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Posted: 12/7/2020 7:47:41 PM EST
Taking the Land Cruiser in.

$66 for two year registration. I am going that route.

I love AZ!
Link Posted: 12/7/2020 8:22:20 PM EST
32 bucks a year to red for ed, and emissions tests??  Sorry, don’t share your enthusiasm.  Your landcruiser must be 50 years old
Link Posted: 12/7/2020 8:34:29 PM EST
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Originally Posted By JI603:
32 bucks a year to red for ed, and emissions tests??  Sorry, don't share your enthusiasm.  Your landcruiser must be 50 years old
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Yeah, it is a drag.

Pieces of shit are paid for.

Not really pieces of shit.

$66 is cheap compared to, let's say... California.

Oh, it's a 97 with under 100k on the clock.


Link Posted: 12/7/2020 9:45:51 PM EST
Yes, cheap compared to California and many other places.
But that DPS tax pisses me off
Link Posted: 12/7/2020 10:40:01 PM EST
Just pay for the one year. After January, the 32 goes away. And no, they don’t prorate. Just just get one year and next should be a lot cheaper
Link Posted: 12/7/2020 10:42:18 PM EST
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Originally Posted By ch3no2:
Yes, cheap compared to California and many other places.
But that DPS tax pisses me off
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It’s technically the red for Ed tax. When teachers got their extra money , they had to take the money from somewhere... so it was public safety. This is a way to “pay it back” while also making it look like public safety is getting more money.
Link Posted: 12/7/2020 11:24:44 PM EST
Mine use to be like $20.  I just paid almost $60.  What the fuck is this $30 "Safety Fee"?
Link Posted: 12/7/2020 11:28:50 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Exorpmtech:
Mine use to be like $20.  I just paid almost $60.  What the fuck is this $30 "Safety Fee"?
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See above
Link Posted: 12/8/2020 10:05:34 AM EST
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Originally Posted By mojeb21:
Just pay for the one year. After January, the 32 goes away. And no, they don't prorate. Just just get one year and next should be a lot cheaper
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Damn, that is good news!

No more illegal tax for once.
Link Posted: 12/8/2020 11:15:38 AM EST
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Originally Posted By wildearp:
Damn, that is good news!

No more illegal tax for once.
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Not so fast , if it's not the $32.00 it will be something else . They live and breath to find new ways to pick our pocket and waste our tax dollars. Red for ed is a fucking joke , public education is being held hostage by the left wing socialist teachers union who's agenda is to indoctrinate the kids . It is never sound practice to reward poor performance , the kids deserve the same quality education we all had .
Link Posted: 12/9/2020 3:35:33 PM EST
I just renewed mine last month for 2 years and don't remember seeing that $32 deal on mine. I'll check it as soon as I get it back from getting an oil change from the dealership.
Link Posted: 12/9/2020 9:13:12 PM EST
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It’s technically the red for Ed tax. When teachers got their extra money , they had to take the money from somewhere... so it was public safety. This is a way to “pay it back” while also making it look like public safety is getting more money.
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Yup, F the system. And the entitled
Link Posted: 12/10/2020 8:21:03 PM EST
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Originally Posted By TheYellowThing:
Yeah, it is a drag.

Pieces of shit are paid for.

Not really pieces of shit.

$66 is cheap compared to, let's say... California.

Oh, it's a 97 with under 100k on the clock.


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Originally Posted By TheYellowThing:
Originally Posted By JI603:
32 bucks a year to red for ed, and emissions tests??  Sorry, don't share your enthusiasm.  Your landcruiser must be 50 years old
Yeah, it is a drag.

Pieces of shit are paid for.

Not really pieces of shit.

$66 is cheap compared to, let's say... California.

Oh, it's a 97 with under 100k on the clock.




