What's required in the California inspection? I got her started in the system, (she had dropped off titling) and I go to AAA. 80 bucks, a bill of sale, an inspection, and I get to keep her 50/60s black plate!!
Post by Gone Kayaking on Apr 25, 2013 15:48:40 GMT -5
IT's not really an inspection they just are really seeing if the VIN matches....so make sure you can find the VIN on the tongue. I was all worried they were going to make me show that here systems and everythign were fine and lights worked etc..... they could've cared less. They also want to figure out if you are a PTI which means you need to be less than 16' and 1500lbs I think....anyway with your 1500 that should be no problem.
1956 Shasta 1500
Can't wait to go campin'
Post by skinnybumplip on Apr 25, 2013 20:29:31 GMT -5
I just went into AAA last week and because I'm applying for a PTI and a YOM (year of manufacture) plate Meaning I found an old plate from a old trailer and if its not in the system anymore then they can reissue it to my trailer. So because DMV has to send the plate # and paper work to Sacramento to get approved / AAA said I had to go to DMV I made an appointment in San Clemente office which is always faster than Oceanside. This is what I'm going through maybe because its an out of state trailer. Hope this dosent confuse you. Here is a link that helped me out.
I figured it'd be better to get her legal.. HB cops are.. Well.. We don't get along. We're going to be camping as were working on her, so it's most important I got her legal first. Aaa handed me the plate without taking mine.