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I was reading the past post about titles for 4 wheelers. It was said that you just get a registration card now. What happens if you buy a used one? What do you get to prove it's yours from the previous owner?

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when i got a used one i took the reg card to the dnr

and they sent me my reg card. doesnt sound like a good

secure way to do things.. but that was 3 years ago.

randy

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ATV have a serial # and that's what they need to register it, you should have a signed Bill Of Sale stating model, serial, etc. Even if you don't have a copy of registration, just read the numbers from machine.

I sold many without any paperwork, and never had a problem, but you could check with your law enforcement giving serial # of machine.

I would trust a sale from a seller's home, if you exchange the deal in a WalMart parking lot from a guy in a van ....well it might be suspicious blush.gif

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Thanks for the information

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