Problem is mostly solved. I'll be getting the title and bill of sale at time of deposit. I'll be registering it and getting insurance on it as soon as I get the title.
Even though this may not completely cover me, I feel a bit more protected.
That's actually a pretty good idea, thanks.
I think they'll still require the full deposit, but if I can get the paperwork for the trailer as soon as the frame is finished, then I could technically insure it.
The collective knowledge in these forums is invaluable, and much appreciated.
I have a question that may be slightly off topic because it doesn't really involve Moby1 (or Voorsheer), but it does involve advance deposits and potentially losing them.
I'm looking at purchasing a custom travel trailer from a small outfit. The wait time for the trailer is 6 months, and a $5K...
2004 Chevy Astro AWD Cargo
Auto Lifting/Closing Camper Top from Colorado CamperVan
2" lift with brand new OEM Heavy Duty Astro Springs, and adjustable rear shackles 2",3",or 4" (also including brand new S-10 springs, and re-indexed torsion keys, if you decide you want more lift in...
Pop top Chevy Astro AWD. Probably a scam since there is only one picture, and they call it a "Grand Touring RV" rather than a "Garageable Top RV", but I wanted to post it just in case it's legit.
Awesome! Looks like a great trip!
Your photos of San Cristobal and the beaches in southern Oaxaca are killing me! Mexico is such an amazing country, I can't wait to get back!
Also, we had the same exact experience crossing back in to the states. Border patrol wanted to know how we could have...