My father-in-law who is handicapped moved in (from out of state) for 3-4 months and brought his sticker, can I use it in my car? Of course, we would use it only when we transport the owner of the sticker. He has 2 bad knees, recovering from a shoulder surgery, and broke his wrist, so he's just down to one hand and needs help for just about everything. Right now the plan is for him to stay long enough for him to recover, but who knows....
1969 ForDor Thunderbird
2006 Dodge Charger (wifes car)
2000 Ranger Regular cab
2.5L with A/C backed up by the 5 speed manual, 2WD.
159,000+ on the clock.
Those permits are valid in nearly every state, so long as they are still current and the person they are issued to is in the vehicle. I have one myself, and have used it in other states on quite a few occasions.
I don't know of any state that doesn't allow out of state permits to be used, so long as the conditions above are met. There may be a couple, never know.
1980 F-150 300 I6, C6 & 9" rearend. The workhorse. 300K+
1974 F100 Ranger XLT 390, C6 3.25 axle. Dad bought it new, drove it over 500K. Now that he can no longer drive it came to me. Value: Priceless.
1983 Mazda RX7 1.1L Rotary. The show/autocross/toy. 231K
1995 Mazda B2300 (undercover Ford)
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