- February 18, 2020 at 17:19 #38243AnonymousInactive
Just saw a new [grievance] thread over on the Cummins forum; a whopping $1207 CA registration fee on a 2019 3500 Ram 🙁 … If true Ugg, a pretty sad situation that’s not likely to not get any better any time soon. One can only wonder where all the People’s moola goes??
- February 19, 2020 at 03:10 #38253John PerzParticipant
To Politically Correct causes, of course. The better to demonstrate the politicians ‘woke’ virtue.
I don't like to make plans. They cause the word "PREMEDITATED" to get used in court!
DON'T FEED THE VULTURES!
My Body is a Temple! Ancient, Crumbling, Probably Cursed . . .
- February 19, 2020 at 15:55 #38263AnonymousInactive
Well as a former Californian myself, it seems bordering on usury per my retirement budget. At about half that amount, Nevada (relative to about $100 bucks in Texas or Tennessee) seems high as well, though it’s possibly due to a population of only 2.9 million folks…
- February 20, 2020 at 16:28 #38272FreespoolParticipant
Just like everything else in Cali, it’s a rip off. My 2016 truck is still out at 755 plus it’s second inspection for smog. I said BS and sent them 22 bucks for a non op in 2019. 2020 is due now and they won’t get a red cent other than the small fee they charge for a one time direct trip to register in a different state.
- February 20, 2020 at 20:09 #38274AnonymousInactive
Just renewed my tags for my 2007 F250 (California) 400 dollars, it is now the same as when I bought the truck new.
- February 28, 2020 at 20:33 #38919Dumb MickParticipant
Alex, how can a 2007 be $400 when my 2017 is $500?
It’s a sad ‘state’ of affairs in the Peoples’ Republik.
Can’t wait to get out of here.
It’s good to be a n00b - so I can aspire to be just stoopid.
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