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    Quote Originally Posted by rappy700 View Post
    There is a written law in PA that says you can't title a quad for street use. However, some people on here seem to get lucky. I feel like if I got stopped I would be screwed


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    Not gonna push you to do anything but if your paperowrk is in order and your bike is all DOT to state regulation the absolute worse that can happen is you get a ticket....but just saying the law doesn't state that you can't ride something that was already titled and NOT stamped as off road only NYC there's the same law and yet they let me do it I even talked to cops and they told me I was good

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAPTOR5 View Post
    NYC Let me transfer all my SD paperwork over and they also gave me a NY motorcycle license plate for it also

    That's why I said, depends on your state.

    If there is a law on the books about quads not being eligible for street licensing and use, you will eventually run into the cop that knows it and more than likely he will not be kind to you.

    Do your research.

    I know here in California it won't fly, You MIGHT be able to squeeze it in the " golf cart " exception, but then you are limited to roads that do not have a speed limit above 25mph.

    For the other quad owner, use the "find law" website to search your state DOT and Vehicle code sections for anything containing " quad or ATV ". What you are looking for should be pretty easy to find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinepig View Post
    That's why I said, depends on your state.

    If there is a law on the books about quads not being eligible for street licensing and use, you will eventually run into the cop that knows it and more than likely he will not be kind to you.

    Do your research.

    I know here in California it won't fly, You MIGHT be able to squeeze it in the " golf cart " exception, but then you are limited to roads that do not have a speed limit above 25mph.

    For the other quad owner, use the "find law" website to search your state DOT and Vehicle code sections for anything containing " quad or ATV ". What you are looking for should be pretty easy to find.
    Yeah I heard Cali seems to be a killer that sucks x( but as far as I know according to what I got and what they gave me I'm legal 0.0 woooooo

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    This is what I could find as far as PA laws regarding quads



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    Quote Originally Posted by rappy700 View Post


    This is what I could find as far as PA laws regarding quads



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    But that's just the thing after going through all this it's no longer an ATV it's a motorcycle my title says motorcycle my plates are motorcycle plates and my regi is under motorcycle I'm insured as an on road use 4 wheeler so after going through the SD process you are no longer an ATV 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

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    Yeahhh I understand that but can't they just say it has 4 wheels, get off the road?


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    Tell you what, I'll call the PA DMV and say I'm looking at buying a quad with a street legal motorcycle title from out of state and ask them if I can ride it here.

    If they say yes, I'll order turn signals and stuff


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    Quote Originally Posted by rappy700 View Post
    Yeahhh I understand that but can't they just say it has 4 wheels, get off the road?


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    Lmaoo well I spoke to a few cops and they said I'm good lol they really just can't tell me what to do because they assume it's not legal it has a title that's legal and its modified to be legal they can't touch you lol

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    It is not a motorcycle in any sense of the word. You know it, I know it and anybody with a half a brain knows it. It'll fly, and no, that doesn't make it an airplane. But sooner or later you'll run into a cop more stubborn than you and this will be the downfall of the plate. I'm willing to bet people from your local motoring populace will report your tag number. Not from spite, just them thinking you stole the plate off an actual motorcycle. This will alert your DMV to investigate. These are the type of things that make states look at the way other states do things and then make rules against. Like California flagging Arizona plates because Arizona allows you to license and drive anything around town with minimum requirements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lloydstrans View Post
    It is not a motorcycle in any sense of the word. You know it, I know it and anybody with a half a brain knows it. It'll fly, and no, that doesn't make it an airplane. But sooner or later you'll run into a cop more stubborn than you and this will be the downfall of the plate. I'm willing to bet people from your local motoring populace will report your tag number. Not from spite, just them thinking you stole the plate off an actual motorcycle. This will alert your DMV to investigate. These are the type of things that make states look at the way other states do things and then make rules against. Like California flagging Arizona plates because Arizona allows you to license and drive anything around town with minimum requirements.
    See that's where your wrong cause I'm not calling it a motorcycle the DMV of New York State is calling it a motorcycle as it say so on the title and if my plate is run its under my name no problem and again I'm not riding with out of state plates I'm riding with New York plates as I live in New York so no problem brapppp the only stubbornness there is is the people who haven't tried it but no worries I'll be the only one havin all the fun haaaaaa BRAPPP

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAPTOR5 View Post
    You don't have to worry about it being out of state because pa will be more than happy to transfer over your paperwork and plates the title says nowhere on it that it is an ATV all it says is "off road" as body type than when you transfer it over put body type as motorcycle do it at a 3rd party agency it will work
    Perjury has no meaning to you does it? Any judge in this country will absolutely so it is not a motorcycle. Doesn't matter what the title says, especially by a random state that never laid eyes on it.

