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    For those of us Virginians that have, or are considering a NH non-resident CHL (vice Utah or Florida), we're all in for a nasty shock. What was a $20 four year permit went up to $100 on 1 July. Ouch!:shock:

    http://www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/n...ing/plupr.html

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    I saw that today on another site. I got my NH permit a few months ago.

    Looks the Utah non-resident is still a good deal!

    I'll be traveling throughout Augustteaching our Utah permit class in Maryland and Rhode Island. I've seen some real interest come from those states. While I think that an $80 jump is ridiculous, it may mean more folks getting a Utah permit. Utah seems to be cheaper in the long run.
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    ProShooter wrote:
    I saw that today on another site. I got my NH permit a few months ago.

    Looks the Utah non-resident is still a good deal!

    I'll be traveling throughout Augustteaching our Utah permit class in Maryland and Rhode Island. I've seen some real interest come from those states. While I think that an $80 jump is ridiculous, it may mean more folks getting a Utah permit. Utah seems to be cheaper in the long run.
    I considered getting my NH non-resident, as we spend a fair bit of time up there each year, but decided not to. Now I'll just have to wait until I move there, and get my resident permit.

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    Riana wrote:
    I considered getting my NH non-resident, as we spend a fair bit of time up there each year, but decided not to. Now I'll just have to wait until I move there, and get my resident permit.
    That $80 jump is a big shock. I didn't know anything about it. Luckily you'll be able to get your resident permit when you move there.
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    I received my $20 license in the mail only a week before the hike was announced.

    Wishfully thinking, the national reciprocity will take effect before it expires or my need for an NH license will otherwise cease.

    See also:
    NH non-resident license fee to increase 500%
    OT: Pistol/Revolver License Application Backlog

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    virginiatuck wrote:
    I received my $20 license in the mail only a week before the hike was announced.

    Wishfully thinking, the national reciprocity will take effect before it expires or my need for an NH license will otherwise cease.

    See also:
    NH non-resident license fee to increase 500%
    OT: Pistol/Revolver License Application Backlog
    I got my NH permit in Jan, and I agree with you there...I'm hoping by the time next year I get my VA resident permit, I won't need a NH permit.

    As it stands, I see no reason to renew my NH permit for $100 in four years, I only got it now since I don't have a VA permit yet to use in PA.

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    nova wrote:
    As it stands, I see no reason to renew my NH permit for $100 in four years, I only got it now since I don't have a VA permit yet to use in PA.
    Pa non resident is still cheap and easy to get, $26.
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    ProShooter wrote:
    nova wrote:
    As it stands, I see no reason to renew my NH permit for $100 in four years, I only got it now since I don't have a VA permit yet to use in PA.
    Pa non resident is still cheap and easy to get, $26.
    Yep it looks like after I get my VA permit, having a PA non-res instead of the NH, I only lose Alabama (and NH of course). Centre Co. is supposed to be good with non-res permits from what I've heard.

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    That sucks. See what happens when you let too many libs from a neighboring state move in and take over?

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    zoom6zoom wrote:
    That sucks. See what happens when you let too many libs from a neighboring state move in and take over?
    yeah...we get our new VA driver's licenses...

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    zoom6zoom wrote:
    That sucks. See what happens when you let too many libs from a neighboring state move in and take over?
    Don't get me started:X

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