Dang! Is it a 40th Anni or have triple lockers?  I still miss my 1996 LX450 but she was getting high on the miles and I low on funds at that time... (320k)
Must be nice driving a LC now with current gas prices!
Link Posted: 1/1/2021 5:51:33 AM EST
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Try going through the hassle of emission testing a 1970 VW Bug in AZ every year


Edit: wrong terminology.
Link Posted: 1/1/2021 1:41:18 PM EST
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Try going through the hassle of emission testing a 1970 VW Bug in AZ every year


Edit: wrong terminology.
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Classic/antique car insurance, no more smog...
Link Posted: 1/1/2021 3:34:40 PM EST
We are a red state. I have never understood why we have this bureaucratic emissions test requirement. They don't even test your admissions - just plug into your cars computer. Complete waste of everyone's time, except whoever owns the check station - that seems like a solid business.
Link Posted: 1/1/2021 8:53:41 PM EST
My tags r due for my older (1986) camaro.  $6.25 for the actual registration.  $6-8 in taxes, $25 for the custom plate and the $32 DPS fee.  Thankfully it's under classic car and no emissions
Link Posted: 1/2/2021 3:45:22 AM EST
Ok i am corrected


"The fee will remain at $32 for fiscal year 2020 and fiscal year 2021 … then drops to $0 by July 1, 2021”

I thought it was calendar year. It’s fiscal 2021. So 7 months to go
Link Posted: 1/3/2021 7:58:43 AM EST
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Originally Posted By UltimaSE:


Classic/antique car insurance, no more smog...
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Originally Posted By DeadTrigger:
Try going through the hassle of emission testing a 1970 VW Bug in AZ every year


Edit: wrong terminology.


Classic/antique car insurance, no more smog...


Tried this route awhile back, some hassles hung me up. Maybe try again.
Link Posted: 1/3/2021 1:24:36 PM EST
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Originally Posted By mojeb21:
Ok i am corrected


"The fee will remain at $32 for fiscal year 2020 and fiscal year 2021 … then drops to $0 by July 1, 2021”

I thought it was calendar year. It’s fiscal 2021. So 7 months to go
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Great. Everything we own is due before July, except for my Harley!!
Link Posted: 1/3/2021 4:44:10 PM EST
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Great. Everything we own is due before July, except for my Harley!!
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How much before? Screw it let it lapse lol
Link Posted: 1/3/2021 7:55:24 PM EST
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How much before? Screw it let it lapse lol
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I might do that. I think it was close to $100 after that $32 bullshit fee!! $8 is cheaper than $32!!
Link Posted: 1/7/2021 4:02:18 PM EST
Does anyone know if the 32 fee is worked into a 2 year renewal right now for the second year?

Its 126 for 1 year and i have the breakdown for that and it includes the 32. The 2 year is 198, but i dont have the breakdown, just the total.

Just trying to figure out if to get the one year and have to renew again next year or if since the tax is supposed to be gone, they dont have it worked into the second year and just get the 2 year.
Link Posted: 1/7/2021 4:38:57 PM EST
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Originally Posted By dread_scott:
Does anyone know if the 32 fee is worked into a 2 year renewal right now for the second year?

Its 126 for 1 year and i have the breakdown for that and it includes the 32. The 2 year is 198, but i dont have the breakdown, just the total.

Just trying to figure out if to get the one year and have to renew again next year or if since the tax is supposed to be gone, they dont have it worked into the second year and just get the 2 year.
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I did the two year since I am lazy.

The $32 safety fee was a one time fee. Whether one or two year it was $32.

All that I paid more for with a two year renewal was $1.50 for Air Quality Fee and $10 for License tax. Less than double each than with a one year.





Link Posted: 1/7/2021 4:53:13 PM EST
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Originally Posted By TheYellowThing:
I did the two year since I am lazy.

The $32 safety fee was a one time fee. Whether one or two year it was $32.

All that I paid more for with a two year renewal was $1.50 for Air Quality Fee and $10 for License tax. Less than double each than with a one year.

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Cool, thanks.

It was seeming like it was one time fee since it is less for the second year, didnt seem like there was enough in there for a second 32 dollar charge.
Link Posted: 1/7/2021 5:06:29 PM EST
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Cool, thanks.

It was seeming like it was one time fee since it is less for the second year, didnt seem like there was enough in there for a second 32 dollar charge.
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Originally Posted By TheYellowThing:
I did the two year since I am lazy.

The $32 safety fee was a one time fee. Whether one or two year it was $32.

All that I paid more for with a two year renewal was $1.50 for Air Quality Fee and $10 for License tax. Less than double each than with a one year.



Cool, thanks.

It was seeming like it was one time fee since it is less for the second year, didnt seem like there was enough in there for a second 32 dollar charge.
The $32 fee sucks.




It costs more to register my classic due to the historic plate fee. No emissions requirement, though.
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