I've been searching with Google trying to figure out exactly the ins and outs of vintage dirt bike titles in Pennsylvania, as I am in Ohio, and wondered what it would take or what to expect if buying a vintage dirt bike in Pennsylvania. Apparently ATV titles or registrations are far more relaxed, and you can ride ATVs in any public riding area, but dirt bikes are only allowed on private land areas or national forests, unless they are street plated, and then you can ride in State Forest riding areas alongside un-plated ATV's. What a bummer! In Ohio, if it's a 1999 or newer dirt bike, it had better have a title, because it came with one new. If it is a pre-1999 off road vehicle in general, it is technically illegal to sell it without titling it, but you can get a title by paying $3.50 to the DMV for an "out-of-state Vin inspection" (even if it is in state), then take this piece if paper to the title office, and signing a sworn affidavit stating that you have owned it since before the 1999 off road titling laws took effect. Then they simply just issue you a title. What type of process is there in Pennsylvania for this? Google searching, you can find all sorts of info on the Ohio procedures, but I can find nothing clear on the Pennsylvania laws, rules, processes. Advice? Thanks!