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#1 posted 09-10-2010 07:24 PM

Well Roger, you have spoken as a true Texan. :) I think the “screws” tighten anytime there is government regulation that entails “mandatory” anything. Taxation and insurance are 2 examples of that. PS Woody- I’m thinking that any American who would pay voluntarily pay double sales tax for a foreign car has little room to complain about being screwed. (sorry- just my opinion..)

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