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Discussion in 'CT90, CT110, ST70, ST90 Discussion' started by b52bombardier1, Mar 10, 2012.
Yes, but LA issues fees for delayed (>30 days) transfers.
There's a post on Facebook about the Vermont title process and it says no VIN verification is needed for bikes under 500cc.
There's even a link to a website that offers this as a service and it says the same thing.
So.... VIN verification needed for a CT70 or no?
I've read through this thread and I'm thinking about giving it a shot. Can I get an updated "Cliff's notes" version of the process and maybe a link to any forms or addresses I'll need?
The information you want is on this page:
In addition, you should read this document:
Simply Google for "Vermont DMV", look for the "Registrations" area and chose Vermont Form 119 and its instructions at Form 119i. Its really pretty straightforward.
Yes, you are correct that it is not stated anywhere in the Form 119i instructions that a VIN inspection is required. However, when I first started doing these Vermont registrations, a clerk in the Montpelier VT DMV office rejected my application stating that my bike was not authorized to operate on U.S. roads. Since that rejection, I have done a VIN and roadworthiness inspection here with the Louisiana State Police - a free service. I have not had any trouble since then.
It's all up to you.
I got an application rejected today... I forgot to put the number of cc and wheels on it... On the letter they sent me it had a blurb stating I had to have it inspected my a Vermont inspection place. I just wrote on it that I believe this is the case if I am registering it as a resident of Vermont but I am not a resident. Hopefully that flies.
FINAL UPDATED UPDATE:
•10-24-17 - documents completed and mailed to VT via USPS
•10-27-17 - VT DMV received documents
•11-3-17 - check deposited by VT DMV
•11-8-17 - check cleared my institution + VT plate received in mail
•11-13-17 - official VT registration/sticker received in mail
Now a done deal. Off to my DMV to finish the task and get it titled/reg here.
why not just keep it for a year with Vermont and get your money's worth and do it in your state then?
I was going to do that but just left it with Vermont, more than half the price for reg. In California they are charging me $150 a year for my other bikes.
Yup keep it under Vermont until it runs out is what I do..
Vermont just cashed my check so my letter to them in response to them noting it needed to be inspected by a Vermont inspection station must have satisfied them.
What is the going rate? I have a few z50's I need to register.
Also, on my first CT70, I put the incorrect vin. How did I fix it? I called Vermont and spoke to an actual person. Fixed it over the phone. A real live person and common sense AND able to make a decision. Unheard of in today's world.
Going rate? Find nada value of bike in fair condition multiply by 6% add $48 plus cost of stamp and that is your cost... nada value varries greatly... $80-120