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Old May 2nd @ 06:03 pm   #1
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So, I understand you gotta keep your license plate when you sell a vehicle. That plate needs to be used on another vehicle or returned to the DMV so you can get a refund on your fees that are left til the reg. expires.
K. so there are forms all over the dmv site to help you mail in your plates, but nothing about using the plate on another vehicle.

I would guess that you would have to give the dmv some sort of info letting them know that you moved the plate from one vehicle to another.... but what?

Last time we did this thru the dealer and they just took the plate off the old car and put in on the new one, but I am sure they filled out some sort of paperwork.

What do we need to do here? Anybody know??


 
 
Old May 2nd @ 06:46 pm   #2
 
When you go to register the vehicle you bought, or already have, you bring the plate with you to do it. They take care of everything there.
 
 
Old May 2nd @ 08:01 pm   #3
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okay.... I guess I should have said....

without going to the DMV..... how can I do this?

So basically, this is something that I would have to do in person ( or get one of those services to do) right?

No other way huh??

How do the dealerships do it?
 
 
Old May 2nd @ 08:57 pm   #4
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From: The Devil's Playground

Motorcycle: Shift Red 2005 Yamaha YZF-R1
Send a PM to "trackday.net" or maybe Mike can post up the answer here.

He'll definitely know if you have to go in to the office for sure or not to get this done.
 
 
Old May 2nd @ 11:54 pm   #5
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From: Vegas Knights MC

Motorcycle: 2004 GSX-R 600
To keep the plates u just have to go down there and tell them when ur registereing your car for the first time... no mail-in option.
 
 
Old May 3rd @ 08:16 am   #6
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Quote:
Originally Posted by food
To keep the plates u just have to go down there and tell them when ur registereing your car for the first time... no mail-in option.

Tha's what I was afraid of!

Thanks for the info guys!
 
 
Old May 3rd @ 05:16 pm   #7
 
Only place worst than the DMV is a funeral home or the IRS....
 
 
Old May 4th @ 06:58 am   #8
 
If you go there early it's not too bad. None of the junkies, stay at home lazy fucks or any of those stupid people don't get out of bed until 11. So if you're there by 7 you're good to go.
 
 
Old May 7th @ 04:44 pm   #9
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From: In that old blue chair...

Motorcycle: FXB12RR
Shell,
Stay away from the orifices on Mondays and Fridays and days after holidays. They open at 8 but the lines start formin' around 730ish. Depending on who you get you'll need both plates or if you find some slacker they will just pull the decal off of the old plate and give you a new decal. It's up to you if you want to keep your old plates. I've got the old blue plates on my fleet and keep 'em each time I switch vehicles...

I'd join you and make a day out of it but I talked the dealershit into a 90 day from Arizona so I won't be makin' the trek until July.
 
 
Old May 7th @ 06:29 pm   #10
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I'd join you and make a day out of it but I talked the dealershit into a 90 day from Arizona so I won't be makin' the trek until July.



Well, it turned out to be not too bad...
Went to that new DMV up by 215/decatur....
In and out in 30min


It was about 10am on Thursday morning in case your interested!

 
 

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