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  • luckydog
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    that's f%&#ing stupid that you should have to pay for some other dirt bags failure. glad i live in florida

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  • towingguy
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    ^^^^^^^^ what he said

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  • slinger2424
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    Originally posted by JLee View Post
    Why do you have to pay for the time when the previous owner didn't have it registered?
    Because it's the DMV! LOLOLOLOL evil evil DMV!

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  • JLee
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    Originally posted by towingguy View Post
    ha ha ha, talked to the dmv again and they said if I pay for the last 3 years that it wasn't registered (at $10 a year), they will issue me new title/plates .

    thanks all, stay safe
    Why do you have to pay for the time when the previous owner didn't have it registered?

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  • slinger2424
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    ....and the DMV strikes again!

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  • towingguy
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    ha ha ha, talked to the dmv again and they said if I pay for the last 3 years that it wasn't registered (at $10 a year), they will issue me new title/plates .

    thanks all, stay safe

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  • towingguy
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    I should clarify the no writing on the title thing, the sellers area is all filled out (correctly) I just filled in the buyers part (including the date of sale).

    the dmv said I need a statement from the guy on the title saying he hasn't used the bike in x amout of time (due to the impounded plates)

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  • Seventy2002
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    Originally posted by towingguy View Post
    there is no writing on the title
    If you mean the registered owner has not signed the release of interest, you will have a problem transferring the title to your name. To prove you legally own the bike you have to show the guy you bought it from legally owned it.

    The deal was not as smooth as you thought it was.

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  • BAYAREACOP
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    if you legally own the bike, DMV needs to issues you new plates.

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  • luckydog
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    i dont know about mn law, but here in fl it doesn't matter if somebodys tag was seized. that is their problem not yours. call the dmv back and ask them what you need to do.

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  • towingguy
    started a topic didn't think I'd be asking this question

    didn't think I'd be asking this question

    so this isn't so much enforcement related as a dmv issue but hopefully somebody can point me in the right direction.

    I bought a bike from a guy on craigslist (the deal went real smooth). he hands me the title from the prior owner, there is no writing on the title so I'm thinking no big deal, its just like I got it from the guy on the title. anyway I go to the dmv and find out that the guy on the title had his plates impounded. great...anyway if I can't get ahold of the guy on the title do I/what are my other options?

    thanks all, stay safe

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