    Above you admitted to lying, perjury. Mail fraud if you utilized the USPS to achieve this. Wire fraud if you utilized a telephone or internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lloydstrans View Post
    It is not a motorcycle in any sense of the word. You know it, I know it and anybody with a half a brain knows it. It'll fly, and no, that doesn't make it an airplane. But sooner or later you'll run into a cop more stubborn than you and this will be the downfall of the plate. I'm willing to bet people from your local motoring populace will report your tag number. Not from spite, just them thinking you stole the plate off an actual motorcycle. This will alert your DMV to investigate. These are the type of things that make states look at the way other states do things and then make rules against. Like California flagging Arizona plates because Arizona allows you to license and drive anything around town with minimum requirements.
    It would be totally different if I had out of state plates what are they gonna investagate the fact that they are the ones who made my shizz legal pshhh that title doesn't say off road only they accept it it's a wrappp plane and simple

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    How am I wrong when you openly admitted to lying to a third party DMV service?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lloydstrans View Post
    It is not a motorcycle in any sense of the word. You know it, I know it and anybody with a half a brain knows it. It'll fly, and no, that doesn't make it an airplane. But sooner or later you'll run into a cop more stubborn than you and this will be the downfall of the plate. I'm willing to bet people from your local motoring populace will report your tag number. Not from spite, just them thinking you stole the plate off an actual motorcycle. This will alert your DMV to investigate. These are the type of things that make states look at the way other states do things and then make rules against. Like California flagging Arizona plates because Arizona allows you to license and drive anything around town with minimum requirements.
    Quote Originally Posted by lloydstrans View Post
    Perjury has no meaning to you does it? Any judge in this country will absolutely so it is not a motorcycle. Doesn't matter what the title says, especially by a random state that never laid eyes on it.

    Above you admitted to lying, perjury. Mail fraud if you utilized the USPS to achieve this. Wire fraud if you utilized a telephone or internet.
    Everything was done and inspected in person there's no fraud and what your saying kinda insulting please don't reply to my posts I'm just laying out my experience

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    Quote Originally Posted by lloydstrans View Post
    How am I wrong when you openly admitted to lying to a third party DMV service?
    All a 3rd party Dmv service is an express Dmv everything is still done directly through the DMV

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    Kinda insulting, lets get to the gist of it. I'm not the moron that thinks a quad is a motorcycle because that is what it says on a piece of paper. You circumvented the system and you're here trying to justify it. I'm not the one acting like an entitled ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rappy700 View Post


    This is what I could find as far as PA laws regarding quads



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    New York has the same almost verbatim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lloydstrans View Post
    Kinda insulting, lets get to the gist of it. I'm not the moron that thinks a quad is a motorcycle because that is what it says on a piece of paper. You circumvented the system and you're here trying to justify it. I'm not the one acting like an entitled ass.
    This coming from someone who thinks a title is just a "piece of paper" idk I'll ride on and I'll let you know if I run into any trouble thanks for your opinion ride safe

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    Thanks guys, all that surely didn't muddy up this thread!
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    It's entertaining to read this looks like I started quite the discussion.

    If only every state were like Arizona with this. Rather than waste cops time trying to track down people riding atvs illegally, why can't states just let atvs be legal? That way they make money off the registration.

    This frustrates me to no end. Yes a quad has a straight axle, but anyone with any common sense whatsoever can guide a quad around a corner on pavement with no issue. Not to mention, quads are perfectly safe in rain and snow. Also, even stupid stuff like animals running out on the road. We almost hit a rabbit the one time on the road on my raptor. If we would have hit it, oh well. Keep riding. If we were on a motorcycle there's a good chance we would have wrecked.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rappy700 View Post
    It's entertaining to read this looks like I started quite the discussion.

    If only every state were like Arizona with this. Rather than waste cops time trying to track down people riding atvs illegally, why can't states just let atvs be legal? That way they make money off the registration.

    This frustrates me to no end. Yes a quad has a straight axle, but anyone with any common sense whatsoever can guide a quad around a corner on pavement with no issue. Not to mention, quads are perfectly safe in rain and snow. Also, even stupid stuff like animals running out on the road. We almost hit a rabbit the one time on the road on my raptor. If we would have hit it, oh well. Keep riding. If we were on a motorcycle there's a good chance we would have wrecked.


