I have antique plates here in Texas so they do not distinguish between car or truck. Back in Ohio, it was a truck and most states call it a truck. Even more modern trucks are registered as trucks so I don't think you are going to get into a more expensive commercial plate situation.This is probably a dumb question but I'm filling out my registration forms for the Elky. With Covid, you have to fill everything out and mail it. Is an Elky a truck or passenger car?
I was told years ago from Idaho DMV that it was a 'Utility Vehicle'. As a joke I wrote 'Hybrid' and they actually registered it as that description, took 2 years for them to catch on.This is probably a dumb question but I'm filling out my registration forms for the Elky. With Covid, you have to fill everything out and mail it. Is an Elky a truck or passenger car?
I get charged in California as a commercial vehicle because it doesn't have a camper shell. so to me its a truck. but its the best truck ever built.
to me actually its a truck that rides like a car. and looks like both. so whatever you want to call it its ok. We have a unique truck car my friends
they started doing that in Texas about 10 yrs ago with the new 3letter-4number template except that they seem to be issuing all plates starting with consonants to cars (B, C, D, F, G, H, etc) whereas trucks were getting all plates starting with vowels (A, E, I, they haven't gotten to O or U yet)Mine in Georgia is a truck but there’s no extra cost. Georgia used to (‘80s-‘90s) assign a different plate to trucks. Cars were three letters/three numbers; trucks were two letters/four numbers. When Dad first bought his we were given truck plates but it would vary from county to county-we’d see them tagged either way.
this... my last 2 elcos in SOCAL were commercial vehicle marked with weight - guess they are smart to know people see a truck bed and ask you to haul for themMy registration here in AZ has it as 12pu. No weight fees charged . In CA it was registered as a commercial vehicle with weight fees required.
yeah, that does sound a bit fascist to me. try owning a vehicle in Bermuda:People’s Republic of Kalifornistan fails to recognize that someone would own a truck for personal reasons.