Register a 2002 Camry in Calif. will cost...?

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Old 04 Oct 2004, 07:30 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default Register a 2002 Camry in Calif. will cost...?

Howdy.

I have my dad's 2002 Camry in California for the next year. It's out of
state registration will expire this month. So I guess I'll need to
register it here.

It's made in Japan and has the "Calif" emissions sticker stuff, so that
won't be an issue.

Does anyone have any idea what it will cost to register this car in
California? Or where I can look to get that info?

Thanks.
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Old 05 Oct 2004, 01:03 am   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Register a 2002 Camry in Calif. will cost...?

If car is brought into calif, you have a specific amount of time to
register once it enters Calif. I think its 20 days.
If you fail to register it within that timeframe there is an additional
fine that you will have to pay.
You will also have to get a smog test on the car to register it here. Not
sure what the registation fee is for the car, I think its on the value of
car.
I would estimate $250-350 plus some transfer fee for out of state.
For more detail, search for calif dmv site.
Your other option maybe to re-register last state.
Check with your insurance co., you may need to change policy if you are a
resident of calif.


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Old 05 Oct 2004, 04:41 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: Register a 2002 Camry in Calif. will cost...?

>Howdy.

>I have my dad's 2002 Camry in California for the next year. It's out
>of state registration will expire this month. So I guess I'll need to
>register it here.


>It's made in Japan and has the "Calif" emissions sticker stuff, so that
>won't be an issue.


>Does anyone have any idea what it will cost to register this car in
>California? Or where I can look to get that info?


>Thanks.


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<6eb9be5f58b12bd3749bd7099e4791b7@localhost.talkab outautos.com>,
"jjjsan" <jjjsan_spam@nospamz.sbcglobal.net> wrote:

> If car is brought into calif, you have a specific amount of time to
> register once it enters Calif. I think its 20 days.
> If you fail to register it within that timeframe there is an additional
> fine that you will have to pay.
> You will also have to get a smog test on the car to register it here. Not
> sure what the registation fee is for the car, I think its on the value of
> car.
> I would estimate $250-350 plus some transfer fee for out of state.
> For more detail, search for calif dmv site.
> Your other option maybe to re-register last state.
> Check with your insurance co., you may need to change policy if you are a
> resident of calif.


OK,

I know I have to register it in 20 days. And I know there's a penalty
if I don't. And I know I will need to smog it. And I already took care
of insurance. (and I didn't forget to floss last night)

Same question: Does anyone know if there is a CA DMV registration fee
calculator someplace? I've googled the hell out of it and I can find
lots of references to the VLF being based on the year/model/price, but
no actual chart or computation method or anything.

I guess someone with a 2002 Camry registered this year could tell me....

Thanks.
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Old 06 Oct 2004, 11:24 pm   #4 (permalink)
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Default Re: Register a 2002 Camry in Calif. will cost...?

Too Much,
Don't do it......

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