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Old 07-22-2013, 05:21 PM   #1
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Ok I bought this u haul dolly and have a bill of sale. My state says all I need for such a dolly is a bill of sale, no license needed. Can I assume I am the legal owner of this dolly? Or is the fact that is once was a u haul item makes it for sure stolen, or hot item?
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Old 07-22-2013, 05:27 PM   #2
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I would think a call to U-haul with an SN would answer the question...
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Ok I bought this u haul dolly and have a bill of sale. My state says all I need for such a dolly is a bill of sale, no license needed. Can I assume I am the legal owner of this dolly? Or is the fact that is once was a u haul item makes it for sure stolen, or hot item?

It is my understanding that in Missouri all you need is the bill of sale. Is the bill of sale legit?

If it is, you're good to go. Make sure you have the bos with you in case you do get stopped.

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It is my understanding that in Missouri all you need is the bill of sale. Is the bill of sale legit?

If it is, you're good to go. Make sure you have the bos with you in case you do get stopped.

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BOS will not matter if it is stolen, my understanding is "found" stolen property would be returned to the lawful owner by law enforcement.
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If its a U-Haul one more than likely its hot, as far as I know U-Haul only sells their trucks, they refurbish or scrap towables.

If I were worried about it I would contact U-Haul at their abandoned equipment line 1-888-886-0782

They may even offer a reward for it if it is stolen
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If its a U-Haul one more than likely its hot, as far as I know U-Haul only sells their trucks, they refurbish or scrap towables.

If I were worried about it I would contact U-Haul at their abandoned equipment line 1-888-886-0782

They may even offer a reward for it if it is stolen
U Haul does sell other equipment in our area of the country. We have 2 U haul dealers with large inventories of trucks, dollies, trailers, and other moving equipment. About every other year they sell off the older equipment. We looked at a couple dollies before deciding to buy a Roadmaster 2000-1.

When they sell something the Bill of Sale is on the company stationary complete with the letterhead and full description and serial number of the item purchased. If your BOS isn't an official company documnent with the appropriate identification I would be warry
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U Haul does sell other equipment in our area of the country. We have 2 U haul dealers with large inventories of trucks, dollies, trailers, and other moving equipment. About every other year they sell off the older equipment.
Dang wish they did around here, I would buy a 6x12 cargo trailer and a car hauler ASAP, don't get me wrong, I love my car hauler, but it weighs in at 2400 empty, granted it can hold a lot more weight than a uhaul
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Dang wish they did around here, I would buy a 6x12 cargo trailer and a car hauler ASAP, don't get me wrong, I love my car hauler, but it weighs in at 2400 empty, granted it can hold a lot more weight than a uhaul
I looked at some of their trailers a few years ago. I wanted it to haul either my end loader or John Deere tractor. When I found out the ones they were selling were only capable of a 4,000 lb load I decided to pass. I ended up with an equipment trailer that weighs 2,100 lbs empty, but is capable of carrying 10,000 lbs. With that kind of capacity I could can both the loader and the tractor with room left over for a few barrels of beer.
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