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Old 14 Aug 2008, 05:11 pm
Tegger
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Default Re: [OT] Anybody know how to unregister a vehicle? (California)

FedEx <fed@ex.com> wrote in
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> On Thu, 14 Aug 2008 13:15:12 -0400, "JoeSpareBedroom"
> <newstrash@frontiernet.net> wrote:
>
>>"FedEx" <fed@ex.com> wrote in message
>>news:2fp8a4t7h3hqacjj4bg0025c9o9uhmbhem@4ax.com. ..
>>> The car's been registered and titled in California a few months ago,
>>> but I wish to unregister it since it's now been exported out of the
>>> U.S.
>>>
>>> Anybody know how to go about doing that? I already looked at their
>>> site and couldn't find anything and googling wasn't too helpful
>>> either. Thanks.

>>
>>When you called the California department of motor vehicles, what did
>>they suggest?

>
> Have called several times a day since last Thursday and always says
> the call volume's heavy and I get rerouted back out the main phone
> prompts. I don't even get to hold to speak to the next
> respresentative. OK?
>
> Do you know, or don't you?




<crossposted to the other group FedEx posted to, and it's not
rec.autos.tech...>


This had me curious, so I did my own noodling around to see if I could
find an answer.

I found this in my very first search.
http://www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/vctop/d03/vc6160.htm
OK. So this means title has to reflect exportation BEFORE the car is
exported. Well, this car is already gone, but does FedEx still have the
pink slip?

My very next search revealed this:
http://www.dmv.ca.gov/vr/export.htm

It appears the buyer had a few things to do before the car could legally
leave the state, none of which appear to have actually been done in this
case.

Hey FedEx, not to put too fine a point on it, but you may be screwed here.

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Old 16 Aug 2008, 09:13 pm
Bruce L. Bergman
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Default Re: [OT] Anybody know how to unregister a vehicle? (California)

On Thu, 14 Aug 2008 22:11:49 +0000 (UTC), Tegger wrote:
>FedEx <fed@ex.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, 14 Aug 2008 13:15:12 -0400, "JoeSpareBedroom" wrote:
>>>"FedEx" <fed@ex.com> wrote...


>>>> The car's been registered and titled in California a few months ago,
>>>> but I wish to unregister it since it's now been exported out of the
>>>> U.S.
>>>>
>>>> Anybody know how to go about doing that? I already looked at their
>>>> site and couldn't find anything and googling wasn't too helpful
>>>> either. Thanks.
>>>
>>>When you called the California department of motor vehicles, what did
>>>they suggest?

>>
>> Have called several times a day since last Thursday and always says
>> the call volume's heavy and I get rerouted back out the main phone
>> prompts. I don't even get to hold to speak to the next
>> respresentative. OK?


See previous message - the California DMV is essentially on strike
till the State gets a budget, and figure another month after that to
get it back to running (ab)normally as usual. Answering the phones is
pretty far down the list of priorities.

>> Do you know, or don't you?

>
><crossposted to the other group FedEx posted to, and it's not
>rec.autos.tech...>
>
>This had me curious, so I did my own noodling around to see if I could
>find an answer.
>
>I found this in my very first search.
>http://www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/vctop/d03/vc6160.htm
>OK. So this means title has to reflect exportation BEFORE the car is
>exported. Well, this car is already gone, but does FedEx still have the
>pink slip?
>
>My very next search revealed this:
>http://www.dmv.ca.gov/vr/export.htm
>
>It appears the buyer had a few things to do before the car could legally
>leave the state, none of which appear to have actually been done in this
>case.
>
>Hey FedEx, not to put too fine a point on it, but you may be screwed here.


All CA DMV problems can be solved if you throw sufficient piles of
properly filled out paperwork at them, often accompanied by a modest
offering of money to the state treasury.

The trick is finding a registration clerk who knows all the twists
and turns to get it done right the first time. Which often includes
attaching multiple declaration forms clarifying all the little things
they could potentially kick it back for. Been There, multiple times.

As stated above, go join a AAA Auto Club (ACSC or CSAA) and let one
of their registration specialists help you fix this. It's well worth
the $45-ish a year.

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