Who knows. Same thing is going on in Texas, one dealer is suing so until it's resolved, no one else can do it. It's quite possible the state won't give out licenses until everything is squared away.It says mediation should be finished on or before January 31/2019
Pardon me because I know nothing about laws but how this lawsuit affect other dealers in the state that are hundreds of miles away?
As an attorney admitted to the Middle District I have access to that!It is tough to tell what the current status of that is, at least without paying for an account. It looks like the court ordered a mediator in July and that was the last information on it.
Action Nissan, Inc. et al v. Hyundai Motor America et al (6:18-cv-00380), Florida Middle District Court
Action Nissan, Inc. et al v. Hyundai Motor America et al Docket Sheet
I will have to call and check on that for sure, but my understanding was that GA added the VVAT across the board. I know AL and TN are friendly states to buy from, but only AL has received cars so far and the only 3.3 Sports available are black.When you buy a car out of state you usually, maybe never, pay sales taxes to the state you are buying the car in. The sales taxes are paid in the state you register the car in. I believe that the Georgia Ad Valorem tax works the same way and is only for Georgia residents.