Wisconsin dirt bike title/registration thread

Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by Bonebag, Apr 1, 2011.

  1. freeflow

    freeflow get in or go in

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    because this bike normally resides at property in Michigan ? :dunno

    I had WI plated bikes in AZ for years that my AZ friends would ride out there...got pulled over on it enough too...:lol3
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  2. mnielsen5

    mnielsen5 Been here awhile

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    Yeah, I'll just tell the cop that my vacation mansion is in MI and I usually keep it there :lol3
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  3. alpiv

    alpiv Sr. nOOb

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    Cannonshot,
    Thanks.....
    I will let you know, since DIRT is now an arm of ABATE of Indiana, our lobbyists are now aware of this issue and are taking steps to obtain a clear understanding of Indiana's registration legislation to ensure this type of thing does not happen here or we are aware of it.

    Best of luck.

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  4. seriousracer

    seriousracer be a man dodge tree bark

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    Really? Had not read anything of them going to start the process. are you sure you will not wake up a sleeping giant?
    It is flying under the radar right now. Don't put it up on the radar.
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  5. OU812

    OU812 Legend in my own Mind! Supporter

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    Fukin NAZI'S....
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  6. Bonebag

    Bonebag ADDvrider

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  7. freeflow

    freeflow get in or go in

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    diplomatic immunity?
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  8. Woodsrat

    Woodsrat Gone ridin'

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    That's my fear. If the state's attorneys get wind of this they'll notify the BMV--and the ability to plate my Pampera will be history. If the issue is brought to light the reality is the State of Indiana will be obligated to follow the Federal law regarding this issue. So far we've been really lucky.
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  9. bobbo

    bobbo Adventurer

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    I don't know if anyone is still watching this but I just got a crf450r through wisconsin and haven't had any problems yet I've had it plated and titled for a month in wisconsin , though I wish I would have found this and went the mi route before I spent the money here
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  10. freeflow

    freeflow get in or go in

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    that's good news.....may be they saw this thread? :lol3 :dunno
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  11. buls4evr

    buls4evr No Marks....

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    You guys going to MI for your plates will probably be screwing up the works for the Michigan riders next. Thanks a lot:eek1. Glad mine can be legally plated there. MI is probably smart enough to just take your money though as we realize every dime counts here. And please, just keep coming to MI and buying those ORV stickers from us. We appreciate the revenue.
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  12. Cannonshot

    Cannonshot Having a Nice Time Administrator Super Moderator

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    Nice attitude, Ambassador. :rolleyes
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  13. vwboomer

    vwboomer Buffoon

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    It's not going to 'screw up' anything. The bikes are STREET LEGAL. My bike is legally plated in MI. What's the difference from yours? A little sticker on the frame? :csm
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  14. kckeeny

    kckeeny Poor Bastard

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    It is a sweet little sticker that gets you what you need.

    [​IMG]
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  15. seriousracer

    seriousracer be a man dodge tree bark

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    i am not f***ng stupid,but i used too. niles mi.
    a LITTLE sticker issued by the government... kind of a big deal... Yah know?
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  16. vwboomer

    vwboomer Buffoon

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    It's not like anyone is pulling the wool over MI's eyes. You can take a bike to the Secretary of State, have it inspected by the state patrol, and if it meets all DOT requirements, get a title and plate. Where's the problem? :dunno
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  17. CharlieT

    CharlieT old school

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    Come on now, you should know its not a big deal in MI to have that little OEM sticker on the frame to get a bike street-legal and licensed.

    This is our CRF200R we built. It is titled and licensed and insured and plated in Michigan. And it don't got one of them Fed stickers on the frame!:deal

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  18. seriousracer

    seriousracer be a man dodge tree bark

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    i am not f***ng stupid,but i used too. niles mi.
    Until they decide they have to meet Federal emissions/noise to be street legal.
    That is all i am saying.
    Michigan is a long way off.
    Indiana is not.
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  19. vwboomer

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    I understand what you're getting at, and I'm sure you realize just how ridiculous it is that states say it must have that EPA sticker to get a plate when your typical Harley rider ditches that legal exhaust for open pipes the minute he gets the bike home.
    Personally I'm all for a 96db limit or lower at 92. I wish it was enforced both on and offroad for cars and bikes both.
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  20. OU812

    OU812 Legend in my own Mind! Supporter

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    Just my opinion.....:wink:
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