Posted February 13, 2018 09:53:51After years of waiting, I finally received a car title and registration in my home state of California.
I was so excited, but then the DMV issued a notice stating that my vehicle must be certified as an I.D. mechanic.
The only way to get this certification was to pay an inspection fee of $75.
I did not want to go through this, so I did what I could to find a cheaper way to make the payment.
After reading through a couple of online forums and searching for a way to buy a car that did not require an inspection, I found one that did.
The car that I bought was a 2015 Nissan Rogue, with a base price of $17,995.
I paid $1,650 for the car title, and then $500 for the registration.
I decided to purchase a $600 car insurance policy to cover the $1.8 million deductible.
I got the car insurance for $300, which is the lowest insurance rate I’ve found.
The policy covered all my damages, including the $500 deductible, plus my registration and insurance, as well as the $250 registration fee.
The car insurance covers an unlimited mileage allowance, and it also provides a $10,000 deductible.
The deductible is very low.
If you are looking for a car insurance, consider this deal.
This is a great deal, but be aware that you are paying a $500 fee to the DMV and have to pay a $1 million deductible on top of that.
I purchased my car insurance in November 2018, and I am happy to say that the insurance has not been a problem.
I’ve never had a problem with the insurance company and I’ve been able to use it to pay off my insurance and make payments on the car.
The next step is getting my vehicle inspected by the I.P.D., but you will need to pay the inspection fee in order to do so.
The inspection fee is $75, and you need to have your vehicle inspected within 10 days of the payment due date to get the money.
Once you get the car inspected, the DMV will mail you a Certificate of Title and Registration.
The certificate will have your name, address, date of birth, and vehicle identification number (VIN) attached to it.
The DMV will also mail you an insurance certificate.
I chose to mail the insurance certificate, which included the car registration and $500 registration fee, to the address listed on the certificate.
Once the certificate is received, the car will be delivered to your residence for inspection by a licensed I.I.D.(Identification and Testing Technician) of your choice.
The I.A.T.S. will take a picture of the car and give you a certificate of title.
You will need the car’s serial number to identify the car as an eligible vehicle for the title.
The VIN number can be obtained from the vehicle owner’s record online.
If the car is certified as I.S., you will receive a Certificate for Vehicle Registration, which includes your name and the car owner’s address, phone number, and email address.
The registration fee is the same as for the I,D.
inspection, but you do not have to wait for the DMV to verify your title.
Once the certificate of registration is received and you have the car certified as a certified I.H.P., you can apply for a $100 registration fee credit for the first $1 000 of vehicle damage, which covers the $200 deductible.
This $100 credit can be used towards the purchase of a second or subsequent car.
If your vehicle does not have a VIN, you will have to send in a copy of your insurance certificate to the VIN department at your local DMV office.
The insurance company will then send you a copy with the $100 payment, which will be used for the V.H./I.P./Title Insurance portion of your car insurance.
If there are any questions about your car title or registration, you can contact the I-H.C.P.(Inspector Certification Program) at 1-800-622-4800.
If you would like to get an I-T.A.(Identified Technician) certification, you may also contact the DMV at 1,800-829-3600 or go online at www.dmv.ca.gov/icp.