Interstate DOT Question

Re: Interstate DOT Question

PostBy: SMITTY On: Fri Oct 01, 2010 9:42 pm

If you can't move, the next best thing is: -- you'll receive a ME reg in your name at a ME P.O. Box.

I registered both my trailers for 7 years for under $330 WITH sales tax. & no title was required for my 9980 GVWR trailer. In MA, that would be my YEARLY rate, PLUS sales tax, PLUS title at $75!! This damn state got soo greedy with trailer registrations this past year that people are fleeing MA reg by the thousands. Can't blame them one bit. I'll never register a trailer in this state again ...... unless this state gets their collective heads out of their asses, and finally begins to realize that when you tax the ever-living *censored* out of people in a recession, you are just sending business over the border. :mad:
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Re: Interstate DOT Question

PostBy: coaledsweat On: Sat Oct 02, 2010 7:50 am

japar wrote:What is a single passenger vehical ?

It means any one vehicle as opposed to a group of them, not a vehicle capable of carrying 1 passenger I would think. It is a fancy way (lawyer speak) of saying all. :)
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Re: Interstate DOT Question

PostBy: japar On: Sat Oct 02, 2010 4:55 pm

I still have my 1996 homemade trailer registered in Ma and that plate I use on a couple of different trailers . I was going to go to Maine Trailer to register my big trailer but ran out of time, I registered it to my business in RI thats where the trailers parked. For some reason they charged me sale tax even thought I had a Ma title in my name but the annual fee is only $8
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