In Maryland, you can establish that the vehicle was registered in another state and insured during the period in question and you can present proof to the MVA and ask that the fees be waived. Maryland has specific regulations governing this issue.
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Mr. Sherr is correct.
If you don't take care of this, it could affect your credit record in the US.
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