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Old 05-07-2013, 10:30 AM   #271
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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.
Were you actually able to title a 15+ year-old bike in PA using a Vermont registration?

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Old 05-07-2013, 11:04 AM   #272
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Were you actually able to title a 15+ year-old bike in PA using a Vermont registration?

Inquiring minds want to know.

We went the route of going in front of a judge and getting him to sign a paper for us to get a bike title, I sold the bike to a good friend that did not have a title, and we got it in two weeks, BUT alot of BS, money, and paperwork to go through, BUT while at the notary I asked if I came in with a plate and registration from Vermont could I get a title for a bike ???? She got out the Polk Book and looked it up and said YES, as long as the bike was 15 years or older and I had the plate and registration from Vermont, she also said she thought this was the last state to do this and it might not last long.
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Old 05-07-2013, 08:30 PM   #273
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i bought a 1961 honda dream. the title was filled out wrong.
the dmv lady said the title was no good. so i went the vermont root.
i got my tag and temporary registration in the mail two weeks ago.
do i weight for permanent registration or can i go to the dmv and have it
transfer with temporary registration?
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Old 05-07-2013, 09:56 PM   #274
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i bought a 1961 honda dream. the title was filled out wrong.
the dmv lady said the title was no good. so i went the vermont root.
i got my tag and temporary registration in the mail two weeks ago.
do i weight for permanent registration or can i go to the dmv and have it
transfer with temporary registration?
It will probably be easier if you wait for permanent registration. Otherwise, your trip could be wasted. I dunno about you, but I try to minimize trips to DMV.
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Old 05-09-2013, 01:23 AM   #275
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Just wanted to put an update on here. I did get my scooter all set up in Hawaii. I originally got the bike for free on craigslist. Owner had no key and no title. I went through the Vermont process and It all worked out. I went to the DMV on my island today and got a Safety check, Registration, and a TITLE!!! Couldn't believe it. Still speechless. Bike is up and running and now perfectly legal.

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Old 05-11-2013, 12:52 PM   #276
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It will probably be easier if you wait for permanent registration. Otherwise, your trip could be wasted. I dunno about you, but I try to minimize trips to DMV.
WECSOG, I wasn't aware that I would receive a permanent registration. What is the typical wait time after the first registration and license plate sticker arrive?

BTW, I am familiar with the name WECSOG. I'm building a FAL para now.
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Old 05-11-2013, 07:19 PM   #277
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WECSOG, I wasn't aware that I would receive a permanent registration. What is the typical wait time after the first registration and license plate sticker arrive?

BTW, I am familiar with the name WECSOG. I'm building a FAL para now.
2 to 3 weeks after you receive the plate from what I've read.
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Old 05-11-2013, 10:27 PM   #278
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WECSOG, I wasn't aware that I would receive a permanent registration. What is the typical wait time after the first registration and license plate sticker arrive?

BTW, I am familiar with the name WECSOG. I'm building a FAL para now.
I haven't gone through the VT reg process yet myself, but I have heard a couple of weeks. I plan to do it soon for the Honda Trail 90 I am currently building.

I was wondering if anyone would understand the name. Good luck with the FAL.
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Old 05-13-2013, 08:04 AM   #279
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2 to 3 weeks after you receive the plate from what I've read.
Rickmb3, I didn't receive a plate. I only received a sticker for the plate and a small, unofficial looking, registration.
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Old 05-13-2013, 07:00 PM   #280
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This process worked for me in Maryland

I bought a 69 AT1 with no title from a guy in NY, I live in Maryland. I downloaded and filled out the Vermont forms. I sent a copy of the bill of sale, un-notorized and had my Vermont tag and registration within 2 weeks. I then took the temp registration, MD Application for title and tags to the local DMV. Had my clear MD title in about a week.
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Old 05-13-2013, 08:57 PM   #281
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2 to 3 weeks after you receive the plate from what I've read.
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Rickmb3, I didn't receive a plate. I only received a sticker for the plate and a small, unofficial looking, registration.
The plate and the actual registration with sticker are mailed from separate places for some reason. Usually the plate comes first.

The smallish registration looks as official as the registration cards I've had in a few other states, though it is very basic. The temporary registration is nothing more than a copy of your application with some DMV handwriting and a signature.
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Old 05-15-2013, 06:13 AM   #282
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Few Questions

Hello everyone! Reading all the success stories here and need to do the same thing here in NY. I purchased a 2005 Vespa PX 150 without a title. Looks like I just need the application and the bill of sale since it is under 300cc.

But I have a couple of questions before I proceed:

1. The VT registration application asks for "VT DRIVER LICENSE NO". Since I am in NY do I just put my new york license number here? http://dmv.vermont.gov/sites/dmv/fil..._Title_App.pdf


2. What form of payment do I need to send: personal or certified check, or a money order?

3. VT DMV has a Bill of Sale form on their website, do I have to use that, or I can send whatever I got from the seller (which does have all the information asked from DMV)?

Thank you in advance!!
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Old 05-15-2013, 01:55 PM   #283
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Hello everyone! Reading all the success stories here and need to do the same thing here in NY. I purchased a 2005 Vespa PX 150 without a title. Looks like I just need the application and the bill of sale since it is under 300cc.

But I have a couple of questions before I proceed:

1. The VT registration application asks for "VT DRIVER LICENSE NO". Since I am in NY do I just put my new york license number here? http://dmv.vermont.gov/sites/dmv/fil..._Title_App.pdf


2. What form of payment do I need to send: personal or certified check, or a money order?

3. VT DMV has a Bill of Sale form on their website, do I have to use that, or I can send whatever I got from the seller (which does have all the information asked from DMV)?

Thank you in advance!!
Just leave the licence number blank.

Personal check is what i've used, Twice. Got a refund for overpayment once.

I've always used the VT bill of sale form.
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Old 05-15-2013, 07:30 PM   #284
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Hello everyone! Reading all the success stories here and need to do the same thing here in NY. I purchased a 2005 Vespa PX 150 without a title. Looks like I just need the application and the bill of sale since it is under 300cc.

But I have a couple of questions before I proceed:

1. The VT registration application asks for "VT DRIVER LICENSE NO". Since I am in NY do I just put my new york license number here? http://dmv.vermont.gov/sites/dmv/fil..._Title_App.pdf


2. What form of payment do I need to send: personal or certified check, or a money order?

3. VT DMV has a Bill of Sale form on their website, do I have to use that, or I can send whatever I got from the seller (which does have all the information asked from DMV)?

Thank you in advance!!
I put my MD license number

I sent a personal check

I used a copy of the bill of sale from the seller. The VT application explains what is needed on the bill of sale. Date, seller and buyer names and signitures, VIN, Model, Mileage , sale price, nothing special
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Old 05-16-2013, 08:19 AM   #285
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Thank you, will try to do this next week!
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