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Old 08-06-2014, 05:54 AM   #661
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one more question

does the seller have to sign the vt reg form DMV-VD119 ? Thanks again
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Old 08-06-2014, 08:26 AM   #662
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does the seller have to sign the vt reg form DMV-VD119 ? Thanks again
No.
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Old 08-07-2014, 06:03 AM   #663
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wish me luck

Mailing out the TA-VD119 and bill of sale with a check for $74.. Wish me luck.. Will update once I get word or plates.. thanks all
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Old 08-07-2014, 07:43 AM   #664
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Mailing out the TA-VD119 and bill of sale with a check for $74.. Wish me luck.. Will update once I get word or plates.. thanks all
Good luck. I don't think you'll have any problem, though.
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Old 08-11-2014, 11:34 AM   #665
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Is a bill of sale needed to register a 1971 250 triumph? thanx
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Old 08-12-2014, 08:53 PM   #666
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Is a bill of sale needed to register a 1971 250 triumph? thanx
Bill of sale yes, title no.
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Old 08-18-2014, 06:05 AM   #667
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Guys, signing up to post on this forumn is more of a hassle than getting a plate from Vermont.

If you are under 300cc's and older than 15 years, it is a guarantee. greater than 300cc's and there may be some additional hurdles, but still a guarantee.

I had a 1993 Honda XL250 duel sport dirt bike. I filled out the application for a new registration TA-VD-119, and a bill of sale and Odometer disclosure statement TA-VT-05 25M.

i mailed those two forms and a check to the DMV and tag showed up in 5 days. i did include a note letting them know that i was paying tax based on the NADA blue book value, which was greater than the amount i paid for the bike (read as kissing ass), and let them know that it was street legal from the factory.

I live in Kansas and will update on transferring and getting a Kansas title.
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Old 08-20-2014, 02:45 PM   #668
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Guys, signing up to post on this forumn is more of a hassle than getting a plate from Vermont.

If you are under 300cc's and older than 15 years, it is a guarantee. greater than 300cc's and there may be some additional hurdles, but still a guarantee.

I had a 1993 Honda XL250 duel sport dirt bike. I filled out the application for a new registration TA-VD-119, and a bill of sale and Odometer disclosure statement TA-VT-05 25M.

i mailed those two forms and a check to the DMV and tag showed up in 5 days. i did include a note letting them know that i was paying tax based on the NADA blue book value, which was greater than the amount i paid for the bike (read as kissing ass), and let them know that it was street legal from the factory.

I live in Kansas and will update on transferring and getting a Kansas title.
Good comments. Welcome to ADVRider!

Just a point of clarification; the age of an under-300cc bike is irrelevant because Vermont does not require a title on bikes that are under 300cc regardless of age.

Over 300cc does require a title until it becomes 15 years old, at which point a title is no longer required. However, 500cc and up (and cars, etc.) will require a VIN verification.
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Old 08-21-2014, 08:15 AM   #669
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However, 500cc and up (and cars, etc.) will require a VIN verification.
Cars only require VIN verification if they're titled, actually. 15+ year old cars only need the bill of sale.
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Old 08-21-2014, 02:56 PM   #670
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Cars only require VIN verification if they're titled, actually. 15+ year old cars only need the bill of sale.
That's good to know.
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Old 08-23-2014, 11:39 AM   #671
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Hi! Been following this thread for awhile now, as well as many others. I figured I would document my experience so far with vermont dmv. I purchased a 1987 Honda XL600rr. I gathered my documents (bill of sale, odometer disclosure, registration application, vin verification filled out by law enforcement, app fee and sales tax after calling to see what NADA value they used) and sent them out via priority mail on monday, August 11th. It arrived in vermont on Thursday, august 14th. I've been calling daily, but the clerk says that they use a very old system and it doesn't show in their computer for a week or two. Today is day 12 since I sent it off, and 9 days since it was delivered. The clerk told me that if they sent me a correction letter it would have shown up in their computer. My question is, how long did this take to complete for some of you? I've read all 45 pages of this thread twice lol.
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Old 08-23-2014, 08:16 PM   #672
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Two weeks or so.
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Old 08-25-2014, 08:17 AM   #673
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Stumbled on this yesterday. Just sent in paperwork for a '77 KE100 I lovingly restored but didn't have enough of a paper trail for the CT DMV. Thanks!
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Old 08-25-2014, 05:13 PM   #674
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Oregon title questions?

Ok, so now I'm having a little panic attack over my title. Maybe someone could help? (or make the issue even more confusing. Lol)
I bought a 1986 XR600R with a clean Montana title.
Titled it and registered it in Oregon 2 years ago. No problems whatsoever.
Now, I just sold (well, traded) the bike to another Oregonian. The new owner texted me today in a panic wondering if it will be rejected by the Oregon system. He hasn't gone in to DMV yet, but... Now I'm stressed and so is he...

Anyone have any legitimate (not speculative) info on this situation? Can Oregon retroactively reject a title?

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Old 08-26-2014, 07:52 PM   #675
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If it's a legal title in your name with no liens against it,there should be absolutely no issues titling in state.No different than licensing an automobile.If he is titling in another state,they may have specific requirements.For example.When I bought my last out of state bike.They required me to get a notarized title and bill of sell from the previous owner, in his state,from where I bought the bike.Then I had to present a running bike to my local DMV for an inspection, and VIN check, before title,tag,and registration was issued.
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