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Nothing..... it is the responiblty of the lender to arrange someone in your state to repo the bike (or car). Keep your insurance on the bike just in case something happens to it in the meantime.

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Q: What should you do if the lender obtained a judgment to repossess your motorcycle eight months ago and they have yet to pick up the motorcycle and you are in Wisconsin and the lender is in Texas?
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