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Old 01-17-2008, 06:24 AM
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I have done what you intend to do for years.
The hardest part is the times when you’re drinking and riding. For some reason I feel safer on a registered bike with turn signals mirrors etc.
Anyway…What usually happens when the cops pull me over for speeding or whatever is this.
He asks why when he runs the plate it comes up as a Harley when the bike clearly is not. I just tell him I have many bikes and the wife must have put the wrong plate on this one when we were getting them all registered/renewed. The cop then explains that 99.9% of the time when they have a vehicle with the wrong plates then IT’S STOLEN. They get a bonner and all excited because they think at first they made some big bust. When I pull out all of the MSO’s and paperwork and show that the bike is mine they have always just let me go and tell me to get the right plate on the bike and have a good day. They write me a speeding ticket or helmet ticket and are satisfied with that and never go through the trouble of impounding the bike. Around here the cops aren’t that bad though. The biggest thing is to be cool and act like it was an honest mistake. As soon as you start playing games like this is a registered bike but I just replaced everything and tell him he can’t do shit about it…if you get an attitude at all with them THAT’S when things go bad. It’s not what you do but how you do it…good luck

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Old 01-17-2008, 06:32 AM
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I have also gone down to the state office and picked up a temporary VIN nuber that makes the bike legal until they are able to come out and put the vin number on the bike. That is legel and if the cops pull you over you just show them the paperwork and off you go. The inspecter says my bike is illegel and I can't prove that all the parts are mine so they won't stamp a vin number on the bike but the S. of S. Does not decide what is legel and what is stolen and will just give a temperary VIN and paper plate. You can really ride without any trouble that way but it costs $30.00 for a 30 day permit.
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Old 01-17-2008, 08:28 AM
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