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    Totally agree with you not sure hopefully one day the laws will change and jeezz sounds like a close call ride safe dude be careful out there 💪🏻

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    Default Dude ?

    Please don't try to be the buzz killer, just title your ride

    And ride.

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    Sent my papers in for my 02 xr250. Should be getting a call to make the payment and get the show on the road. I'm in MA so hopefully everything goes smooth and she's on the road in the next few weeks. Any MA residents had success with this method ? Will I be able to ride on the streets with the SD plate since it's technically registered in SD? Or will I absolutely have to register it in MA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommy9345 View Post
    Sent my papers in for my 02 xr250. Should be getting a call to make the payment and get the show on the road. I'm in MA so hopefully everything goes smooth and she's on the road in the next few weeks. Any MA residents had success with this method ? Will I be able to ride on the streets with the SD plate since it's technically registered in SD? Or will I absolutely have to register it in MA?

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    Would have thought that you would do the Vermont thing living in New England especially with under 300cc it can all be done by mail. And even if you needed to take a trip to VT you are close. Plus you would have fit more in with another New England tag. Either way I think you are fine. Keep the wheelies in downtown to a minimum and the fuzz will have no reason to light you up. I'd let the plate get close to expiration and then get you mass tags. Any trouble with that go right to Vermont and leave it tagged there. That would be my plan, but what do I know.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GoTeamHonda View Post
    Would have thought that you would do the Vermont thing living in New England especially with under 300cc it can all be done by mail. And even if you needed to take a trip to VT you are close. Plus you would have fit more in with another New England tag. Either way I think you are fine. Keep the wheelies in downtown to a minimum and the fuzz will have no reason to light you up. I'd let the plate get close to expiration and then get you mass tags. Any trouble with that go right to Vermont and leave it tagged there. That would be my plan, but what do I know.


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    I hadn't heard of it til I had already started the SD process, I'll probably use the vt method down the line. Only issue I'm thinking I'll have is if I keep moto tires on it. Thanks for the input. And I wish I had that problem.. my xr isn't fond of bringing the front up past 2nd lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommy9345 View Post
    I hadn't heard of it til I had already started the SD process, I'll probably use the vt method down the line. Only issue I'm thinking I'll have is if I keep moto tires on it. Thanks for the input. And I wish I had that problem.. my xr isn't fond of bringing the front up past 2nd lol

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    Oh vermont doesn't check tires for plating so you should be fine. But if you are going to ride in the green mountain state then you best get their inspection sticker so DOT tires maybe. I don't know. But in any other state you would be fine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sdynak View Post
    It is updated..

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    Time to see how the local PD will react to my bike on the road!
    Which location has everyone been sending their paperwork to? Have seen both listed. I have checked their website and see both listed. The by mail one is listed as the PO box 6160, and the "in person" address is the 130 Kansas Street. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by leland View Post
    Which location has everyone been sending their paperwork to? Have seen both listed. I have checked their website and see both listed. The by mail one is listed as the PO box 6160, and the "in person" address is the 130 Kansas Street. Thanks
    I sent it to the 130 address but it came back from the PO box address.
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    It worked. Titles in my name came today in the mail!!
    I used the system somewhat different from you all. I had no problem getting plates. I have a plate in my home state on my '66 bike and I did the Vermont thing to get plating for my '72. With my
    VT plate and reg I simply went to DMV to put a home state plate. Plating wasn't the issue. I needed titles and I didn't want to put any effort into because I really don't need titles, I just wanted to see if I could do it. And I did. They took my reg as proof of ownership and for $35 each they sent me titles. Who knows. One day I may get rid of the '72. But I doubt it. I actually let a plated in my home state xr350 go for cheap because lack of titles was deterring potential buyers. Wish I knew about the SD thing before I let it go. I could have easily gotten a title for that. Titles go in the safe and I retain my current home state registration on both bikes. Thanks again SMJ.


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    Got my plate and regi from SD last week. The only other thing they asked me for was a tax forum. I ended up registering the bike in ny, paid my taxes on the full amount then sent my paperwork out to SD. Now I'm just trying to Change up my lighting set up. This won't be a street bike. Just a cruise to the trail or gas station so I'm not to worried about the SD plate.

