If one is titled in VA can you title it in NC ?Listen to Skully, he knows what he's talking about. I have two friends with plated 560's (lucky SOB's :lol. For short all out passes close to home, nothing else even comes close. But, they both have other bikes for longer rides as our normal day is 200 miles, and for when the 560's need TLC. It IS a no holds barred race bike, and requires the maintenance of one. I'd LOVE to have one for a second bike, but you can't plate one in NC anymore.
If its plated from another state,then you can get it plated in NC. But,if the title says "off road only" you will never get it plated in NC. I have heard recently that tags have been issued to questionable bikes,only to be taken away after state reviews title. NC takes the title to issue a new one in owners name. The state also reviews the title only to find out bike is not able to be registered and pulls the tag.If one is titled in VA can you title it in NC ?
KTM's generally come with an "MC" title, with no distinction between road and offroad use. If it has a title like this, get the bike ready for an inspection, get the inspection before you go to DMV to get the VIN in the database, then go in to get your plate. Done this 4 times so far, with no question of what type of bike it was. One of them was a 2 stroke. If it has a non-offroad branded title, you are golden. :thumbup:If one is titled in VA can you title it in NC ?