Getting a dirt bike in your name

adamktm

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My mate has just sold his KTM 200 that was financed. He has settled the finance and now wants to put it in his name so the new owner can do the transfer into his name.

They have told him he needs a bloody roadworthy????? What the actual fuck :icon_e_surprised:

How do you get a roadworthy for a non road going vehicle?
 

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Scrap that, the guy behind the computer was confused. It is in his name, he just can't have a license disc :icon_lol:
 

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My mate has just sold his KTM 200 that was financed. He has settled the finance and now wants to put it in his name so the new owner can do the transfer into his name.

They have told him he needs a bloody roadworthy????? What the actual fuck :icon_e_surprised:

How do you get a roadworthy for a non road going vehicle?
they must just tell them its a non roadworthy vehicle , and therefore it does not need a roadworthy
 

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Scrap that, the guy behind the computer was confused. It is in his name, he just can't have a license disc :icon_lol:
If it is incurring yearly license fees, this can be removed, but you need to take the bike in to show them that its not road going.
 

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Thanks Dean, as stated above he only wanted in it's name and the guy got confused.
 
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