I finally found the right CPO car, I put my deposit in yesterday. It's an S60, with AP1. It's a sacrifice not getting an 85, but it allowed me to come in under budget, so I can afford dash cams, window tint, and other niceties. Anyway, the car is currently being refurbished about 600 miles away. I would have liked to take delivery in California where it is, and drive it the 600 miles home to save the delivery fee. I was surprised when my OA mentioned that I cannot pick up the car in California, since I would have to pay a sales tax on the car (I live in tax free Oregon). The tax would be more expensive than what I would pay in delivery fees. He said it was not possible to avoid the tax if picked up in California, and driven / registered in Oregon. I've purchased cars in Washington before, and didn't have any issues. They sorted out all of the Oregon tax stuff, and I headed home with no issues. Is this all correct? Is it possible to pick up my car in California, avoid taxes and all that when I drive home to Oregon? Is this a Tesla 'rule', or just commonplace that I wasn't aware of?