What are the penalties for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle in Ohio?


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loss of licence, minimum 90 days up to 2 years. Vehicle suspension. licence plate reissued for 125 dollars. Need to file a OH BMV a SR-22 or bond to prove you are keeping it insured for a min of 3 years to a maximum of 5. Confiscation of plates and vehicle if failure to do so.

It was a mistake to purchase a vehicle in Ohio that did not come with a title. Ohio vehicle owners can easily replace lost titles. Since this wasn't done, it can only be assumed that you purchased a vehicle that may have been stolen in some way (stolen & reported, stolen & not reported, or a self assembled car that was never inspected by the Ohio Highway Patrol)

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The contact information for the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles includes the general information hotline. The general information hotline number is 1-614-752-7500.

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Yes. Mopeds do not, but scooters do. There are certain restrictions. See the attached link for information from the Ohio Department of Motor Vehicles.

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