to register their vehicles does not require them to set foot in the state to get South Dakota plates." Further, "By law, she added, anyone can register a vehicle here." And "I have no issues with people coming here that are nomads and registering here," she said. "That's not what we're trying to stop here."
I could go on.
You are, for some reason, taking an article, written by a reporter from a SD newspaper almost 2 years ago, and misinterpreting its information. And your comment " ...and the lawyer posting the article..." has me baffled as I can find NO reference to a lawyer posting the article.... it was an article by a newspaper reporter! The article doesn't even use the word fraud except in the case where some folks may be getting SD plates "to avoid child support or giving bogus SSNs or because they are sex offenders or to avoid insurance requirements elsewhere". Surely you are not suggesting that the holders of SD plates in Mexico, as a group, fit into these categories, no?
Again I ask, 'what's your angle'?
(This post was edited by RickS on Feb 27, 2012, 2:00 PM)