Michigan Title Issue

74M35A2

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Steel Soldiers Supporter
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Location
Livonia, MI
You need to give more details when you describe, both complete sides of the story. Get it plated correctly. Guessing you didn't move the title into your name yet either?

I do the big $ weight plate, and I have never been pulled over in the 5 or so years and 10,000 miles I have owned my M925a2, right next door to you. $460/yr. The court is going to tell you the same thing. But then I don't have anybody telling me when/where I can not drive it. Big toys, big $ to use them freely.
 

Roach1319

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Location
Dearborn Heights, Michigan
Title is in my name I just have not had a chance to get the plates.
Officer said nothing about the plate. Just the height of the bumpers and the frame.
I have almost 3000 miles in this and never had any issues till today.
 

porkysplace

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Steel Soldiers Supporter
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mid- michigan
No the plate I have been using is a transit repair plate.
Your going to run into plate violation issues , since your daily driving with it.
https://www.legislature.mi.gov/documents/2005-2006/billanalysis/Senate/pdf/2005-SFA-1399-A.pdf

https://www.michigan.gov/documents/Repair_Manual_Chapter_1_132938_7.pdf

Chapter 1: Licensing Requirements
Page
9
Revised November 2017
Section
1-7
In-Transit
Repair
Plates
1- 7.1 Authori
zation.
Registered repair facilities
m ay use special license plates on vehicles.
Michigan law permits
the use of in-transi
t repai
r plate
s for specified
purpose
s only. All other uses
are prohibited.
1- 7.2 Use.
Individuals or businesses that occasionally pick up and deliver a vehicle or m
ove a
vehicle for repair or service m
ay use an in
-transit plate to do so. No bonding is required of these
individuals or businesses.
1- 7.3 Expiration
Date.
In-transi
t plate
s expir
e on March
31st
of each year
. Application
s for
in-
transit plates are obtained and processed a
t Secretary of State bran
ch offices using Form BDVR
-
124. Proof
of
insurance for
all non
-owne
d vehicle
s is require
d and must be presented at tim
e of
application. The annual fee for each plate is $20.
1- 7.4 Replacement.
If an
in-transit plate is lost, d
estroyed or stolen, a replacem
ent plate m
ay
be obtained for $5 at any Secretary of State branch office
 

74M35A2

Well-known member
Steel Soldiers Supporter
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Location
Livonia, MI
Good luck. News said 400 bills on his desk right now. Feel sorry it is so hard for you guys.
 

dunedigger

Member
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Location
Hart, MI
I believe the governor vetoed based on no time to hear facts on the matter and was influenced from a few opposing it. It will be presented again this year revised.
 

acudanut

Member
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Location
Gardner, Ks
Don't blame trolls. Blame AM General, and our Govt.. They Sent out notices to all 50 states that they are not to be titled for on road use. It was part of the their contract when they were first made. Unsafe for civilian use. LOL.
Too many people buying these and not doing their homework.
 
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