Moving From FL to CA: Is My FL Car Smog-Ready?

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Old 26 Apr 2014, 03:18 pm   #1 (permalink)
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We are giving up on Florida, going to California (it was always a bad idea
not to put my native state CA first anyway!)

Just wondering if the 2013 Corolla L I bought last year in FL will require me
having to pay for expensive modifications to get legal to drive on CA roads.

Anyone have an idea?
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Old 26 Apr 2014, 04:21 pm   #2 (permalink)
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"Win User" wrote in message news:XnsA31BA5E7CBD2D5x55x5@78.46.70.116...


We are giving up on Florida, going to California (it was always a bad idea
not to put my native state CA first anyway!)

Just wondering if the 2013 Corolla L I bought last year in FL will require
me
having to pay for expensive modifications to get legal to drive on CA roads.

Anyone have an idea?

Try the source California DMV https://www.dmv.ca.gov/vr/newvehicle.htm

Whatever you read on this group means nothing when you hit the DMV office

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Old 27 Apr 2014, 09:50 am   #3 (permalink)
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"Bluto" <yeager@hotmail.com> wrote on Sat 26 Apr 2014 05:21:01p

>
>
> "Win User" wrote in message news:XnsA31BA5E7CBD2D5x55x5@78.46.70.116...
>
>
> We are giving up on Florida, going to California (it was always a bad
> idea not to put my native state CA first anyway!)
>
> Just wondering if the 2013 Corolla L I bought last year in FL will
> require me
> having to pay for expensive modifications to get legal to drive on CA
> roads.
>
> Anyone have an idea?
>
> Try the source California DMV https://www.dmv.ca.gov/vr/newvehicle.htm
>
> Whatever you read on this group means nothing when you hit the DMV
> office


Thanks.

I think I found my answer on this webdoc:

https://www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/brochure...cts/ffvr29.htm

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Old 28 Apr 2014, 11:33 am   #4 (permalink)
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"Win User" wrote in message news:XnsA31C6E33C76D25x55x5@78.46.70.116...

"Bluto" <yeager@hotmail.com> wrote on Sat 26 Apr 2014 05:21:01p

>
>
> "Win User" wrote in message news:XnsA31BA5E7CBD2D5x55x5@78.46.70.116...
>
>
> We are giving up on Florida, going to California (it was always a bad
> idea not to put my native state CA first anyway!)
>
> Just wondering if the 2013 Corolla L I bought last year in FL will
> require me
> having to pay for expensive modifications to get legal to drive on CA
> roads.
>
> Anyone have an idea?
>
> Try the source California DMV https://www.dmv.ca.gov/vr/newvehicle.htm
>
> Whatever you read on this group means nothing when you hit the DMV
> office


Thanks.

I think I found my answer on this webdoc:

https://www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/brochure...cts/ffvr29.htm


I think you got it.

Does This Apply to Someone Moving to California?

If you are moving to California from another state, you may register a new
49-state vehicle if it was first registered by you in your home state, or
for military personnel, in the last state of your military service. When
applying for vehicle registration in California, you must provide evidence
that the vehicle was registered.

Just to be sure have the Florida registration, Florida title and Florida
proof of insurance before hitting the DMV but remember
Whatever you read on this group means nothing when you hit the DMV office
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