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Thread: Az Registration cost for a 1990+ 5 ton {not yet historic}

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    Figured I'd add a closing comment. AZ and other third party DMVS will NOT acknowledge the above mentioned documents as they are no longer binding by AZ legislature. Getting the plates was far easier through the third party DMV but still cost an arm and a leg, cost me $500 for AZ fees and $625 after adding in the third party fees. Good thing I'm planning on using this thing commercially now, it'll hopefully pay for itself, or at least the plates.
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    "Bump"
    I payed 600.00 plus last year for my 71 M816 Wrecker registration here in Arizona.
    Anyone here heard of a way to register without the weight fees.
    Thanks in advance, Lionel
    PS thanks for the Great Site !
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    If you're using it commercially, I don't have any information for you - If its a hobby truck, the two documents I posted earlier are what I take with me to register a vehicle. I did this less than two months ago. If the vehicle is 25 years old, (1971 is, certainly) you can get a historic plate. Historic plates make the GVW 0 and you'll pay no weight fees and by Arizona law, a vehicle that would otherwise require a CDL to operate does not require one if the vehicle has historic plates.

    The biggest factor seems to be getting someone behind the counter who's amenable to doing what you're asking for. I have mostly been lucky, but the several times I haven't, I have just tried again at a different location or with a different person. I know, potentially difficult in smaller towns.
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    Thanks Castle Bravo,
    I've had good fortune " if there's such a thing at the MVD " in the past . Never tried the historic plate route though.
    I hope to be returning soon with a positive report.
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    Good News !
    Got the Historic Plate !
    Thanks to everyone for the great directions
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    Glad to hear it.
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    1979 AM General M916 LET (w/Allison HD4070 7 Speed Auto Transmission)
    1986 Shoals American Industries M870A1 40 Ton Lowboy Semitrailer
    1954 Pressed Steel Car Co M172 25 Ton Low Bed Semitrailer
    1986 Chevrolet M1028 CUCV Shelter Carrier
    M197A1 Converter Dolly Trailer

    Previously M925A2, M925A1, M925, M931, XM818, M35A2C, M127A2C, M750, M146, MK18A1, M332, M105, M103, M101A2, S250/G

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