Hi We are very new owners of a travel trailer we weren't planing on buying one it jus happend , now the problem is we dont know what we have our title/ registration says 1969 aristocrat travel trailer. .. but when i look it up online, I couldn't find anything that is identical to mine and still haven't, .so I thought I'll change it up I put 1970 and THERE IT IS A PHOTO OF ONE SAME AS MINE...WHAT im confused about is ,,, COULD THE PAPERS BE WRONG/dmv,,,, what do I really have. .is that why BESIDES BEING 10YRS LATE ON TAGS that it cost 6hundred for my tags

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Comment by Lakota Wolf on March 25, 2015 at 11:36am

Any way you look at it, California WILL tax you for anything and everything.

Comment by Dwayne on March 25, 2015 at 9:04am

I have seen where the DMV has the wrong information. I had that issue with my motorhome. They gave me a piece of paper for a police officer to fill out. I had to locate the correct numbers or information, then call the police to come out and look at it and then they filled out the paper and I took it back to the DMV. As for the $600, they seen you coming. If you have already paid that, well then the pain is over. Rich is correct on what he said also

Comment by Rich Thomas on March 7, 2015 at 12:06pm

It could be that your trailer was manufactured late in 1969 for the 1970 model year and titled as a 1969. as for the cost to registering it I can't tell you a good reason they would back charge other than greed and the only way to combat that is with your vote. I sympathize with your situation  but really it's a political conundrum that can't be fixed easily. I wish you good luck; if you do end up forking over the $600.00 dollars I will tell you that the fun and quality time you can have is well worth the investment.     



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