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Old 01-08-2015, 07:59 AM   #15
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If bank sent title to po old address then simply have po drive to dmv and get copy as it is 10 bucks.
The seller and I are both in AZ. Neither of us lives in CA anymore. We can't just pop into a CA DMV.

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Awww that sounds Normal you should be fine... I was told the same thing with our title coming from Ca it will get here eventually. You have the BOS and you have the Motorhome so all is good plus Ar already gave you a temp registration so dont sweat it
Thanks, glad to hear others have had the same experience. I appreciate your reassurances.

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Hope it moves quickly do you get the paperwork to put your mind at ease
Thanks, it's really tough staying all puckered up for such a long time!

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Old 01-09-2015, 08:19 PM   #16
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Just to close the loop, the seller rxd the CA title yesterday, the day after I posted this. We drove 50 miles to get it in person rather than trusting the USPS. It's now properly signed over to us and we're ready to register/title in AZ. Per AZ MVD, signed title and $$ are all we need at this time.

Thanks to everyone who gave advice. There was nothing anyone else could do but it was helpful to know others had gone through similar ordeals.

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Old 01-09-2015, 08:36 PM   #17
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good te hear all worked as it should.... enjoy your new mh
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Great news,safe and happy travels to you.
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Congrats now the sooner you get titled the sooner you can enjoy owning it
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Old 01-10-2015, 10:15 PM   #20
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It took me a year and a half to get my title because a co-owner of the dealership had embezzled my money. I found this out from a phone call from the police. And the person that had consigned it to the dealership got worse - pennies on the dollar due to the dealer filing Chapter 11.

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No title? No sale!!
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Talk to the loan officer at your bank and tell him what your doing. They can prepare a draft for you that he can take to his bank that will state funds to be released upon receipt of tittle. The same way they would do it if it was financed, just you pay your bank the cash. They may charge a small transaction fee. My bank has done this for me and although I always offer to pay for the service, they've never charged me. If your bank is unwilling to do this (no reason they shouldnt) finance the rv then pay it off soon as tittle arrives. It can even be a secured loan against funds deposited into a holding account to cover the note. Doing it that way you will have minimal fees and interest. I always pays cash and this is the way I protect myself, always worked so far.
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Old 01-11-2015, 05:11 PM   #22
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You thought the California wait was long before......now the California DMV is busy issuing 1 million illegal aliens a driver's license per new State law. At least now when they run into you without insurance, you can write down their useless driver's license number.
I think somebody said that the state of Arizona has been ordered to do the same thing. I bet Gov.Jan Brewer is Oped!
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Just to close the loop, the seller rxd the CA title yesterday, the day after I posted this. We drove 50 miles to get it in person rather than trusting the USPS. It's now properly signed over to us and we're ready to register/title in AZ. Per AZ MVD, signed title and $$ are all we need at this time.

Thanks to everyone who gave advice. There was nothing anyone else could do but it was helpful to know others had gone through similar ordeals.

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2010 WGO Vista 30W (love the space, hate 8mpg)
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