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Old 04-25-2011, 05:17 PM   #11
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We had a flat fee of $99.00 here in Minnesota for newer vehicles when we had the famous gov. Jesse Ventura.

Now they have gone back to vehicle value based fee.
Last year my 2006 F150 was $235.00. I have not received this years renewal yet, but I guess it will be in the same $230.00 range.
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Old 04-25-2011, 06:45 PM   #12
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I just received in the mail last week the registration renewal form for the GMC 2500HD- $153.00.

The TT is only $12.00. In PA, I have the option on the TT for a five year registration for $60.00. There's no savings unless the registration fees are increased during the five years but it eliminates the nuisance of writing a check for $12.00 every year.
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Old 04-25-2011, 07:37 PM   #13
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When buying our new truck to pull our new tt, neither of us considered the yearly registration fee's! Sticker shock on a new tv or tt is one thing, but to endure that same intense feeling each year when the registration renewal arrives is another!

We were surprised that the renewal arrived so soon (it's due the end of June). Duh! You need that much time to save up for the next year! I don't know, is it just Calif or do other states gouge you each year. Our fee's for the next year.... $640!


OK, I'm not really mad... but this isn't fun
Wisconsin fee for class C plates $100 per year, Insurance on that truck is $475 yearly, thats 250/500, with $500 comp & coll ded. The TT is $75 per year plates, Insurance is $150 for the year and $500 ded.
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Old 04-25-2011, 07:42 PM   #14
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Around $75.00 in Texas for my HD2500...the 5er was around $66.00.
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Old 04-25-2011, 10:02 PM   #15
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The tax on the TT for last yr was $141.00. Should be less for this yr since it's based on value.
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Old 04-26-2011, 12:31 AM   #16
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My truck was around $62. Every 3 years it goes down untill around $30.
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When buying our new truck to pull our new tt, neither of us considered the yearly registration fee's! Sticker shock on a new tv or tt is one thing, but to endure that same intense feeling each year when the registration renewal arrives is another!

We were surprised that the renewal arrived so soon (it's due the end of June). Duh! You need that much time to save up for the next year! I don't know, is it just Calif or do other states gouge you each year. Our fee's for the next year.... $640!


OK, I'm not really mad... but this isn't fun
When Arnold was governor of Calif. he doubled the vehicle regristration fees.
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I pay just over $1000.00 yr for the truck (2004 Silverado) and $400.00 yr for the TT.. The gov will let me pay monthly for this... (for a hefty monthly service fee) NOT!!!!!
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Wow! I knew California taxes/fee's us to death, but had no idea how high our DMV fee's were so high compared to other states! If it weren't for kids/grandkids, I would consider a move outta here
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Old 04-26-2011, 02:00 PM   #20
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Here in Michigan I pay annually about $120 for my Chevy 2500HD registration. On my 2005 TT I paid a flat, one time fee of $200 a number of years ago for a "Non-Expiring" registration (good as long as I own this particular TT)......, sure would be nice if it was transferable!!

Rumor going around that Michigan wants to get away from the "Non-Expiring" fee on trailers (they may have already).

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