You must be aware that NO registration for trailers in 7 STATES!!!! In Virginia our DMV advocates stolen trailers because they simply give a new vin number without checking.
YOu can bring that trailer into Virginia and our DMV will give you a simple application for a "Homemade" trailer and guess what!!! You will get one.
I have a better idea...sell the stolen trailer to somebody in Kansas,,,Tennesee....South Carolinia because NO REGISTRATION!!!
NO BODY CARES!!!! EXCEPT US.
See this letter to the editor...
Published: Wednesday, February 2, 2011 at 9:59 a.m.
Last Modified: Wednesday, February 2, 2011 at 9:59 a.m.
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John Lutz of Saluda is minus a utility trailer, thanks to the thief
who cut two heavy chains and three locks and took it all, even the block
of wood on which the tongue rested – and thanks, perhaps, to South
Carolina. During the process of filing a claim, it dawned on him that
the likely dumping ground for his stolen trailer is South Carolina,
which does not require that utility trailers be registered and tagged.
"I figure you can steal a trailer in North Carolina and easily unload it
in South Carolina because it wouldn't have to be registered there," he
says, encouraging the Palmetto State to do something about that. "South
Carolina must be a haven for trailer thieves. If South Carolina needs
another reason for registering utility trailers, what about the revenue
source? Of course, my stolen trailer is of no use to anyone in this
state because it has a vehicle identification number just like a car,
and it's listed in the computer as stolen. If South Carolina passed a
law requiring registration of utility trailers, I imagine there would be
a lot of them sitting on the sides of the highways because people there
wouldn't want to get caught in possession of a stolen trailer. Mine
just might show up."