Legally drive a newly purchased vehicle without plates?

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In Vermont, it's illegal to drive an unregistered vehicle at anytime. You cannot drive a vehicle without a tag or a license plate in Vermont at anytime. If you plan on purchasing a vehicle from a private party from out of state, it is best to check the laws with the DMV's in every states before making a purchase. It's always best to get a temporary tag for your vehicle if purchased out of state. Vermont recognizes temporary tags from out of state. In Vermont, but those temporary tags MUST be attached to to where license plates are screwed into the back of your vehicle. You must also have the title, temporary registartion, bill of sale, and proof of insurance to drive a purchased vehicle from out of state to your home state. If you are to purchase a vehicle from a private party from out of state with no plate, your best bet is to have your vehicle transported to your state by hiring a transporting company.
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You will be arrested and thrown in prison for life.
Of course if you have an accident, and really demolish the car, you may get off easily, because you destroyed the evidence. What you should do is buy the car, and as soon as you get it onto a public street, completely demolish it in a severe accident. Maybe drive it into a concrete bridge pillar doing 150 mph. This way, no one will ever know if there were plates or not, because the car will be so badly demolished.
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