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Post by mattW » Tue, 04 Aug 2009, 02:27

Just wondering who people have used to get their EV registered and how much it cost. I'm looking for a signatory somewhere in south Sydney but preferably someone who has done a conversion before.

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Post by coulomb » Tue, 04 Aug 2009, 05:29

Expect to pay a bit more than a plumber's hourly rate.

Your engineer can be just a signatory, or you can involve him/her in the design process. The involvement will hopefully lead to a lack of surprises and a smoother outcome.
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Post by woody » Sun, 03 Jan 2010, 05:01

mattW wrote: Just wondering who people have used to get their EV registered and how much it cost. I'm looking for a signatory somewhere in south Sydney but preferably someone who has done a conversion before.
Hi Matt,

Another topic

has some information about signatories if you are still looking.

cheers,
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