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Old 11-20-2019, 10:08 AM   #1
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I have seen that some have received their registration renewals even registered for 2020 already. I received one boat renewal registration form but I did not receive the other, and the one I received was over two weeks ago. Are these coming in waves or am I missing something here
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Old 11-20-2019, 10:11 AM   #2
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Same thing happen to me...received one boat registration renewal about 3 weeks ago...still waiting for one for my other boat.
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Old 11-20-2019, 10:39 AM   #3
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Good to see I am not the only one....
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Old 11-20-2019, 10:55 AM   #4
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Same here....
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I have seen that some have received their registration renewals even registered for 2020 already. I received one boat renewal registration form but I did not receive the other, and the one I received was over two weeks ago. Are these coming in waves or am I missing something here
I received one boat renewal registration form and I didn't receive the registration for my other boat until about 2 weeks latter.
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Old 11-21-2019, 11:40 AM   #6
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Received one over a month ago. Still waiting on the other.
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Our renewal forms arrived a couple of weeks apart. We just received our other renewal form this past week.
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Old 11-24-2019, 11:03 PM   #8
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received the second on this past Friday
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We got one a couple of months ago and the rest last week. Why do they dribble in? Why don't they all come at once?
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We got one a couple of months ago and the rest last week. Why do they dribble in? Why don't they all come at once?
Why USPS instead of online?
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They should outsource it to Amazon..... get your boat registrations done and stickers delivered same day with amazon prime
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received the second on this past Friday
Yes me too..... now they are both in a safe place taped to the inside of a cabinet door, that we are in all the time.... In the past we have put them in that "safe place" and well we have a few years of renewals that we still can't locate....
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Why USPS instead of online?
the cost of mailing alone, with the paper, envelope and stamping
they should offer a discount if you wish to receive online
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mailing mine for the time.
It says to just sign the owners copy. then send in. Does that mean sign the owners copy, but send in the whole form (all 4 regs pieces (owner, muni, DMV, and agent forms) or just send it in with the owners signed form???

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Wish I could help with the answer, but I've thrown mine in the trash.

Boat sold last month.

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mailing mine for the time.
It says to just sign the owners copy. then send in. Does that mean sign the owners copy, but send in the whole form (all 4 regs pieces (owner, muni, DMV, and agent forms) or just send it in with the owners signed form???

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Yes, you sign just the owners copy and mail in the entire form. Of course, best to include the fee.
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The registration money is in two parts, a tax and a registration fee. The tax goes to place you register. If you register in Glendale at Marine Patrol HQ or mail to Concord, all the money goes to the state. If you register at a local marina or twon hall, that town gets the tax portion. In my case, that means Gilford gets $$ to support things like the Glendale facilities. This includes docks, mail boxes, UPS/Fedex service, public restrooms, launch ramp, Lake Hosts, and dock masters. The extra $5 is worth it. And Lyons Den. Not free, but definitely worth it.
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