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Old 07-16-2013, 09:58 PM   #331
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Wink Sent the documents to Springfield DMV in VT

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120 State St Montpelier, VT 05603
I have sent the documents to Springfield DMV.

150cc prego scooter, I bought new in Ny and lost the title.
Sent the following documents:
DMV Registration form.
bill of sale.
VIN pictures
$88 - registration
$33 - title
$45 - tax

Is that a problem? Hope this works.
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Old 07-17-2013, 10:20 PM   #332
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I really have no idea. I downloaded the application from the VT DMV website, and the Montpelier address was on the app. Let us know how it goes. Maybe it will go through smoothly, but they might send it back to you.
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Old 07-18-2013, 12:57 PM   #333
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I have sent the documents to Springfield DMV.

150cc prego scooter, I bought new in Ny and lost the title.
Sent the following documents:
DMV Registration form.
bill of sale.
VIN pictures
$88 - registration
$33 - title
$45 - tax

Is that a problem? Hope this works.

I'm not sure the VIN pictures will work. They really want some one of authority to check that in person and fill out the form or write it up on some letter head.
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Old 07-19-2013, 10:54 AM   #334
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Just mailed off my forms and fees for my '84 XL250R, hoping this works!

I had given up being able to get this thing titled and licensed in Oregon. Before submitting to Vermont, I did call Oregon DMV information line and inquired about registering and titling a Vermont bike, 250cc, registration only, from a state that does not issue title for <300cc bikes. The Oregon DMV guy put me on hold to go check the manual, and came back telling me all it would take was to bring bike in with VT registration for vehicle inspection, and pay the Title/Registration/Plate/Inspection fees of $144 and I would be on my way with Oregon title and plates!

Will re-post with updates for doing this in Oregon.

My XL needs turn signals and license plate holder, guess its time to order those!
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Old 07-19-2013, 08:11 PM   #335
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I'm not sure the VIN pictures will work. They really want some one of authority to check that in person and fill out the form or write it up on some letter head.
VIN verification isn't required for any bike under 300cc.
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Old 07-20-2013, 08:53 PM   #336
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i went to a different dmv to have it transfer.
she talk to someone on the phone about ten minutes
and then she said no problem. she gave me my tags and
registration. the first dmv lady did not know what she
was doing. thanks to everybody on this website.
vermont root worked for me.
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Old 07-21-2013, 09:01 AM   #337
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Sorry if this has been answered already as I didn't read the whole thread, but has anyone tried this for transferring to a TN title and did you have any issues?
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Old 07-30-2013, 11:26 AM   #338
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Just mailed off my forms and fees for my '84 XL250R, hoping this works!
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Will re-post with updates for doing this in Oregon.
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Success!

Got my plate in the mail on Monday, took about 10 days round-trip. Next is the permanent registration and tag, should be any day now based on others experience.

I'm am still gathering the rest of the pieces needed (turn signals, license plate holder, etc) to finish the project on my end before taking into Oregon DMV. Will update once i get to that point.
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Old 08-03-2013, 04:55 PM   #339
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Eh?

Here is a question for everyone. I'm in New York State (I know time to find a new state to live in, lol) and today I acquired a 1985 Honda Shadow 700 with no title. I checked the Vin online and it came back clean. Now I believe I can register the bike in Vermont because it's over 15 years old but because it's over 500cc a VIN verification is required. Here is my problem, where in NYS can I get a Vin verification done. The state police no longer do the verifications or so I have been told by my local barracks. I don't want to try and have a NY DMV official do the verrification because they may catch on to what I am trying to do and report it to local law enforcement because technically it is illegal in the NYS to sell a vehicle without a title and the whole Vermont deal is basically a legal way of title washing. NYS also says that it's illegal for a NYS resident to own a vehicle that is titled out of state unless the registered owner also has an address in the state in which the title is issued. So where do I turn next? Hauling the bike all the way to Vermont is not really an option because it's hundreds of miles away from me. Can anyone help me out?
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Old 08-03-2013, 06:19 PM   #340
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can you get VIN verified by an inspection station ? or local PD ?
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Old 08-03-2013, 06:23 PM   #341
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What Randyo said. Or, try an insurance agent.
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Old 08-04-2013, 03:24 PM   #342
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The Vermont DMV states that the verification must be done by a state level law enforcement official or by an official deemed suitable by the Vermont commissioner of motor vehicles. I don't think they will allow a verification by a local law enforcement officer. I never though about an inspection station though. I plan on calling the Vermont DMV on Monday and find out just who they will accept the verification from because there website makes it sound very broad as to who they will accept it from. I don't want to go through all the stuff just to have it sent back. I will however report back when I do find out.
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Old 08-04-2013, 07:06 PM   #343
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Local law enforcement is fine. Make it easy for them and bring the paperwork with you.
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Old 08-05-2013, 11:40 AM   #344
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Cool2 IT WORKED!!!! Super Awesome VT plate and title!!


It worked!! VT is awesome..I just received the title and plate. Thank you so much guys!!!!

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I'm not sure the VIN pictures will work. They really want some one of authority to check that in person and fill out the form or write it up on some letter head.
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Old 08-05-2013, 11:42 AM   #345
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Wink This really works!!! Awesome VT title and plate just got it!!!

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I'm not sure the VIN pictures will work. They really want some one of authority to check that in person and fill out the form or write it up on some letter head.


This really works!!! Awesome VT title and plate just got it!!!
THANK YOU! SO MUCH FOR YOUR HELP!!!

FINALLY AFTER ALMOST 2 YEARS REGISTERED MY SCOOTER!!
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