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AZ 2013 F250: license tax (1 year) $402, registration $8, air quality fee $1.50. No emissions testing outside of Tucson and Phoenix.


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Wow thanks for all the replies. We are considering relocating but have not decided where yet. It is amazing that some states make it so hard to find this info. I have read on hear about people having to register their dually trucks as commercial. I surprised no one gave details about that here.

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Colorado has to be the worst for new vehicles. I know it's over $1,000 for a new one, maybe someone here with a new truck can post.

This will give you a clue. We bought a new Big Horn fifth wheel it was a “11” bought in “10”. $1300 first year. $1300 second year, because it was still considered new, they said. Third year was just under $1000. Never even used it in Colo, always camped in WY and wintered in AZ. I’ve heard of people that had several different utility trailers an just swapped their plate to which they were using at the time. I’d get caught the minute I’d hit the street.



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I have the truck registered for 23,000 lbs., you license by GCW in Missouri, and it runs around $100 per year. It would be cheaper if I went to a lower weight, but 23,000 lb. makes me legal. And we did have a trooper check us when he stopped us for expired tag. It wasn't expired, I just hadn't put it on. Oops. He said he might have called DOT if we had 12,000 lb. tag on our longbed dually and 40' toyhauler. [emoticon]


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New 2018 F250 class 4 tags for pa is $220 per year

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zcookiemonstar wrote:

Wow thanks for all the replies. We are considering relocating but have not decided where yet. It is amazing that some states make it so hard to find this info. I have read on hear about people having to register their dually trucks as commercial. I surprised no one gave details about that here.


If considering relocating, consider Georgia. No state income tax on retirement benefits, including social security. Unless you are wealthy with very unusual retirement earnings, you will not pay any state tax. Property taxes vary, of course, but are often less than the national average. Housing costs are way below the national average. Cost of living below national average. Climate choices vary from coastal sub tropical to mountains. Big cities to rural. I live in a small town where you can still have lunch at the drugstore but am 45 minutes from Atlanta, and half that from a major university and one of the top 10 hospitals in the nation! Best of everything! Veterans pay half of vehicle annual registration, free driver's license renewal!

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Ohio:

Passenger vehicle will pay $34.50.

Light Non-Commercial Vehicles (up to ¾ of a ton) cost $49.50 to renew and Heavy Non-Commercial Vehicles (up to a 1 ton capacity) are $84.50 to renew.

Service Fees:

The state of Ohio charges a Deputy Registrar license agency fee of $3.50 for a 1-year renewal.
There is a 2% processing fee assessed for all online credit card transactions.
There is a $0.41 postal fee assessed for the mailing of all renewals.

No license tax/personal property tax. It's a relatively inexpensive state for these things.


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2006 dodge ram 3500 dually.cummins-$174 year

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Just paid it yesterday, California 2016 F250 $660.00. No smog test for the first 5 years and no personal property tax.


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Indiana:

~$500 depending on details. $45 for registration, and for a 2018 F-350 Super Duty Crew Diesel, ~$450 tax.

(Ohio is sooooo much better for this!)

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