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Old 12-08-2010, 02:50 PM   #121
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When buying from a dealer you have to pay taxes, title, and license. Just no way around it.

Actually, no you don't have to pay taxes, title and license at the dealership.
You can pay for the bike, load up the bike on a trailer and trailer it home. Then take it to the dmv for the paperwork and stuff. I have many times.
and I will again on saturday.
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Old 12-19-2010, 09:31 AM   #122
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Actually, no you don't have to pay taxes, title and license at the dealership.
You can pay for the bike, load up the bike on a trailer and trailer it home. Then take it to the dmv for the paperwork and stuff. I have many times.
and I will again on saturday.
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I too have always paid my own tax/title/license at the DMV.

Max, I noticed you're from Delaware (I'm in Wilmington). Just did a BBG and SS1000 over Thanksgiving. Love to pick your brain about some upcoming rides. Let me know if that's okay (scott.foster @me.com)
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Old 03-05-2011, 07:43 AM   #123
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tax/title/license at the DMV?

"I too have always paid my own tax/title/license at the DMV." (fosters2 & maxscycle)

Pardon my ignorance on this one,... do you end up saving money paying taxes/title/license at the DMW vs. the dealership? I mean, does the latter mark that up too?

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Old 03-18-2011, 11:31 PM   #124
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"I too have always paid my own tax/title/license at the DMV." (fosters2 & maxscycle)

Pardon my ignorance on this one,... do you end up saving money paying taxes/title/license at the DMW vs. the dealership? I mean, does the latter mark that up too?

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How do you not pay taxes when at the dealer?
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Old 04-30-2011, 04:20 PM   #125
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How do you not pay taxes when at the dealer?
For one it's easy in Delaware. We have no sales tax.
We do pay a "tax" to dmv when you buy a vehicle, but only once. Then it's a flat $15 a year regisrtation fee for the rest of it's life.
Good incinetive to not swap bikes (or cars) a lot.
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Old 04-30-2011, 04:23 PM   #126
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Pardon my ignorance on this one,... do you end up saving money paying taxes/title/license at the DMW vs. the dealership? I mean, does the latter mark that up too?


The dollar figure is less. When you do the paperwork, there is no Temp tag involved. You register it the same day you take delivery. So you don't pay for a temp tag. And you don't pay the dealer any "documentation" fee since your doing the paperwork. It's easier than you think.
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