Tuesday, 30 May 2017

TOP REGISTRATION TIPS MEANT FOR CUSTOM BUILT AND ANTIQUE VEHICLES

Whether the vehicle your purchased is coming straight to you from the dealership or it is a used car you negotiated on with the private seller, you need to register it. Availing auto registration services for custom built and antique vehicles too is a legal pre-requisite. Before it can be taken on roads to, you have to take it to the local DMV office to get it registered as per the department guidelines of the state. It is far better to register the project car while in the process of building. 


It is typical of any government office to have never ending queues and long waiting hours accompanied with a lot of confusions and mess spread all over the office. You can deal with the excitement of visiting the office of department of motor vehicles by following the experts’ guidance on how to register custom built vehicle. Know the rule is the key step. Visit the website of the state DMV as the registration rules vary from state to state. For example in California it is relatively difficult than other states like New Mexico to register any car be it new or vintage. 


Learn the definitions of the designation of the cars like-is it in particular custom-built or classic or antique. In California they define a vehicle is considered to be antique vehicle if the manufacturing is at least 39 years old. For custom built vehicle, a motor vehicle has to be assembled or completely reconstructed with the use of new or used parts. 


An appointment at the office before you reach up to avail the DMV services expedites the procedure. Enquire about the documents to be taken to register the vintage vehicle will save your time and frustration. Go for the only legal method to register your vehicle and not get fooled by the false promises of the guy standing at a corner and signaling you fast services. The registration fee will depend on the type and age of the vehicle and the residence address of the owner. 
Location: Los Angeles, CA, USA

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