How to get a motorcycle title
We’ve already covered this topic in a previous post for small cc enduros: Get a title with a Vermont Registration. However, for larger cc motorcycles that fit the below requirements there is an additional form that you have to submit:
1. Titleable motorcycles 300 cc’s or more last registered in another state are required to have a VIN verification from the Vermont personnel listed above.
2. All used motorcycles 500 cc’s or more being registered/titled in Vermont for the first time, regardless of model year are required to have a VIN verification from the Vermont personnel listed above.
Here are the steps to getting a Vermont plate and registration for a motorcycle. I’m sharing this info with the hope that it’ll help keep another old motorcycle on the road.
Here’s how I registered my KZ750:
1. Bill of Sale
2. Vermont Registration Form VD119
3. VIN Verification
1. Make a Bill of Sale to show proof a sale. This can be between any parties and does not need to be notarized.
2. Fill out VT Form VD119. I originally submitted my form without the VIN Verification and it was mailed back to me with the red markups.
- Motorcycle fee is $48
- Tax is 6% of the NADA good value.
- Write check for total amount payable to: Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles
5. Mail everything to:
- Vermont DMV
- 120 State ST
- Montpelier VT 05603
Turn around is 2-3 weeks and what you get back are VT plates and registration. You can then use that registration paperwork to apply for a PA title and registration.
If this has helped you out we could use your help to keep the COTT website going. Thanks in advance!
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Published - Jul 20, 2011
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