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help - 1998 Honda Four Trax - Title?


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i know that my state (indiana ) required titles on atvs and dirtbikes from 1996 to current .. most new machines sold come with a certificate of origin and then you the buyer had to send the papers off t get the title ... alot of buyers didnt do that after they got there machines unless they had a loan on them then the bank or loan company required them to do so... in indiana you can get the atv registered with a bill of sale .. then you can file for a title for it and it costs about $50.00 to get it ..

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