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Old 10-04-2018, 07:57 PM   #11
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I bought my 2010 Roadtrek through PPL in 2014. It was a pretty painless ordeal...they took care of all the paperwork. All I had to do was write a check, sign some documents & pick up the unit.
Was the check written to PPL or the seller?

Who signed off the title?
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Old 10-04-2018, 11:15 PM   #12
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I'm on the list... 2015 Roadtrek 190P 29,000 miles with Solar and the larger bathroom.. Otherwise factory standard.. 9/17/2018.

The check was made out to PPL. I don't have the title in front of me, but i believe it's a transfer from PPL to me...

I did NOT pay sales tax. I'm will be registering in Florida when i finally get back there , and they gave me a temporary texas tag good for 2 months.
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Old 10-05-2018, 12:26 AM   #13
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I'm on the list... 2015 Roadtrek 190P 29,000 miles with Solar and the larger bathroom.. Otherwise factory standard.. 9/17/2018.

The check was made out to PPL. I don't have the title in front of me, but i believe it's a transfer from PPL to me...

I did NOT pay sales tax. I'm will be registering in Florida when i finally get back there , and they gave me a temporary texas tag good for 2 months.
If title was signed off by the prior owner, it's a private party transaction. If it was signed off by PPL it was a dealer transaction so judging by what you indicate, PPL owned the coach you bought.

You paid no Texas sales tax to PPL because your temporary pass-thru Texas permit indicated your intent to register the coach elsewhere than Texas. When you register the coach in Florida, whether you pay sales tax depends on Florida regulations. Some states will tax you regardless of how you acquired the vehicle. Other states distinguish between private party sales and dealer sales and upon registration, don't impose sales taxes on private party transactions. It's important to know this upfront because it may affect your bottom line out of pocket cost by thousands of dollars.
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Old 10-06-2018, 11:20 AM   #14
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Thanks for this info. I took your compilation and extracted just the Airstream brand sales info for the benefit of Air Forums.
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