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Old 11-15-2008, 12:47 AM   #1
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Question FL to NH Title and Registration Questions

Hello All!

I just bought a 1975 Airstream Ambassador in Florida Yesterday. I was given a Florida Title and a Bill of Sale. The trailer currently has no registration or plates. My perminent address is in New Hampshire but I am staying in Florida for the winter while renovating the camper before it ever goes to New Hampshire. The trailer is 120 miles away from the campground I will be at all winter. Should I just hook on and tow it here without any plates or should I go to the Florida DMV and get temporary plates? Do I need to have the trailer inspected while I am in Florida? Basically it is going to be at least 5 months before the Airstream is ever actually in NH where I intend to title and register it. What do you recommend I do in the mean time? Can I just bring the FL Title and Bill of Sale to NH and do all necessary paperwork without the trailer being present? Thank you for your time and help... Joe

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Old 11-15-2008, 04:18 AM   #2
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120 miles with no plates, not wise. Not sure what the fine is but up here it would be more than the $10 for the temp plate.

As for NH, that old needs to have a Bill of Sale. The title may help to get plates in Concord, but all the ones I have registered, I have needed to get a form and have a police officer stop by to verify the VIN #. Which is always interesting as I have had to explain by there are so few numbers in the VIN and what they mean

This link may help, if not there is a contact link.

Registration FAQs - Division of Motor Vehicles, NH DOS

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