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2 Assembled Vehicle Inspection (AVI) Process Michigan Department of State Investigations Division Bill Burton, Senior Analyst

3 AVI Process Department of State Program Department of State Program Applications made by owner of vehicle Applications made by owner of vehicle Processing new title and special Vehicle Identification Number can take 6 to 8 weeks Processing new title and special Vehicle Identification Number can take 6 to 8 weeks No License plate is allowed No License plate is allowed Owner may purchase a 30 day or 60 day permit to operate the vehicle if necessary Owner may purchase a 30 day or 60 day permit to operate the vehicle if necessary

4 AVI Process Account for The Parts Motor Vehicle Motorcycle Titled Trailer EngineEngine Running gear (Frame, axle & Wheels TransmissionFrame Box, if any Body Parts (doors, front and rear clips) Front end assembly, including the fork Frame, including axles Wheels WheelsSeat

5 AVI Process Ownership Documents Owner’s Name and Address, or name and address of the person who assembled the vehicle. Owner’s Name and Address, or name and address of the person who assembled the vehicle. Date of Purchase Date of Purchase Description of the parts and the prices paid. If there are other serial numbers on the parts used, they must be shown. (Engines, transmissions) Description of the parts and the prices paid. If there are other serial numbers on the parts used, they must be shown. (Engines, transmissions) Name, address and telephone number of any parts dealers or person who sold the parts. Name, address and telephone number of any parts dealers or person who sold the parts.

6 AVI Process Scrap Titled Vehicles Scrap is defined as “damaged over 90 % of the vehicle’s Pre-Damaged, Fair-Market Value” Scrap is defined as “damaged over 90 % of the vehicle’s Pre-Damaged, Fair-Market Value” Vehicle must be completely dismantled Vehicle must be completely dismantled The new assembled vehicle must be made up of major component parts from two or more vehicles. The new assembled vehicle must be made up of major component parts from two or more vehicles. An assembled vehicle may not include both the frame (or unitized body supporting structure) and any other major component part from the same scrap title vehicle. An assembled vehicle may not include both the frame (or unitized body supporting structure) and any other major component part from the same scrap title vehicle.

7 AVI Process Major Component Parts List a) Engine a) Engine b) Transmission b) Transmission c) Right or left front fender c) Right or left front fender d) Hood d) Hood e) A door allowing entrance to or exit from the vehicle’s passenger compartment e) A door allowing entrance to or exit from the vehicle’s passenger compartment f) Front or rear bumper f) Front or rear bumper g) Right or left rear quarter panel g) Right or left rear quarter panel h) Deck lid, tailgate or hatchback i) Trunk floor pan j) Cargo box of a pickup k) Frame, or if the vehicle has a unitized body, the supporting structures that serve as the frame l) Cab of a truck m) Body of a passenger vehicle

8 AVI Process TR–54 Form Inspection form given to the owner prior to making title application Inspection form given to the owner prior to making title application TR-54 must be completed by a Michigan police officer TR-54 must be completed by a Michigan police officer The completed TR-54 is submitted when filing the title application The completed TR-54 is submitted when filing the title application

9 AVI Process TR-54 - Part One Vehicle Number Inspection Vehicle Number Inspection Serial numbers are checked by police officer (Looking for the stolens) Serial numbers are checked by police officer (Looking for the stolens) Police officer signs form and records additional information. Police officer signs form and records additional information.

10 AVI Process TR-54 – Part Two On-Road Equipment Inspection by police officer On-Road Equipment Inspection by police officer Police officer signs off on the equipment inspection Police officer signs off on the equipment inspection

11 AVI Process Four-Wheel Motor Vehicles Lights (Head lights, tail lights, turn signals, brake lights) Lights (Head lights, tail lights, turn signals, brake lights) Interior (Horn, wipers, safety belts, brakes) Interior (Horn, wipers, safety belts, brakes) Windshield and Mirrors (Safety glass, outside mirrors, truck mirrors) Windshield and Mirrors (Safety glass, outside mirrors, truck mirrors) Exterior (Bumpers, tires, exhaust system, rear differential) Exterior (Bumpers, tires, exhaust system, rear differential)

12 AVI Process Units B through E Unit B – Motorcycles (two or three wheels) Unit B – Motorcycles (two or three wheels) Unit C – Trailers (under 3,000 lbs gross weight) Unit C – Trailers (under 3,000 lbs gross weight) Unit D – Trailers (More than 3,000 lbs gross weight) Unit E - Pole-Trailers

13 AVI Process Weight Slip for Trailers If the AVI is for a trailer, it must be weighed at a local scales (Lumberyards) If the AVI is for a trailer, it must be weighed at a local scales (Lumberyards) Owner may drive to a scales without a license plate Owner may drive to a scales without a license plate Weight slip is submitted when title application is made Weight slip is submitted when title application is made

14 AVI Process At the Secretary of State At the SOS Branch: At the SOS Branch: Make title application Make title application

15 AVI Process At the Secretary of State Complete a “Certification,” that describes the building of the Assembled Vehicle Complete a “Certification,” that describes the building of the Assembled Vehicle

16 AVI Process At the Secretary of State New VIN is computed New VIN is computed $10.00 fee for the new VIN Sticker $10.00 fee for the new VIN Sticker Owner’s business hours telephone number Owner’s business hours telephone number

17 AVI Process At the Secretary of State Other SOS Steps: Other SOS Steps: All paperwork is carefully reviewed and verified as accurate by In-House Staff All paperwork is carefully reviewed and verified as accurate by In-House Staff New VIN Sticker and Title are generated New VIN Sticker and Title are generated SOS Field Staff receives paperwork from Lansing, makes an appointment with owner, inspects the vehicle, places the sticker and releases the title SOS Field Staff receives paperwork from Lansing, makes an appointment with owner, inspects the vehicle, places the sticker and releases the title

18 AVI Process Where Sticker is Placed Pillar-Post (Not on Door) Frame or Permanent box

19 AVI Process Where Sticker is Placed Tubular Frame (driver area) Or Engine Top Front Forks Or Under Seat on Frame Top Front Forks Or Under Seat on Frame Pillar / Post Driver’s Side

20 AVI Process Compliance Division Staff August 2003, Compliance Division (the former BAR) Staff take over the VIN Sticker installation process from Investigations Division (former Enforcement) August 2003, Compliance Division (the former BAR) Staff take over the VIN Sticker installation process from Investigations Division (former Enforcement) Since August 2003, the Compliance Staff have installed over 1,000 VIN Stickers Since August 2003, the Compliance Staff have installed over 1,000 VIN Stickers

21 AVI Process Michigan Department of State Investigations Division Bill Burton, Senior Analyst Telephone –


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