Originally Posted by alpine44
In April of 2022 they would only issue this for vehicles with NC title for purposes of inspection and registration. Did you get an NC temp tag for a vehicle with out of state title more recently?
no i bought an old truck from the other side of town 7 years ago and had bill of sale and title.
got pulled over for tags and played stupid saying i thought dealers only got temp. tags.
then he wanted to see the vin but on that truck it is stamped into the frame rail and he didnt want to go looking for it.
i got a warning and said next time go to the DMV and get temp. tags.
i drove both of my buses home without tags and my most recent purchase was a shorty i drove from wakeforest down here with no tags only had insurance bill of sale and title not even signed over to me and had no problems but most was I40 and a had a close tag along behind me.
but they were all in state purchase.
anything out of state was all trailered but that was because they were not road ready.
maybe make your own plate saying in transit.
i was in my local DMV registering and titling the shorty and after they told me that they couldnt fully register it as a bus and i had to go to the troopers to certify it as an camper/RV and asked if i needed temp. tags to get it inspected.
that was middle of march this year in onslow county?
if you dont like the answer at one office go to another.
example i live on three county lines?
we normally go to carteret county DMV with no problems but heard that jones county little sattelite office was easier because they were contracted?
didnt turn out that way that grumpy old witch just didnt want to do it but i had a few other vehicles before that to do.
so we went to the onslow county office and got the title changed which is all we were trying to do at this point no problems.
when its time to register i might go to carteret county and see what they say?
my big bus is registered as a bus no questions asked but that was 2013 or later i think?
bill of sale and title both stamped by a notary with proof of insurance and hit the road.
the notary stamp proves its legit.