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Re: Getting a title for a trailer in Missouri

Yes, it will need to be inspected by the Patrol to get a DRX number, so you can title/license it. That may turn out to be the easiest route for you anyway!! [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/biggrin.gif[/img]


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Re: Getting a title for a trailer in Missouri

That is the plan. It will be a couple months before I am ready to inspect it. Work on it during a weekend here and there, look for and buy the nessary parts to make it road worhty.

Teamroper60: I am assuming I have to take it to my nearest Troop HQ, and possibly call ahead of time. I think we have a sort of substation here in St. Clair, there is always a couple patrol cars at some sort of State Garage just outside of town. But I doubt they would do it there. (It would be nice though!)

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Re: Getting a title for a trailer in Missouri

I don't think they do it there, but to be sure, call the Troop C HQ. They can tell you for sure and, if they don't do it there, they can tell you when/how to get it done...

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Re: Getting a title for a trailer in Missouri

Thank you all very much for you help and suggestions.

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Re: Getting a title for a trailer in Missouri

you can get it inspected at Kohrs Truck & Auto Repair in Ofallon they are the only place around I could find that has Trailer inspection tags, their off the north service road. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

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Thanks Swellmel, But I won't be able to go to an inspection station because the trailer is 16' long. I have to go to Highway Patrol for trailers 16' or longer.

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It is worth the money's to have breaks on both axles you never know when you will have to haul a heavy load. If you ever have a rear tire blow those trailr breaks can save you. I had a new one blown and my traier breaks saved me and the whole family from a bad wreck.

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I don't know if teamroper60 is even still around. His last post was 3 years ago and this is a 12 year old thread.

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