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Old 05-09-2011, 08:47 AM   #29
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From my Minneapolis cop friends - you won't get a ticket if the tabs are in your possession, but not on the vehicle. I believe if you are willing to "appear" you can forego the ticket with proof of purchase. I received a citation from the county where my permanent camper sits. I didn't think of buying tabs since it doesn't move. I had to pay for back years. Now my Jayco and Scamp always have up to date license tabs.
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Old 05-09-2011, 12:12 PM   #30
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Brenda, that sounds fishy to me. That would mean if you had several junk cars in the backyard they would have to have current tags too, as I said b4 the governments are broke and will do whatever to get money.
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Old 05-09-2011, 12:19 PM   #31
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I have California PTI (Permanent Trailer Identification) plates. No tabs required. But then again, we don't have "Winter" here either.
The PTI is good for five years and then you have to pay up anaother $10.00
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I have California PTI (Permanent Trailer Identification) plates. No tabs required. But then again, we don't have "Winter" here either.
The PTI is good for five years and then you have to pay up another $10.00
Marg in NW California
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The PTI is good for five years and then you have to pay up another $10.00
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Yep. I got my PTI plates in 2007, so they'll have to be renewed in 2012. But that's just paperwork with nothing to put on the plates themselves.
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