WASHINGTON STATE PATROL Inspection and Trailer Requirements REQUIREMENTS FOR A WASHINGTON STATE PATROL HOMEMADE TRAILER INSPECTION If a trailer is homemade all receipts and/or bill of sales for material used in constructing the trailer and a CERTIFIED empty weight slip must be presented at the time of the inspection. If the trailer is constructed from used vehicle parts all major component parts used must meet requirements of RCW 46. If the presenter is unable to provide an acceptable release...
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