California RV owners could avoid taxes again

California residents who bought RVs or yachts were able to avoid paying taxes on their purchases, if they kept their vehicles out of state for 90 days.

That loophole was closed in 2004 by California lawmakers. The LA Times reports that the law might change to bring back the exemption.

This controversial proposal could be a welcome break for RV owners and dealers. Others feel that RV owners should pay up like everyone else.
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