1. They shipped the car.
2. They put the plate in their luggage.
3. They did absolutely nothing. Hawaii is a state after all.
4. I'm great at parties.
@imonthepot, 5. They have a second residence in Hawaii and registered their car in the state instead of in the state they use it in
They paid a lot of money to ship the car to the states.
@Thone09, it’s actually one of those boat cars
@Thone09, and if that's the case, why is it usually a piece of junk?
@Thone09, it's actually not that expensive when I was stationed there they Army only pays for one car to be shipped so if you have a second one you have to pay. It was 1000 from California to Hawaii and I paid. I just drove the car myself to California from where I was stationed.
It's probably a glitch in the simulation please submit a bug complaint to your nearest GM
They voted yes on the bill to elect governor by ski race
99% chance they're military and the military paid for the shipping
Also, why does Hawaii have interstates?
I have a friend whose parents shipped hers over. It was a couple grand, but that's still cheaper than one of the more reliable cars she'd have to purchase here anyway.