Asked by: Layla Mitterbacherasked in category: General Last Updated: 10th March, 2020
Do you have to register a mobile home?
Also question is, do mobile homes need to be registered?
If a mobile home will not be operated upon the highways of the state, the owner must within 15 days apply for a certificate of title, but the owner need not apply for registration until the mobile home is to be operated on the highways of the state.
Similarly, are mobile homes registered with DMV? Any mobile or manufactured home that is not on a permanent foundation must be registered with the California Department of Housing and Community Development, much like a vehicle is registered with the Department of Motor Vehicles. In fact, such homes were registered with the DMV until 1980.
Likewise, people ask, how much does it cost to register a mobile home?
The average cost to title and register a double wide mobile home for the first time is $240, excluding the 6 percent sales tax (plus any applicable discretionary tax). For a detailed listing of costs, visit our motor vehicle fees page.
How do I register my mobile home?
New Mobile Homes Complete a registration application. Enter your personal information, such as name, address and contact information. Also, provide the make, model and year of the mobile home you are registering. Pay the required fee for registering your mobile home and the taxes due.