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Discussion in 'On The Road' started by Buttermilk, Jun 15, 2012.
$42.29 per year here in NS, plus a required safety inspection for 14$ every 24 months....
Here is Florida's http://www.flhsmv.gov/dmv/forms/BTR/Milpak/83140.pdf.
And we don't prorate and is based on the birthday of the registrant.
Yes got them for the pup 2 years ago... Now transferred them to my htt. At the time, unfortunately, was not given an option. Asked to talk to the supervisor at the DMV when I was there and was told the same thing... So figured I did not have a winning fight and accepted the "ct" (camping trailer) plates... Especially since they had a specific class of plates for camping trailers I figured I was going to loose any argument I might have. Either I got screwed... Or you got lucky... Not sure which.
We're about to renew $6 per year for us in PA.
I have to amend what I said before. I just got the bill in the mail for the trailer's license plate sticker: $61.75 for the next year (July 2012-2013).
i totally agree sharon! i am not the least bit unhappy with the $52 i paid on my birthday at all now. we renew in our birthday month in GA
In Washington we renew our driver licenses every four years on our birthdays. New autos and trailers are registered and licensed when purchased and then renewed every 12 months after that in the same month as the initial registration. I have one car in April and the truck in November. Used vehicles have to be re-registered in the new owner's name within 30 days of the transaction but if there is time left on the license plate (e.g., transaction in May but plate good until October) that doesn't have to be paid until the plate's sticker expires. I bought my trailer in Janauary but the sticker was good through July so that's when I renew it.
In Kentucky as well, have to have license plate and registration sticker on campers. Have to renew yearly, just like a vehicle.
As previously stated Colorado requires a license plate and sticker that is renewed yearly. I have a 20808 Cobalt. This year it cost me $31.28 in ownership taxes, $40.27
License Fee, $16 Road fee and $13 for the Bridge fee. Total for the year is $71.55. I'd like to blow it off, but the Colorado State Patrol takes a very dim view of any vehicle
being driven or towed without a current sticker.
Illinois requiers plates with renewable sticker every 12 months. Illinois needs all the money it can get
In AZ plates are required on virtually everything. On cars, trucks and RVs they are based somewhat on value. My 1999 Trailer is pretty cheap $45 or $50 maybe.
I think our van is under $200 now but my 2011 Insight is more like $350. A guy at work just bought a new ZO6 Corvette and his initial plates were $1200 . . .
We have to register campers also. Goes from Dec. to Dec. I paid 58.50 when I registered our Rockwood.
$52 every two years in MD for everything. Ours expires in September.
Trailer registration and plates are required, but only cost $10, and is valid for as long as you own it, so no annual sticker renewals needed.
A safety inspection is only required upon initial registration, and only if the trailer is equipped with brakes. Which in-turn are only required for trailers over a 3,000 lb dry weight.
Insurance is not required, but optional. If you have insurance, it would be covered under house insurance when parked, and car insurance when traveling.
In SC, the registration fee/tag is 10.00 for two years for a PUP.
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Yep, a licence plate is required in Nevada. My pup is around $25.00 per year and my utility trailer is only around $14.00 per year. Not too bad.
I just bought an "Under 2000 lb" tag from my dealer for $12. I could register it and get a proper tag, but it's not required locally. I figure the dealer tag may satisfy a curious officer enough to avoid a stop they'd otherwise make if I had no tag displayed.
A couple years ago I contacted our State Patrol before my trip to Colorado and since Wisconsin does not require plates for campers under 3000 lbs I could travel in any state as long as I had my title. I could get stopped but I would not get a ticket.
Same thing in Quebec but it cost 65$.... and no inspection but insurance is mandatory.