Ken Lewis
Bought my RV over 50 days ago.  Paid in full on that day.  I still do not have the title for the RV and can not get anyone for Toms Toys to call me back.  Been calling emailing them for 2 weeks.  Beware is all I can say.
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Roccosamore
In my experience the DMV usually takes 6-8 weeks to get your title to you. Question is how long did the dealer sit on your paperwork? I would hope no more than a week. That said, hopefully you should get your title soon. I guess the other factor is a quick google search shows your dealer with 2.2 star rating by it's customers. Buyer beware!! Good luck.
Rocco
2015 177 SE
1990 Chevy Suburban 5.7L
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Ken Lewis
Maybe in your state but in Ohio the law states the title must be delivered in 30 days.  It appears to be a law with no consequences.  I definitely did not do a good job of checking my dealer.
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Roccosamore
Yes, I should have clarified if your state has rules that state that. Oregon DMV says 6-8 weeks, and it's usually 7. 
Rocco
2015 177 SE
1990 Chevy Suburban 5.7L
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mikes
There's FAQ here.

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Question:

I purchased a vehicle in-state or out-of-state and the seller did not provide me with a title. I have a bill of sale. What do I do?

Answer:
Contact the Title Administration and Customer Service Unit (TACS) at 614-752-7671



I've seen the 30 day requirement for motor vehicles, but couldn't find any similar reference for travel trailers.


Mike
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RubySue
We bought our Retro back in March out of state in Ohio & saw a similar timeframe.  Had to take our last trip into Virginia with expired plates.  Title came in the mail a couple days later - took 55 days in all.  DMV processing timeframe seemed to be the issue.
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