It basically means if you own the car you have to register or license the car to legally drive it in your state. They need to know who legally owns the car. You will get the new plates if it was bought from out of state and if there is an accident or the car is stolen the state will know who the registered owner is.
Depends on the cost of the car. If you mean registering the car it is based on age and value of the car to get tags. Call your DMV.
What do you mean smog a car? If car is sold "as is", buyer is responsible for all mandatory smog control equipment. If you mean pass a smog inspection, there are none in Iowa.
There are different procedures and requirements for registering a new car, for registering a car brought in from another state andfor renewing an existing registration. This website offers details of the procedure, required documentation, fees and related information: http://www.dmv.com/ks/kansas/vehicle-registration
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Fees vary by jurisdiction.
Around 2 weeks.
For it to happen in your dreams. You must be a resident of the state you're registering your car in.
The only reason an owner would have a car title updated is to add or delete a name on the title. This can be done at any time after registering a vehicle.
Actually, it's quite the opposite - You musthave insurance prior to registering a car. That's the law!!
No, because then it wouldn't belong to you to be resold.
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