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Old 10-15-2016, 09:36 PM   #41
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Re: Most important options for new 350 or 3500

Here in Oregon, every f450 and 550 or other truck with similar weight and GVWR under 26001 had comm. insurance policy's when I checked their stuff. What got them into trouble was if the same vehicle they licensed at DMV as a passenger vehicle. The passenger plates are 45 a year and for a f450 around 200.
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Old 10-16-2016, 06:54 AM   #42
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Re: Most important options for new 350 or 3500

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Here in Oregon, every f450 and 550 or other truck with similar weight and GVWR under 26001 had comm. insurance policy's when I checked their stuff. What got them into trouble was if the same vehicle they licensed at DMV as a passenger vehicle. The passenger plates are 45 a year and for a f450 around 200.
Don't quite understand what you're saying. Are you saying that if you register your F450, or F550, as a personal truck you pay regular personal insurance rates but if you goof and register it as a commercial truck you end up paying commercial insurance rates?

If that's correct wouldn't it be the same for an F350, RAM3500 or other similarly sized DRW truck?
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