Live Frugally or Die: Mass. Residents Registering Cars in NH

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Authorities in Melrose, Massachusetts are grumbling about the propensity of their constituents to register their cars in neighboring New Hampshire. While there's a legal loophole in Mass law that says that residents who own houses in NH can register thair cars there, there seem to be plenty of people who simply register their cars in the Granite State because it's cheaper than doing it where they live. And because of the loophole, Melrose cops figure it's a waste of time and money to attempt to weed the legal loopholers from the flagrant abusers, causing a tax revenue crunch.

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