So, I'm looking for a used Model S S85, black, black, tech package, sound package, and anything else is awesome, but that's my minimum. FWIW; I'd prefer the 19s in pothole PA. Found one in CA, from a dealer. Now, in PA, I have to pay 6% of the sale price (minus trade-in if you have one), when I register the vehicle to drive in PA. Since, as all of you know, it's 'free' to drive home, I was planning to fly out, inspect the car, and drive home. ROAD TRIP! However, the dealer claims I have to also pay CA tax if I don't ship it to PA. I've bought cars out of state before, but always from private sales... no tax. The tax is paid when I register it in PA. So... are they wrong, or is this really CA law? I can avoid the issue I assume by finding a private seller... but I'd like to know more about this... thanks guys! PA registration fees are reduced by trade-ins as well. so 6% of $45,000 is less than 6% of $70,000 if you have a $30k trade-in car... something else to consider... but does that mean I have to buy, from a dealer, in PA, to get that option?