Dual-Rear-Wheel Pickup Trucks May Not Need Commercial Plates

    Posted by MAIA on October 10, 2018

    A change in the law has eliminated the requirement that all vehicles with five or more wheels on the ground have commercial plates. This is good news for the customer who owns a pickup truck with dual rear wheels strictly for personal use — they can now get passenger plates and obtain non-commercial safety inspections.

    However, any vehicle that has advertising or is used for commercial purposes is still required to have commercial plates.

    View details of the current “Plate vs. Policy” chart here.


     For additional Registry of Motor Vehicle questions, please contact Kathy Cormier at MAIA at kcormier@massagent.com or 800-742-6363. 


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    Wish you could ask someone at the Registry a few questions? Now's your chance ...

    Registrar Erin Deveney and her team will be speaking at The Big Event on Saturday, October 27th. Don't miss their two-hour-long sessions, which will include an RMV update and a Q&A session... Only at The Big Event!

     

    Session 1: Registry — What's New

    This presentation will review ATLAS release one changes that affected the Insurance industry and what the industry can expect from release two. You will gain a better understanding of what the final implementation will look like, and learn about the ATLAS timeline and improvements in day-to-day operations. This is an opportunity for agents to see how the RMV is working to ensure you have the information needed to provide the best possible service to our shared customers. 

    Session 2: Registry — Bring your Q's... we hope to have the A's:

    Now is your opportunity to ask questions, get clarifications, and make comments. Meet the RMV team who can answer your question(s) from the simple to the most complex. This is a time to hear from an experienced team of professionals who have the knowledge about all registry-related topics, including merit rating, service center operations, and new ATLAS policies and procedures.

     

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