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Old 03-11-2011, 04:57 PM   #1
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out of state TT purchase

Has anyone purchased a TT from a out of state dealer ?
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I've done it twice now, most recently our new motor home last fall. In both cases the selling dealer gave me the certificates of origin, required to register a brand new vehicle. If used, all you'll need is the title, signed over to you. In both cases we had to pay the sales taxes here in WI to register the new vehicles, something we had anticipated both times and we had checks from the dealer for the proper amount to do just that. Both times were relatively painless.

The first time the dealer delivered the new rig to us. In the second we had plates from our trade in to transfer to the new motor home. If you are doing the transporting from dealer to home you may need to get a temporary tag, depending on the state in which you are buying it, to get you home. In others just having a copy of the purchase order, in case you are stopped, will suffice. You'll need to do some homework to determine what you will need in that regard.

Bottom line, it was no big deal. Just had to spend a little time at the local DMV office to get it registered once we got it home.

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thanks,it would be new from IL the dealer said he would charge me my tax rate in my state NY.The dealer gave me a quote of $1,000 for shipping about 900 miles.I would have to purchase a IL temp tag to transport.
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thanks,it would be new from IL the dealer said he would charge me my tax rate in my state NY.The dealer gave me a quote of $1,000 for shipping about 900 miles.I would have to purchase a IL temp tag to transport.
We just bought an RV in PA. We live in NJ. The dealer gave us the option of having him do all the NJ DMV legwork for a nominal fee. We got a temp. tag to drive the RV home and new NJ plates and permanent registration arrived in the mail a couple of weeks later. Painless.
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thanks,it would be new from IL the dealer said he would charge me my tax rate in my state NY.The dealer gave me a quote of $1,000 for shipping about 900 miles.I would have to purchase a IL temp tag to transport.
We did the same thing. The TT came from Wisconsin, the shipping was around $1000 to Colorado, the taxes were paid in Colorado, and the temp tag was around $15 IIRC.
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