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Old 01-26-2014, 01:34 AM   #436
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Nope, not street legal. My XR500 has a headlight and taillight too, but it's not street legal either.

Which makes me wonder if they will return my registration fees?
Anyone venture a guess as to what will happen?
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Old 01-27-2014, 06:27 PM   #437
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Which makes me wonder if they will return my registration fees?
Anyone venture a guess as to what will happen?
From what i read here, sounds like if you cant register, they send money back
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Old 01-28-2014, 02:18 PM   #438
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Well I should know in about 8 days or less
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Old 02-01-2014, 07:08 AM   #439
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Ok so, I did all the paper work on a 97 xt350 and just got it sent back to me saying i need the form 10 v vehicle identification verification, now i though that you didn't need that for vehicles that dont need to be titled? 1997 falls in the older than 15 years category for non title requirement right?r

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Old 02-01-2014, 07:48 AM   #440
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Ok so, I did all the paper work on a 97 xt350 and just got it sent back to me saying i need the form 10 v vehicle identification verification, now i though that you didn't need that for vehicles that dont need to be titled? 1997 falls in the older than 15 years category for non title requirement right?r
My understanding is that you only need a VIN verification if the vehicle is 500cc or over. I would call them.
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Old 02-01-2014, 08:32 AM   #441
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My understanding is that you only need a VIN verification if the vehicle is 500cc or over. I would call them.
thats what i thought too or i prob would not have attempted it. I wonder if they can look up that it was a title vehicle in ny originally and need to see it? Im calling Monday and hope its a mistake other wise its probably over. the form they sent requires some official to inspect the vin and there is a spot for the title number on the form. i doubt anyone in NY would actually do this for me
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Old 02-01-2014, 04:54 PM   #442
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It might work to get someone at a dealership to do it.
I'm currently faced with a similar situation on a military truck. Luckily, I have a friend who is a retired cop, and is also a military vehicle buff. He says he can do the VIN verification for me. I hope it works.
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Old 02-01-2014, 06:27 PM   #443
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paperwork sent back

I said I would follow up when I heard something from Vermont DMV. They sent my paperwork back because I did not include enough tax. It looks like when I resend the check it will be good to go. Sending everything out Monday.
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Old 02-01-2014, 08:03 PM   #444
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thats what i thought too or i prob would not have attempted it. I wonder if they can look up that it was a title vehicle in ny originally and need to see it? Im calling Monday and hope its a mistake other wise its probably over. the form they sent requires some official to inspect the vin and there is a spot for the title number on the form. i doubt anyone in NY would actually do this for me
Why not make it easier for them, and do a VIN search yourself on the NY DMV? At the very least it will show if and when the title was issued in NY State. That might speed the process up.

http://www.dmv.ny.gov/%5C/titlestat/default.html
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Why not make it easier for them, and do a VIN search yourself on the NY DMV? At the very least it will show if and when the title was issued in NY State. That might speed the process up.

http://www.dmv.ny.gov/%5C/titlestat/default.html
yes it does, and i did that before i bought the bike to check if it was stolen or had a lien, all it says is titled issued in 1999, a investigator ran the vin for me and said it came up nothing, never registered or anything,so im wondering if vermont knows it was a titled vehicle by checing ny laws or if they see the same thing i do? because their website says 15 years or older no title is issued.

how does this info help them speed anything up?

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Old 02-02-2014, 04:58 PM   #446
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yes it does, and i did that before i bought the bike to check if it was stolen or had a lien, all it says is titled issued in 1999, a investigator ran the vin for me and said it came up nothing, never registered or anything,so im wondering if vermont knows it was a titled vehicle by checing ny laws or if they see the same thing i do? because their website says 15 years or older no title is issued.

how does this info help them speed anything up?
Don't know man, just thinking out loud. Bureaucrats just need something official looking 99% of the time. I figured maybe if they saw your VIN and accessed the NY info, they'd see no bad hits on it and that would speed it up (No VIN Verification.

I was under the impression the DMV has more information than the public. There's gotta be some interstate system they use to check vehicle status.
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Old 02-04-2014, 01:25 PM   #447
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Which makes me wonder if they will return my registration fees?
Anyone venture a guess as to what will happen?
They'll plate it I'm guessing. I plated an IT200 no problem.
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Old 02-04-2014, 08:25 PM   #448
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what will I encounter?

When I receive my Vemont plates I'm going to ride on them for a year and when they go to expire I'll go down to courthouse and get a title.

As a primer what questions will the Ohio title bureau ask me or will they just take my registration and make a title. Seems unlikely they wouldn't ask why I plated it in Vermont as an Ohio resident..anyone have the answers to the questions? Wardie
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Old 02-07-2014, 08:33 PM   #449
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When I receive my Vemont plates I'm going to ride on them for a year and when they go to expire I'll go down to courthouse and get a title.

As a primer what questions will the Ohio title bureau ask me or will they just take my registration and make a title. Seems unlikely they wouldn't ask why I plated it in Vermont as an Ohio resident..anyone have the answers to the questions? Wardie
Questions like that would be met with silence from me. I don't owe them an answer. If they gave me any hassle at all, I would just renew the registration in Vermont for two more years.
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I just came back from a trip and the plate was waiting for me. Thanks again all for the help guys.
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