Tennessee and Oklahoma also have easy registration requirements.
Yup and yup, I left Maine and registered my trailer here in Tenn. The girl apologized for the expense! I said thats not bad, unless it is per year, and she said it is for the life of the trailer or plate, whichever runs out first. You don't even need the plate on the trailer! Nothing anywhere in New England is as good as elsewhere, because they have spent so far into the future that they have to tax the air(or rain) to get some revenue flow. Only California compares to N England. Keep on moving Freddy if you are going to go that far. I met a guy from the Pittsburgh area yesterday and he would never go back that far north. Our waitress at a nice eatery the other night had spent 2 years in Maine, Portland, Gardiner, and Baileyville of all places! She certainly new the litany of ills from living in Maine! I think it can be summed by the statement,"Beautiful state....sometimes". I would add it is beautiful when you can see it through the snow, rain, fog, or flies.