LONG.... .... . ....... story short: I bought a 50cc in '08, rode it friggen everywhere (literally, I rode it on every single paved road, dirt road, trail, alley, and bridge in the entire county), year round, spent hundreds in keeping it alive, had some good times, some bad, never crashed it, learned how to ride, fix, and own a motorcycle from it, etc.... The killer was when I was (after 5 years) recently pulled over by a cop he asked about the scooter, came back from his car, and told me that he didn't really know what to do about it, but to go to the Utah's legislature website and look up some laws... I looked for a bit, and the most relevant thing I saw, basically said that since our former governor (a motorcycle enthusiast) left office, they undermined all 50cc scooters by making the max cc 40 (as opposed to 49). So now my poor little 49.7cc scooter is classified as a full size motorcycle, and that I need ALL legal documents to operate it (including a license which takes a year to get). So what should I do? Obviously my scooter is now totally useless on road, because the damn dealer never sent me the title. Should I sell it for $50? Should I part it out? Should I keep it as a garage seat? Any ideas? I don't really want to completely discard it... I mean, just throwing away a bike that taught you everything to the junkyard just isn't right.