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    What’s the process now? Do I have to go to the tax office 1st?


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    Yep tax office first…they print personal tax receipt…you pay it…then go to dmv to register

    Typo dnr
    Last edited by jwterry3; 02-15-2023 at 06:18 PM.

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    *DNR....
    Columbia or Charleston

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    Pay taxes then go to dnr with receipt
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    if it's your boat and you just need to renew, then pay tax online and print receipt and take to DNR
    If you just bought it, then you will need a tax bill created at the tax office counter and then will pay it
    and take receipt to DNR

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    You can do it thru the app.

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    Disregard the above. You can RENEW thru the app.

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    Well, you can once the slack asses at the county check the box that shows DNR that you’ve paid your taxes…..
    Last edited by Tater; 02-15-2023 at 06:33 PM.

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    Pay the tax man and take the signed titles with the tax receipt and the application to the farmers market.
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    I mail my tax payment in and in two weeks had the new sticker for the boat.

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    If the boat is from out of state AND has never been registered in SC, then you skip the tax office and go directly to DNR. MG
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    Thanks. I actually got it in Sept so sure i am gonna get slapped with fees


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie Glover View Post
    If the boat is from out of state AND has never been registered in SC, then you skip the tax office and go directly to DNR. MG
    What’s involved in this process?
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    Steelin' Ducks is the KRT of suppressors and such.

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    Bill of sale, pic of vin numbers, fees, DNR office in Columbia\Clemson
    Low country redneck who moved north

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    must be notarized if from out of state
    Title and bill of sale and pencil trace or photo of Hull ID numbers

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecu1984 View Post
    must be notarized if from out of state
    Title and bill of sale and pencil trace or photo of Hull ID numbers
    Notarized from out of state or here?
    Quote Originally Posted by ecu1984 View Post
    Steelin' Ducks is the KRT of suppressors and such.

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    I could be wrong but I dont think it matters as
    it's the seller's signature being notarized

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    I haven’t notarized out of state outboard purchases and that was never a problem

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