Colorado Department of Revenue Complaint - $3.05 credit - License Plates

Review by Mario The Great on 2009-11-03
I decided that I would trade my smaller motorcycle for a car of the same year. Besides, we need 2 vehicles AND it does snow in Colorado every 3 or so years. The plates for my motorcycle cost me $164.19 5 months ago. The plates for my new vehicle cost me $70.05. When I asked why they cost so much since all I did was exchange a vehicle AND had to pay for emissions, she responded that my motorcycle plates only had $3.05 left on them. LMAO - so I asked where the rest of it went and she tells me that the first 30 days is 97% usage and if I needed more credit, I should have purchased the other vehicle within those 30 days. It's highway robbery I tell you. I can't really complain to anyone as its a state agency but seriously, that sucks. Just my$3.05cents - Mario
Comments:6 Replies - Latest reply on 2009-11-04
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-11-03:
Mario, you beat me to the punch!!
Every since they figured out how to circumvent the "TABOR Bill" we have been getting ripped! I paid 3 times more for my license plates last week!
Posted by Skye on 2009-11-03:
Don't get me started on what it costs to register new vehicles in this state. Almost $1000.00 bucks in May for my vehicle.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-11-03:
Douglas Bruce is a weird man but his TABOR ACT has been dismantled!
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-11-03:
Holy God, a grand to register a car? I pay about $50 in Ohio. Mario, that was pretty fabulous!
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-11-03:
TN is $54.50.
Posted by klobbersaurus685 on 2009-11-04:
08 VW beetle convertible in NE was $403.84 this year.

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