Exactly. CA won't transfer the title unless ALL back fees are paid. Period.

I found out the hard way.

Dan

On Jul 24, 2014, at 4:40 PM, Fmiser via Mercedes <mercedes@okiebenz.com> wrote:

>>> Curt wrote:
>>> 
>>> When I registered the Jetta the guy at the DMV noticed it
>>> hadn't been registered for 2 years "Oh geez, you're going to
>>> have to pay a fine." I'd been expecting it so I asked what it
>>> would cost me. "Oh geez" he says, "its fifty bucks." looked at
>>> me like it was my left arm he needed...
> 
>> Meade wrote:
>> 
>> After I bought my '95 E300 and Rich helped me drag it home, I
>> needed about a year to get it running, finally went to register
>> it and was expecting to have to pay the back year.  Guy at the
>> DMV counter asked why I had not registered it after I bought it,
>> I told him I needed some time to fix it so it was sitting in my
>> garage for a while, he was able to waive the back-registration on
>> the spot, easy-peasy.
> 
> In Missouri, they only care about delay of title transfer.  Once
> the title is transferred, they don't care how long it is before it
> is licensed.
> 
> But the original comment sounds like CA doesn't want to allow a
> title to transfer out of the state unless all the missing years of
> registration is paid.  Yikes!
> 
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