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It's my second post here so please show some understanding :D

I just brought a Bronco from MN and first thing to do next week will be a trip to DMV. At this moment, I have 2 other vehicles. One of them 2002 P71 will be put for sale in couple weeks (after I put a new carpet in).

We just renewed plates for it, so I am trying to figure out if it would be possible to use them on Bronco. I know that regulations vary between states, but WI seems to classify a need for truck plates (which are segmented and priced by weight) by existance of second row of seats and/or amount of cargo space.

Applying for title and registration in WI
http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/vehicles/title/mv1-5.htm

And MV-1 form
http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/forms/mv1.pdf

It says:
"Ragular passanger vehicle plates are for automobiles, vans with more space for seating people than carrying property and jeep-type or sport utility vehicles with back seat"

"Regular light truck plates are based on gross weight and are for pickup trucks, vans with more space for carrying property than seating people and jeep-type or sport utility vehicles without a back seat"

I am pretty sure that I could transfer plates from vehicle I am going to sell (passanger). Any first hand experience from WI residents or other advice?

I am going to tow dual axle trailer behind my Bronco, so I just want to avoid any problems here :D
 

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yes, you can use passenger plates on the Bronco, that is what I have on mine.
 

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yea it'll work you just gotta change the paperwork at the dmv. mine is registered as a pasenger car.
 
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