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Old 12-28-2004, 05:55 PM
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registration fees.

renewed my registration on the truck today, it bites to pay so much for licencing a ranger, but i was noticing what a 1 ton would be- and ouch, 30 bucks more for a 1 ton vs a 3/4. if i truely needed a 1 ton or dual rear wheels, i do beleive id beef up a 3/4 and do a axle swap. 80 bucks is a heck of a lot for a sticker, dont know how many of you have F350s but im sure those that do know what i mean. the d.m.v.
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Old 12-28-2004, 06:20 PM
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I paid over $120 for non-commercial tags for my 96 F350 ,4x4, crewcab, w/460, faux dually. Talk about sticker shock. And that's what it was via the vin number. I wish I had more than 5 acres of farm land, I believe I would be able to get tags cheaper if it was registered for farm use. My old truck (other make, 1/2 ton) was half that price, like a passenger car.

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Old 12-29-2004, 02:57 PM
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wow! it must vary from county-to county, i could see having differnt rates from state-to-state, but i thought it would be the same rate within a state. ive never looked into farm tags, ive heard of them and seen a couple though.
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I believe that they did away with the farm tags a couple of years ago didn't they? I haven't seen any for some time now. People were thinking too much like us and taking advantage of the 10 acres = farm thing I guess. I figure with the property taxes we have to pay, why not get a break on the licenses.
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wow! it must vary from county-to county, i could see having differnt rates from state-to-state, but i thought it would be the same rate within a state. ive never looked into farm tags, ive heard of them and seen a couple though.
Yeah it does vary, I'm in Allen county and it's about $5 more for the cars than Richland where I register my truck.
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Sure glad I have historical tags on EVERYTHING but my daily driver.
Try tagging a semi truck for 80K#....wahoo!!! Put historical tags on it....$25 for 50 yrs . Luckily I don't use it commercially.
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what would qualify a vehicle as historical?
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Ohio fees are nothing compared to indiana..... They base the cost on the value of the vehicle. I was looking at buying a new ranger in 2000. The plates would have been $240...
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My Lincoln LS was around $45.00 I think by the time I got it registered in Ohio, state inspection, and tags. California wanted over $370.00. That's just crazy. They also have a tax for people who own more that two vehicles that are registered in the state. I'm not going back there, I don't care how cold it gets here.
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It would suck for me since I own four cars. 2 broncos, a mark viii and a cutlass supreme. It ran 185 to pay for all four. Thats one personal plate on the m8 and Imjust pay taxes on the 88bronco its not running right now.
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