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Question DetailsAsked on 12/27/2016

I am looking to have an old mobile home removed for salvage in Western Oklahoma

I own the mobile home, but it is sitting on a leased lot and cannot be demolished on property. Need to have it removed from property. It is a 1982 Windem intact and has axles & tongue ready to be moved.

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Below are some previous questions along that line, with answers, which might help - certainly simpler to have the company demolishing it also haul it off, but might be you will have to hire a house trailer moving company to do the move, to haul it to another company which will do the demolition and disposal.

Recommendation - unless you are real sure of the company you hire, I would follow it to the disposal company yard just to be sure they do not just dump it off the side of the road for police to then later come to your door demanding fines and removal at your cost - that is all too common, because a lot of the companies that do demolition like this are shoestring operations, so not uncommon for them to dump it, or burn it alongwide the road then haul the frame off to a steel scrapyard. Can get very expensive for you if they dump it over a bluff or into a lake or river or such.

Also - be sure to properly transfer the title to the demolition company with the DMV to get your name off the records on it.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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