Auto registration question - moving to a new state
My DD just accepted a job and has moved to Omaha NE. The car she is driving is in me and my husband's name and we have been (and will continue for a while) to pay her insurance. The car has Missouri plates.
From a website New residents in Omaha have 30 days after establishing residency to purchase license plates, register their vehicle, and pay auto taxes. Automobiles are taxed as personal property. If you are not establishing Nebraska residency, it may be less expensive for you to maintain registration in your permanent state of residence.
I'm guessing it is okay for her to just continue to drive the car with the MO plates (they are good for about 15 more months) since the car legally belongs to us. Is that right?
Sorry if I seem dumb... I've lived in one state my entire life and never had to deal with stuff like this. :)