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Old 08-23-2006, 01:16 AM
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Indiana trailer license or permit?

I plan on buying a tandem trailer car trailer in Indiana, picking up a car in Michigan, and towing it home. My question is, "What do I do about a license or permit, to use till I get home to Saskatchewan"?
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Here's somewhere you could try (you may have to email or phone someone for a good answer):

www.in.gov/bmv

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Thanks, I tried emailing the Indiana bmv, but have not got an answer back. Guess I could phone them. They are probably locked onto government time. That is why I turned to the Ford Enthusiasts List. There is usually somone here with the right answer, right quick. Best darn list a Ford owner can belong to.
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If your buying it from a dealer, They should give you a temp permit. If not Check with the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vechicles for one. They are having some computor problems so keep trying
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here in indiana you can purchase a 31 day temp tag just like the dealerships have from the bmv but as said before if ur buying from a dealer then he will suply one free of charge
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