brckwlt wrote:the law doesnt bother me, plus i still own my house in maryland. and i was never notified stating as such, so the state can suck my balls
Just to give you some perspective I lived in PA with Jersey plates for over a year without any issues. Did the same thing here in NY. I had PA plates on both cars for over a year. Here in NY it was more of a problem getting the required 6 points of identification for my wife to register the cars in NY than it was any reluctance on my part. They are incredibly boneheaded at the NYSDMV as anyone who works there can attest to.
The only issue I can see is out of state plates are magnets for tickets. This wasn't so much a problem in PA as it is here in NY. Good luck in avoiding them.