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Old 22 May 2016, 21:54   #1
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Using boat at different state

My boat is register in virgina, So can i used my boat in a different state.
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Old 22 May 2016, 22:42   #2
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When we are in AZ I think we only get 90 days. But, we never get asked and some times we are there 120 days.
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Yes it will be legal in another state, just like your car license tags are legal in another state.

Be aware of the Zebra mussel inspections. DO NOT leave your hull plug/bung in and make sure the boat is dry and outboard was put in the down position to drain its water if on a trailer.

Read up on the mussel inspection rules online, hours the inspection stations are open, etc for the lake your visiting. Lakes already contaminated may have post lake use inspections to prevent moving mussels.

It may or may not be a big deal depending where your going.
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Does it made any different is this the inflatable boat?
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It does not matter.

But usually right now, if the boat is on a trailer it must be inspected.

If its on a roof top or inside a car/truck they usually do not inspect. But this could change.


The best thing to do is call the lake your going to visit and speak to a Ranger or whomever is running the lake, they will tell you the specifics for that area.
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Yes this going to be in the trunk. And also have a electric motor. Thank you for all the reply. I was reading online and they said if u want to used the boat for different state u need to take the official safety course.
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You probably should check the boating laws of whatever state you're going to. I believe that some require a safety course to operate (though that may be waived for transient boaters.)

Registration should be a non-issue unless you're there for quite a stay.

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