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    Technically speaking, for californians atleast, if somehow your quad is registered in South Dakota and you "somehow" have 7500 miles or more on it, California will allow you to transfer it over and plate it, due to the "7500 mile rule". Works with anything that has an out of state plate and 7500 miles. Thats Californias rule and I have seen it done with ATVs, two specifically here in Los Angeles County.


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    Quote Originally Posted by B_ostrowski View Post
    Technically speaking, for californians atleast, if somehow your quad is registered in South Dakota and you "somehow" have 7500 miles or more on it, California will allow you to transfer it over and plate it, due to the "7500 mile rule". Works with anything that has an out of state plate and 7500 miles. Thats Californias rule and I have seen it done with ATVs, two specifically here in Los Angeles County.


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    Thank you for posting about the question about ATVS it's about time somebody had the Kellogg's to back up the statement still riding still legal enjoy fellas brapppp!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoTeamHonda View Post
    I don't see why not, I've got SD doing two Honda 90cc's for me right now. Sounded like it's going to work, they took my paperwork via mail and my credit card number on the phone, so now I'm just waiting.


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    Did you have luck getting a street legal title for the 90cc bikes ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAPTOR5 View Post
    Did you have luck getting a street legal title for the 90cc bikes ?
    Yeah. No problems.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GoTeamHonda View Post
    Yeah. No problems.


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    Can you send me links to the forms that you filled out if you don't mind if it's an issue I can try my best to look them up very happy to see you got them though ride safe man

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    Thanks so much for this info. Trying to tag my 2017 YZ250FX. I was wondering, I followed these instructions perfectly, sent all documents FEDEX overnight last Thursday but have yet to hear anything via email or phone? What is the normal time frame for them to contact you? Im getting very impatient! Thanks.

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    I sent the documents to

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmtech View Post
    Thanks so much for this info. Trying to tag my 2017 YZ250FX. I was wondering, I followed these instructions perfectly, sent all documents FEDEX overnight last Thursday but have yet to hear anything via email or phone? What is the normal time frame for them to contact you? Im getting very impatient! Thanks.
    Took about a week or so, they'll get to it.
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    I just recently bought a 2003 CR250R out of Texas, I live in Florida. I have the Texas title, but have no transferred anything yet. Do I need to send anything else to SD besides all of the paperwork, BOS, and driver license listed on the first post? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FL_Sharpshooter View Post
    I just recently bought a 2003 CR250R out of Texas, I live in Florida. I have the Texas title, but have no transferred anything yet. Do I need to send anything else to SD besides all of the paperwork, BOS, and driver license listed on the first post? Thanks!
    There is some notorized form off their website. Just call them. The folks are so friendly and helpful.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GoTeamHonda View Post
    There is some notorized form off their website. Just call them. The folks are so friendly and helpful.


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    Well finally got my tag on the way. I was under the impression that if I sent the MSO I wouldn't need the affidavit for vehicle/boat but they called and said I needed that. Also I had to pay 4% tax on the bike so all said and done it cost $360 but that's a small price to pay to have my bike on the street. Including this, I have about $800 in getting my FX street legal. Im HOPING that once I get my SD title, I can transfer it to NC, and hopefully without paying taxes again.

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    Question Dirt Legal

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    Hello, I just sent my info in a few days ago and got this response today.

    We received the paperwork requesting SD title and registration for the 2012 Yamaha WR450F. Please be advised that the new South Dakota title will show the motorcycle as "Off-Road" because the current Nebraska title reads "Dirt".

    You can title and register the motorcycle in South Dakota and we would issue a plate, but it would be classified as an off-road vehicle. It would be legal to uses on the street here in South Dakota, but you should look into your local laws and regulations of it's use.


    My question is will the new title from south Dakota still clearly say "Not to be registered for street use" like my current one does. And how does this work with transferring to Iowa. When I called the Iowa court house I was told that it can not say "not to be registered for street use" or "for off road use only" on the title and then they can work with me on getting an Iowa plate for it.

    Is there any way around this with the south Dakota people or not?

    Any input and suggestions appreciated. Thanks!

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    Lots of folks have good luck with mailing to vermont. However there rules change based on displacement and year of the bike. I know under 300cc and / or 15 years or older typically results in a plate in your name / address. They don't title but people have taken the VT reg to their current state DMV and transferred over to their states tag. Once again, no title but it's then plated in your home state.


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    With just an MSO will South Dakota issue a street legal title?


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