I just bought a 2017 Bolt from a dealer in Chino, CA. I live in Nevada but there were no used Bolts available here but they're all over the place in LA. The finance guy gave me the temporary tag and told me that it was good for three months. Then he said that the California DMV would be sending me my permanent plates in 2-3 weeks. I said, "Even though I live in Nevada?" He assured me that that's what would happen and it was all legal and when my California year was up, then I could register in Nevada. Is he right? I'm highly skeptical that the Nevada DMV would be cool with me living in Nevada and driving around with Cali plates for the next year. Anyone have insight into this situation? Not that I'm eager to pay the much higher Nevada registration fees but I also don't want to get a ticket here either. Thanks in advance.