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Hi everyone

Later this year my fiancé and I are off on a 6 month adventure to new Zealand and USA.

We are from UK and my brother lives in Idaho. While we are staying with him i'd like to go off for about two weeks exploring the forest tracks etc on a motorbike (I have a license) and her on a quadbike.

I think the cheapest way is for me (my brother) to buy them and then sell them when we're done.

I was wondering how to go about this, whether the bikes need to be registered, what roads can we drive on etc.

Also will I be able to sell the motorbike later in Los Angeles without my brother being present?

Thanks for any replies

the hassle doesn't bother me, as long as its cheaper.

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