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Eddiebman

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Post Tue Sep 08, 2009 9:42 pm

Plates for Trailers

I know i have saw a post somewhere on here for the place in Maine to get plates for your trailer. If someone knows let me know. I just bought a wedge and a dually today. Woohooo new towpig pics to follow. Also if anyone knows where i can get a bed for a 2001 gmc 3500 i need one.
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Post Tue Sep 15, 2009 3:39 pm

Re: Plates for Trailers

Check with any place that sells utility tool box beds they usually have beds laying around
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Post Thu Oct 01, 2009 8:41 am

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http://www.mbi-trailers.com/register/

I looked into it, called the Maryland MVA, talked to a few people and decided I didnt want to do it. It is legal in Maine to register your trailer up there but have it in MD, but it is not legal in MD to do it. Ya, you will probably never get caught, but I didnt want to chance it so i just registered mine in MD. Wasnt worth the chance. And sending that info to some random place in maine didnt sit with me well. Plenty of people do it though.
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Post Thu Oct 01, 2009 9:10 am

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i dont understand, why can't you just register it in MD?
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Re: Plates for Trailers

drgn-hrdr-thn-ur-trk wrote:i dont understand, why can't you just register it in MD?

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Post Thu Oct 01, 2009 9:25 am

Re: Plates for Trailers

these cost are for a 10,000lb trailer registration

MD
2 years = $180ish i think

Maine
5 years = $90


Maine is hella cheap! Also, if it is a used trailer you need to get it inspected in MD. Maine does not require any form of inspection.
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Post Thu Oct 01, 2009 12:15 pm

Re: Plates for Trailers

tucking22s wrote:these cost are for a 10,000lb trailer registration

MD
2 years = $180ish i think

Maine
5 years = $90


Maine is hella cheap! Also, if it is a used trailer you need to get it inspected in MD. Maine does not require any form of inspection.


oh wow

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Post Thu Oct 01, 2009 12:46 pm

Re: Plates for Trailers

Eddie! call me, I need to get in on this also, Just bought a 15k lb tri axle enclosed 36fter...like a 96 or 97 U S cargo,,,,looking for a truck now bro So keep your Black Crew cab INSIDE!...LOL
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Post Fri Oct 02, 2009 9:00 pm

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Dam some states get you I pay like $2X somin bucks for reg on my trailer in NJ...That for one year on an 18 foot open deck...My lil trailers like 12 bucks a yr...
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Post Tue May 31, 2011 2:54 pm

Re: Plates for Trailers

So is Maine the cheapest place to register a trailer? I think this is the reason why many ocean yachts are registered in Delaware because of the cheap registration. The cost is a lot but it's not enough of a difference to risk getting in trouble with the law. Do you have to pay based on weight or trailers or wheels or does it depend on the state? I was looking at the trailers over at Trailers Plus and was wondering how much plates would cost.
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