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How do you get a duplicate title for a motorcycle?

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2006-03-19 00:32:33
2006-03-19 00:32:33

Go to the local state DMV office and fill out the application for a duplicate title. The person will need proof of ownership and the VIN # of the motorcycle. Proof of ownership can be a bill of sale or a notarized statement from the previous owner transferring ownership to the present owner.

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