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Old 10-19-2016, 12:38 PM   #11
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When did you send it?
Around the time I started this thread on Oct 5th. I'll post again when I receive the plates.

Edit: spoke too soon, plates arrived today!! 14 day turnaround and I'm registered.
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Old 10-19-2016, 12:44 PM   #12
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I am giving this a shot as well. I sent my application last week. Fingers crossed.
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Old 10-19-2016, 12:52 PM   #13
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I am giving this a shot as well. I sent my application last week. Fingers crossed.
Good luck Justin, I am following your build... post with success in another week or so
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Old 10-19-2016, 03:57 PM   #14
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Thinking I may go this route too now.... with everything going on I may not even be in Tennessee any longer by the end of the year.... so will be nice to be able to just update a Vermont registration with a new address and keep the existing plate.

I noticed in the instructions I think it was, there is a two year option for registration.... did you go for 2 or only 1?
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Old 10-23-2016, 05:25 PM   #15
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I take it this method can be used for all sorts of vehicles?

I have a truck that belonged to my late grandpa that he never had a title for, He always had meant to get it, but it just never happened before he started to decline in health. One of the reasons the project has been on hold is the title, the other being that I was an unpaid intern for most of last year.
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Old 10-23-2016, 06:38 PM   #16
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I think the OP said in the first post that he did it for motorcycles, so I take that to mean you can do it for anything.

If you don't have a title and your grandpa has passed then you'll need the probate papers that show interest in the vehicle passing to you, or other documentation that shows it is your vehicle now (bill of sale, notarized gift statement, etc). You should be able to file a lost title in your state to get the old one cancelled and a new one issued, which you could then use in the transfer process (along with the other documentation previously mentioned). Every state is different so I can't advise you on that any further than I already have.
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Old 10-23-2016, 07:40 PM   #17
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I think the OP said in the first post that he did it for motorcycles, so I take that to mean you can do it for anything.

If you don't have a title and your grandpa has passed then you'll need the probate papers that show interest in the vehicle passing to you, or other documentation that shows it is your vehicle now (bill of sale, notarized gift statement, etc). You should be able to file a lost title in your state to get the old one cancelled and a new one issued, which you could then use in the transfer process (along with the other documentation previously mentioned). Every state is different so I can't advise you on that any further than I already have.
This is correct, but you don't need to file for a lost title in your state. Either way I would get a vin verification from your local sheriff run to prove it isn't stolen. Mail that in with your bill of sale (write one up yourself if you must ... mine have all been hand written) and send a check covering the sales tax on your purchase value -- or NADA value, whichever is higher) and the cost to register whatever type of vehicle it is. Also include the application. Obviously you'll fill it out slightly differently. If your vehicle is over 15yrs they'll send you a transferable registration which you can then use to retitle in your home state. If it's newer than 15 yrs they'll send you an actual title. Best of luck.
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I'll be mailing mine off tomorrow, wish me luck.
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Old 10-24-2016, 01:49 PM   #19
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My paperwork is on its way.... fingers and toes crossed.... it will be 181 bucks well spent if it works out (I opted for the 2 yr registration - 140, 35 for title, 6 for warranty (whatever THAT'S supposed to be for, but the instructions said it had to be paid... it is what it is)....

VT form, copy of title front and back, and the dealership gave me a separate statement of vehicle tax paid (7%) so I sent a copy of that as well.
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Old 10-24-2016, 04:15 PM   #20
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My paperwork is on its way.... fingers and toes crossed.... it will be 181 bucks well spent if it works out (I opted for the 2 yr registration - 140, 35 for title, 6 for warranty (whatever THAT'S supposed to be for, but the instructions said it had to be paid... it is what it is)....

VT form, copy of title front and back, and the dealership gave me a separate statement of vehicle tax paid (7%) so I sent a copy of that as well.
Did you include sales tax, or proof that sales tax was already paid? If not I don't believe you will like the outcome...

Edit: oops, just saw your edit. Post when you get those plates!!
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