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theczar

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Posted: 06/02/19 08:39pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I knew we had it bad here but you all are making me sick. I just paid both trucks last week here in California

2016 f350 diesel - $863, smog test every 2 years $60, no prop tax

2018 f150 - $603, no smog test until year 6 then biannual, no prop tax

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Posted: 06/04/19 07:15am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

2006 dodge 3500 dually cummins 4 door 2wd-registration-$170/yearsorry double post

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$40 a year in DE for my truck.

Commercial vehicles are $40 for the first 5K lbs, and $18 for each additional thousand.

Inspection on older vehicles is required every 2 years. A lot longer on newer vehicles.

On 1996 and newer vehicles that means check computer for codes/readiness, lights/wipers/tires/etc safety check, and a brake test.


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Thanks again for all the replies. Many were helpful and a few were confusing. Some gave cost but no location.

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Posted: 06/06/19 08:34pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

West Virginia Personalized tags on my F350 say "FLYFISHN" $65.00 a year. Annual safety inspection $15


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I can confirm that CO costs are crazy for newer vehicles. They also go off MSRP, not what you actually paid. So for example, my Explorer brand new was around $900. The MSRP was about $13,000 more than what I actually paid for it. Thankfully now it's a few years old so it will probably be in the $500 range (insert eyeroll here).

To add, I don't even know what the trucks and camper cost, as my husband pays those. But I know the truck and camper were both well over $1000.


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Just renewed today (Nebraska). $1083. Ouch.


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Just renewed my 2002 fifth wheel in Colorado. $210.72.


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Good ol' NY (though not as bad as California) I pay $265 every two years, which includes custom plates which account for, I believe, $65 of that. Yearly inspections are $21 for gassers, $14 for diesels because we don't (amazingly) need emissions testing. This is for a 2018 Sierra Denali HD (2500) Duramax, with registered weight of 7,583 lbs.


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Every vehicle listed in my Sig. has PERMANENT registration, except the PT Cruiser. This year when the registration is due for renewal, it will get the PERMANENT sticker.
Some say "10 years old" qualifies for the Permanent registration, but it actually means in the eleventh year. At least, that is what I was told in 2016; "Wait until 2017, then you can get the Permanent registration. Since it seems we will keep it, this year it will get done.
IIRC, the truck cost $253 for the Permanent registration.


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