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Dominic Delmatto

Title vs. bill of sale

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I live in ohio and I’m not sure if you can get a title with a bill of sale from a private party? Seen a couple quads I like but they didn’t have a title and turned a way from them because of that. Anyone know?

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Do you really need a title to ride where you want to ride? Here in NJ all you need is a bill of sale or statement of origin if the seller still has it. This is also true for Pennsylvania.

I register mine with the PA DCNR. There want either of those documents plus a picture of the Vin number on the machine if you don't have the statement of origin as they run a vin check to make sure it's not reported stolen.

They reason why I register in PA is because that's where I ride and I'd rather give them the money where they have public trails and do maintenance on them. I could register in NJ but all they do is take your money and there's really no legal place to ride!

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NJ and lower NY are tough for riding, I've gone further north into NY to ride. You can find trails here though, through power lines and wooded areas but more than likely you end up on someone's land. If the quad is registered, you'll get a fine and take it home. But if it's not registered and you get caught, it gets impounded. I keep my grizzly registered with NY plates and insured through allstate.

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On 8/12/2018 at 8:35 AM, Ajmboy said:

NJ and lower NY are tough for riding, I've gone further north into NY to ride. You can find trails here though, through power lines and wooded areas but more than likely you end up on someone's land. If the quad is registered, you'll get a fine and take it home. But if it's not registered and you get caught, it gets impounded. I keep my grizzly registered with NY plates and insured through allstate.

Tug Hill - Lewis County?

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Some states require a title and some do not title offroad vehicles.  In those states Bill of Sale is all you need. 

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good in formation I will have to check how it is in Idaho, just got 2 for free that I am in the process of rebuild

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In Georgia we only do a bill of sale. But that's mainly just to prove you didn't steal it, no paperwork is ever checked down here.

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If you can get a title, its always smart. I bought a 1985 gold Wing in GA and then gave it away in Florida as I had no title.... I also had a Jeep when I moved from there, and gave it away in Ohio as I had no title... 

  I've learned since then...California will title it if you move from a state that doesn't title them and you can prove ownership... So..check with your DMV, each and every time.

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