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OT: motorcycel legal stuff
so im from mass, going to get a 1970 yamaha at1 tomorrow.
how hard is it to register a bike round here?
im thinking about just slapping my moped plate from mass on it, and acting stupid if i get pulled over
dude i double docked a yacht today. epic. smelled so bad in the open air. i had to stand up to finish it off. it was like a black guy's arm coming out of my ass. -wiRIPPER2
this sounds like a question for the DMV forum
headlight with high/low beam, tail light/ brake light and if that light doesnt cover this a plate light. Blinkers and on odometer 2 or 4 stroke can be legal
ya, except you can definitely get away without blinkers. The biggest requirements are lights, brake light that works with front a rear brake (mine only works on the front brake though, you can just pretend to be hitting the rear brake when they ask) and a horn. The cost for registration depends on how much you paid since most of it is paying taxes on the bike, so on the title you should just say it was like $1 and say it was a gift, regardless of what you pay for it. Over all it's pretty easy to do just look up what paper work you need exactly, but I think I just brought in the signed over title and they gave me the registration and mailed me my new title. DONT buy a bike without a title it will cost lots of money and be a head ache to get a title.
Oh and you want to do that stuff at the dmv right away and get your temp plates which you do without even having the bike there, then they'll give you temp plates for a month to allow you to ride it to a gas station to get it inspected then you show them the inspection and they give you real plates.
clownschool, get learned.
I think thats it, like vinny said the blinker law is new this year so some shops dont give an F. I know PC towing is real cool about inspections, just get the brake light rockin
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