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Old 05-21-2016, 02:46 PM   #11 (permalink)
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It's not the $1.25 that gets me, why not just build it into the registration if the sled hasn't been registered for X-number of years.

What do you think is the administration cost to collect this $1.25

Yes I just sent it in, couldn't even do it online. And no it did not come with a postage paid envelop
Yeah true. It's government though, so many hoops to jump through. At least it's cheap hoop I guess.
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Old 05-22-2016, 08:48 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Too funny. Status quo. I sold a damn near new Triton a few years ago that was never registered (Wisconsin owner) and you should have seen the hoops me and the new owner had to go through here in MN for registration...I would have rolled it into the woods and set it on fire if I would have known all the chasing my tail I had to do when I sold it. I used the damn think one time!

I'm convinced registrations would go up on sleds if the DNR would make it easier. Hell, most are just happier to risk a ticket than deal with all that Tom-foolery.
My trailer still isn't in my name and I've owned it for 7 years for that reason the assclowns at the Dmv. It has the lifetime sticker on it, but I can't legally sell it.
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My trailer still isn't in my name and I've owned it for 7 years for that reason the assclowns at the Dmv. It has the lifetime sticker on it, but I can't legally sell it.

Ohhhh....what a cluster it was too. It was like a "Who's on first" skit.

"We can't register it until it's been registered." "You can't get a registration until you have one."

Hioleeee fuuuuuck!!!!!!


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That's what I thought too. Maybe trailers are different. What a train wreck. I damn near came close to just giving the guy his money back. It was a steal but I bet he'd have been happy to take a refund.


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the company I use to work for is based in iowa. everytime I got a new truck from them it was like pulling teeth trying to register it in minnesota. It would drive the office lady nuts. She never had any problems with the surrounding states registering trucks.
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Old 05-22-2016, 07:42 PM   #15 (permalink)
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In PA DNR is in charge of snowmobile atv registration also. Its bs they are so slow and stupid stuff like that they are really not set up to handle it. I don't understand why they don't have it through the DMV that is already set up to handle that kind of stuff just like it is done in NY
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whenever I sell something now, here in Mi. that does not have a title I take the permanent (in my name) plate off (trailer) or peel the registration sticker off if
it is a sled or boat, that way the new owner has to register it in his name. I don't
want someone riding/driving/towing anything that is in my name if something bad
were to happen. have sold several sleds in the past that depending on when the
registration expired (1-3 years) I would get a renewal in the mail, meaning the new
owner still hadn't put it in his name. so I threw them in the trash, screw it let him
figure out how to get it in his name after 1-3 years.
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Old 05-22-2016, 09:28 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Too funny. Status quo. I sold a damn near new Triton a few years ago that was never registered (Wisconsin owner) and you should have seen the hoops me and the new owner had to go through here in MN for registration...I would have rolled it into the woods and set it on fire if I would have known all the chasing my tail I had to do when I sold it. I used the damn think one time!

I'm convinced registrations would go up on sleds if the DNR would make it easier. Hell, most are just happier to risk a ticket than deal with all that Tom-foolery.
I bought a trailer from WI.. Its my "uncle's" that I'm borrowing. He lives in WI.

Hehehehe.
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whenever I sell something now, here in Mi. that does not have a title I take the permanent (in my name) plate off (trailer) or peel the registration sticker off if
it is a sled or boat, that way the new owner has to register it in his name. I don't
want someone riding/driving/towing anything that is in my name if something bad
were to happen. have sold several sleds in the past that depending on when the
registration expired (1-3 years) I would get a renewal in the mail, meaning the new
owner still hadn't put it in his name. so I threw them in the trash, screw it let him
figure out how to get it in his name after 1-3 years.
Thats why whenever I've sold something used, whether it be vehicle or sled, I always take a picture of their ID and a signed bill of sale stating that they were infact the purchasee of said object. Anything bad happens, the cops get their address from me!
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Psssssh, trailers are easy.....

Build a custom motorcycle sometime with no existing proof of ownership outside of statements of origin for major parts and get it titled in MN. I've done it twice (because I didn't learn the first time, apparently), if I ever build another I'll start with a titled wreck.

Can you say scrutiny? Clusterfuck defined.
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Psssssh, trailers are easy.....

Build a custom motorcycle sometime with no existing proof of ownership outside of statements of origin for major parts and get it titled in MN. I've done it twice (because I didn't learn the first time, apparently), if I ever build another I'll start with a titled wreck.

Can you say scrutiny? Clusterfuck defined.

Honestly, it started to get pretty insulting. Do I look like a shady character who peddles stolen snowmobile trailers in the dark of the night? I don't think so. But the guy I sold it to kinda did. But he was buying it! So, must have been me. Maybe I'll wear a nice suit and some "bling" at my next visit to their little clown show,


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