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Transfering ownership of a 4 wheeler

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I bought a 4 wheeler new and now I want to transfer the "title". What are you supposed to have? I don't have anything from the state of MN, just a "Certificate of Origin for a Vehicle" from Yamaha. Thanks for any help.

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There isn't one. The only thing you transfer is license, and that you just give them and they change it to your name when you renew. I thought it was pretty bad also when I sold a wheeler for my mom and called the DMV because we could not find the title. The lady said they are not titled.

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Thanks for the reply, I also called the dealership, it's laughable how simple this is, anyone could walk into the dmv and say "yea I bought this please put it in my name." It turns out snowmobiles are the same way.

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