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Old 05-29-2014, 05:05 PM   #1
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As you can see below, I own a Wildwood TT. I just received my first Lic plate renew notice. To my surprise, The notice shows my TT as a Wildcat. I checked the Vin and it is correct. First question. If I get pulled over for something will there be a problem?. Second, Should I bring the discrepancy to light when I renew the plate? Thanks for your response.
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As long as the VIN # is correct, who cares what it's called. If you get pulled over doubt any LEO would compare notes.
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Old 05-29-2014, 05:21 PM   #3
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As you can see below, I own a Wildwood TT. I just received my first Lic plate renew notice. To my surprise, The notice shows my TT as a Wildcat. I checked the Vin and it is correct. First question. If I get pulled over for something will there be a problem?. Second, Should I bring the discrepancy to light when I renew the plate? Thanks for your response.
If you bought it new, the error was made when the information was entered by your dealer. The "beginning" document that starts the process in the state its sold, is the Manufacturers Statement of Origin (MSO). That has all the detail to the RV, and is the source document for Title generation. The error in that case was your dealer not inputing the information correctly. So, you can contact them to make it right. If you bought it used, Not sure, but your state DMV knows the drill, I'm sure. Good luck.
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