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Old 04-13-2014, 05:57 PM   #11
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Would you like to buy a bridge with that "in the mail" check??

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Got the check Saturday!
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Old 04-22-2014, 10:59 AM   #12
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Bought my Motorhome (used) in Southern Indiana and they showed me the KY inspection sticker at PDI. So, I presume it is required.

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Old 06-10-2014, 09:05 AM   #13
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Bought my FR3 in St. Louis and had insurance before i picked it up....
Not sure how/why anyone would take ownership and move it without insurance first...see OP because that s what jumped out to me. You state you brought it home then put insurance on it.

Registered with DMV, paid the taxes on it and done. Only inspection was $5 to have sheriffs dept ( same building as dmv) check and record the VIN.

Fire dept not required on new vehicle/ trailers.

/ insurance first...dont even have to own it to insure it. Just sayin.
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Old 06-25-2014, 08:55 PM   #14
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Going to pick up my pup from Ohio on Friday (Insured it today). I hope it goes as smooth as zippy's experience when I back here in Anderson Co.
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Old 06-25-2014, 09:17 PM   #15
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Bought my FR3 in St. Louis and had insurance before i picked it up....
Not sure how/why anyone would take ownership and move it without insurance first...see OP because that s what jumped out to me. You state you brought it home then put insurance on it.

Registered with DMV, paid the taxes on it and done. Only inspection was $5 to have sheriffs dept ( same building as dmv) check and record the VIN.

Fire dept not required on new vehicle/ trailers.

/ insurance first...dont even have to own it to insure it. Just sayin.
I called my insurance agent as the lady was completing my paperwork when I purchased the Flagstaff - gave him the VIN, drove down the road already covered.

On the Clerks/DMV deal - I guess that's ONE good thing about this stupid state I live in - ALL of the DMV's are run by the State and you'll get the same surly answer from any of the employees, from Salisbury to LaVale.
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Old 01-26-2015, 07:54 PM   #16
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Same thing happened to me. I had to call twice to ask. The second lady checked to see (after a prompt from me) and said no fire inspection needed (or VIN inspection either).


So a big 'Thanx" to you guys!
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Old 01-26-2015, 08:14 PM   #17
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Glad to hear you'll be getting you $60 back - although no compensation for the time and frustration.

Worst DMV I've seen was in New Mexico. The clerks go out of their way to not help you. When we bought a new car from a dealer in Colorado they (NM DMV) told me I needed a VIN inspection from their in house guy - but he wasn't in so come back. Second trip she looks out the window and says "We don't do VIN inspections during inclement weather". I looked out the window and saw a single snowflake! Third trip the VIN guy is there, no rain, snow, flying monkeys, etc so I should be good to go. The VIN guy takes one look at the bill of sale and says "Oh, we don't have to do a VIN inspection on new cars"!!

And that's but one reason why I now live in Colorado!
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