The ADD123 website allows users to do a motorcycle title search. Your local DMV is also able to do a motorcycle title search. All that is required is the VIN number.
It depends on who holds the certificate of title on the motorcycle.If you hold the title, and it is in your name, and there are no lien holders listed on the title. then you could sell the motorcycle at any time you would like. On the other hand if the credit card company holds the title then you would have to pay off the balance owed on the motorcycle to the credit card company, they would then release the title to you, at which time you could sell the motorcycle.
Contact the MVD (Motor Vehicle Department) and do a title search. You will need the vehicle VIN and there will be a fee.
Replace lost motorcycle title
Title for abandoned motorcycle in Virginia
A CD title I believe is not actually a title. CD in reference to a motorcycle usually means a Certificate of Destruction.
The bill of sale would be the receipt from the pawn shop where you purchased the motorcycle. You fill in the buyer info on the title.
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Motorcycle theft would be a felony in Texas. The statute of limitations would be 5 years. But the title would still not be clear and it would be returned to the owner.
i would do a search on the title, there are some online websites in which you pay and they will look up information. If that is not an option then you could see who the serial number was first registered to.
You can sell a motorcycle with no title, but it might be difficult to sell. Most people will desire a title because they can't get it licensed to ride on the road without one.
To title a home built motorcycle, you must have it first inspected by your local police department. If it passes they will give you paperwork to give the DMV who can issue a title.
DMV...it would be a salvage title which will kill the resell value of the bike....could try and get a lost title instead, some states offer this instead of the salvage title
Try http://www.yourmyloan.com or carbuckscorp.com. They both offer motorcycle and auto title loans in Texas.
You have to get it from the owner that last had the title in his name.
I would have to assume you have a legitimate bill of sale for the motorcycle. Given that go to your local Department of Motor Vehicles and apply for a replacement/lost title. They will most likely charge you a fee to replace your title. If you have no bill of sale you may still attempt to visit your Department of Motor Vehicles and inquire or visit your states website to research replacing a title.
The frame should of came with a title when you got the frame
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It matters where you are.
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Is his name on the title also?
There are several different title loans available for motorcycles. Motorcycle title loans are usually short term and expected to be paid back within 14 days. There are many options for motorcycle title loans. The loans may not be as big as those on a regular vehicle but can still help you out when you need it the most.
Depends on where you live... I don't know of any state in the U.S. that requires it.
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