So those of us resident in the great state of Texas we now have a program where in order to register your vehicle it must first be inspected, the data sent to the state, matched with your registration renewal and insurance verification, and then you are sent a sticker. I keep all my vehicles and trailers registered in Texas because it is just easier even though I leave many of them in NM. So now I am forced to either caravan each vehicle back to Texas each year or change the registration to New Mexico. In my case I have 6 trailers and 2 vehicles that never leave NM, so that would be a lot of caravanning. I estimate that the registration fees paid to Texas for vehicles that never see Texas roads are about $1000 a year in my case. Looking at almost every airport parking lot in the resort areas of CO and NM many if not most of the license plates are Texas. I see a lot of the same in Mexico. There are also plenty of business' that take their vehicles to long term jobs out of state and will be forced to return on expired tags. I wonder how much money this will cost Texas through unintended consequences.