Once again, keep the questions coming so we can get this thread dialed in. Also, please please post up success stories and anything that you feel is helpful information for the future! :thumbup:
10-4 I'll give them a call on Mon and see. Still not that big of a deal for $100+50ish. Hell I paid $230ish for just my tag and title not including the bonded title for the exc... Damn 6% tax for used vehicles! I won't even get started.:damn::damn::damn::damn:I don't know for a fact, but making an educated assumption I would have to say yes. Otherwise it could be a stolen bike that you are trying to clean and get put into your name. On something like that I would suggest you cal S. Dakota directly and figure out what they require. If you do post up what they tell you so anyone else in your situation can get the info.
Very awesome info.! Thanks mlawler!success story. got my plate and tittle for klx450. make sure to use your home address even though registering in sd. states only require that your bike is registered to you at your home address so that you don;t have to pay extra property taxes. so don't try and make a fake sd address. just use your address and your local police can't do anything to you. you are licensed and registered to your home address just through a different state. as long as the registration matches your dl
10-4 I'll give them a call on Mon and see. Still not that big of a deal for $100+50ish. Hell I paid $230ish for just my tag and title not including the bonded title for the exc... Damn 6% tax for used vehicles! I won't even get started.:damn::damn::damn::damn:
I may try this as well for my track bike just for the hell of it. Might make it worth more when I try to sell it. I know in ny if you buy and atv/sled/ bike with no title you can just take the bill of sale and a pencil tracing of the vin to the dmv and they will register it as an off road vehicle. Maybe south dakota does the same just for motorcycles? If not I will just do the ny thing first then send that to south dakotaHpark, did you ever call them up? I have a bill of sale but no title and I was wondering the same thing. I'll give them a call a little later today if you haven't.
That has me a little worried. My plate even starts off with MX.So now that it is confirmed that you can register a bike in SD the true test is to see how easy it is to transfer the registration to the state you live in. We all know that you can ride around with a SD tag but eventually the law will get you for not have it registered in the state you reside in.