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Discussion in '6.9L IH & 7.3L IDI Diesels' started by Haulinhorse, Apr 14, 2021.

  1. chillman88

    chillman88 Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Wow... You must be in the city then? Or one of the heavily taxed suburbs?
     
  2. Cubey

    Cubey Full timer RVer

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    My F250's weight is listed as something like 2800lbs on my Arkansas registration, as I recall.
     
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    Yep.. but not for long!
    Moving up towards Newburgh next month, if the bank, and lawyers can get their act together with the paperwork.
     
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    Just tagged my new to me 93 here in Ne- 233$
     
  5. ISPKI

    ISPKI Welding/metallurgical engineer/Metalsmith

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    My 94 Super duty was 740$ to register at 12,500lbs. 12,501 and up it has to be registered commercial and would cost about 180$ per year. 740$ included sales tax on some arbitrary value but registration came in over half that. Good for 3 years, no emissions, no inspection.

    They listed the unloaded weight of my 12ft F-SuperDuty as 4,000lbso_O
     
  6. Danielle

    Danielle I can't even Supporting Member

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    Mine are about 72 a year. NJ got rid of all personal safety inspections and 1996 and older diesel are emissions exempt. Woohoo!

    Commercial here is so strict now that even though insure my truck through my business as business and personal, I keep it registered personal.

    Cops have been targeting commercial plates for being used personal.

    2 years ago they were nailing people coming out of the campground towing their campers with commercial vehicles!!
     
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    Thats everywhere as far as i know, paid the same on long island when i lived there, and up north
     
  8. frankenwrench

    frankenwrench overkill is under rated!

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    Man I'm glad I live in Texas to register a vehicle. Last time I bought a truck I had it registered, inspected, and combat veteran tags. Costed me a whopping 85 bucks. And that's also with the title swap to my name. Past 4 years on that truck, 50 bucks a year for registration and inspection.
     
  9. chillman88

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    Mine isn't even close to that. Safety inspection is $10 and I just renewed mine for $148.50
    It's registered for 10,000#

    Granted that doesn't include the $75 for plates and title since it was a renewal.

    I'm between Syracuse and Rochester.
     
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    Most of those are all such low registration fees.......... California has decided my truck is heavy and commercial, so I get around $210 in registration and then another $80 “weight” fee. I know a couple other guys here in California have it even worse too
     
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    Yeah like me. Just paid mine last month, $350 :kick::fan:

    I was curious so I looked at how they broke it down. $119 for registration, $18 license fee, $204 Weight fee and $9 for county fees. guess they think my truck is a heavy pig.
     
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    ~$270 in CA, but no safety inspections or smog, $440/yr insurance so all in all not too bad relative to cost of living and wages where I live.
     
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    CA: 1994 F350 Crewcab was $390 this year. Rate increases each year.
     
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    $240 one time for permanent plates here in Montana! 1994 F350 crew cab 4x4
     
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    Fully agree. I'd like to end it in CA.
     
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