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Old 04-20-2013, 04:28 AM   #256
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I'll agree. My GSX went through VT just fine with just the frame VIN verified. That is how modern bikes are registered. Engine numbers were used a LONG time ago for cars, and while modern vehicles will at times use a derivative number or record the engine number upon assembly, this is not required to match for any state I'm aware of, certainly not Vermont.
But did they check your engine at all for the vin inspection? My frame is a 93 motor is 94.
I just found this out and I think the 93 motor should be 747 ccs and 94 motor I have is 749ccs. Will they notice when I get vin verified?if so does it matter?
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Old 04-20-2013, 05:14 AM   #257
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They only need the frame VIN verified. VT doesn't care about the engine or even if it has an engine.
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Old 04-20-2013, 05:56 AM   #258
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Hey everyone!

Im doing the same thing with the lost title situation.. Anyways - I have all the paperwork, and bill of sale, but how do you figure out the #9 section, with Registration, title, tax, transfer, etc...etc... fees.. How much? I know 1500 = 90.00 tax.

Been checking out the forum. Loving the photo challenge.gonna have to get in on that soon.
I've done the Vermont route a few times on Honda trails I buy, can bikes where the owner never needed title. Works great and transferred in NC no problem had a full title within a month. The tax should be calculated using the document...my suggestion, and suggested by the crew I learned this from is send in a reasonable amount based on the value of you bike. This is a revenue maker, and good service, you will be rejected for low ball. I typically send in no less than $70, even on my trails bought on the cheap. Good luck.

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Old 04-21-2013, 04:27 PM   #259
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Ok, so since the bike only cost me 1500 (honestly) it needed a new stator, regulator and battery... So just fill it out and send in the $90.00?

Just trying to avoid the papers being sent back...
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Old 04-21-2013, 07:17 PM   #260
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Ok, so since the bike only cost me 1500 (honestly) it needed a new stator, regulator and battery... So just fill it out and send in the $90.00?

Just trying to avoid the papers being sent back...
It doesn't matter what you actually paid, they use the NADA value.
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Old 04-25-2013, 10:17 AM   #261
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Got it

Worked like a charm.
Received my tag yesterday for my '71 Honda CD500 bought without a title.
Thanks for sharing this
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Old 05-03-2013, 03:14 PM   #262
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Just got my plate in the mail too, for a 1971 350cc.
I thought I'd actually get a transferrable registration card to take to my DMV for transfer, but it was just the plate itself, a "T" sticker, a copy of the form I filled out, and the flap of the envelope marked with the plate number.
So I guess I take....all of the above to my DMV. Anyone know for sure?
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Old 05-03-2013, 05:32 PM   #263
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That's a temporary.... you'll get tge permanent in a couple weeks.
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Old 05-03-2013, 05:35 PM   #264
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That's a temporary.... you'll get tge permanent in a couple weeks.
Great! Thanks for the detailed info on this everyone. Stoked to get this bike back on the road.
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Old 05-06-2013, 02:55 PM   #265
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Everyone,
Thank you for the excellent information. I registered here specifically for this thread.

My Vermont registration and license plate sticker arrived today. It took sixteen days from the time that I mailed the forms.

I went to the Ohio DMV today, but could not get a title. The bike is now in my name, with a Vermont registration, but I need an Ohio title. The lady at the DMV verified that Vermont will not issue a title for vehicles older than 15 years old. However, she would not issue an Ohio title. She said that she had never seen anything like that before and that Vermont made a mistake. She told me to come back when I get that stuff straightened out.

My question is, "How do I get an Ohio title from this point?"

Thank you in advance,
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Old 05-06-2013, 03:35 PM   #266
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I'm not sure she was correct, I live next door in P.A. and they told me that if I showed up with what you had from Vermont, they would issue me a title for a bike. Maybe try on Friday when she is happy...LOL
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Old 05-06-2013, 04:10 PM   #267
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I'm not sure she was correct, I live next door in P.A. and they told me that if I showed up with what you had from Vermont, they would issue me a title for a bike. Maybe try on Friday when she happy...LOL
Or a different DVM office....
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Old 05-06-2013, 05:18 PM   #268
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Or a different DVM office....
Also here in P.A. the bike has to be at least 15 years old before they will issue you a title, not the way Ohio has told you, check it out online and talk to people, and also do what this person recommends...try another office....
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Old 05-06-2013, 08:17 PM   #269
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Vermont didn't make the mistake. Ohio did. You have no way of getting a Vermont title because they don't exist for 15+ year old vehicles.

You paid for your year with Vermont, so get some use out of it! Then go to a different DMV office. "Never seen anything like this before" and too damn lazy to figure it out. I'm sure Ohio, like every other state, has a copy of the book with titles and registrations from all 50 states plus Canada, etc. and has laws and regs on the books to deal with vehicles from states whose rules aren't exactly the same.
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Old 05-07-2013, 07:31 AM   #270
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Vermont didn't make the mistake. Ohio did. You have no way of getting a Vermont title because they don't exist for 15+ year old vehicles.

You paid for your year with Vermont, so get some use out of it! Then go to a different DMV office. "Never seen anything like this before" and too damn lazy to figure it out. I'm sure Ohio, like every other state, has a copy of the book with titles and registrations from all 50 states plus Canada, etc. and has laws and regs on the books to deal with vehicles from states whose rules aren't exactly the same.


The book that P.A. has is called The Polk Book, it has copies of all titles and other info needed for when transfering from another state. Maybe instead of going to the DMV try going to a Notary to see what they have to say about it, In P.A. we transfer our titles through Notarys, not sure if Ohio does that. All needed here is the plate and the registration card from Vermont, and the bike has to 15 years or older, and they will issue you a title.
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