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Re: What's a "Monroney" sticker? (archive)

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Posted by Adam M on April 14, 1999 at 11:36:51:

In Reply to: What's a "Monroney" sticker? posted by Kevin Brown on April 14, 1999 at 10:43:15:

It is the MSRP sticker on the window with all the details about the car. It is required by Federal law. The bill that was passed to make this law was sponsored by Sen. Monroney- hence the name.


: I'm still relatively new to BMWs and know nothing about possible Customs regs or Import guidelines that require a "Monroney"

: : : Anyone know what a processing center is?

: : : If you're referring to a "vehicle processing center", it's where new Bimmers are taken after they're unloaded... At the VPC, they are checked for transportation damage (repaired if necessary), a "Monroney" sticker is applied, and then they are released to the trucking company for delivery to the dealer (on the west coast, Waggoner's Trucking).

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