ITS, Anyone used this lately?

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Re: ITS, Anyone used this lately?

Postby shane » Fri Jun 24, 2011 10:10 am

Yeah. I don't need to notarize it since I claimed the NADA book value when I registered it in Vermont. My brother's wife is a notary in WV, but I won't ask them to do anything shady and risk her license.
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Postby sadsack » Fri Jun 24, 2011 12:21 pm

Jenn Coleman just posted this on my FB page. ITS are fucktards. i'm sure they weren't always so, but they sure are now! I'm prolly going to try to get my bank to step in and see if i can get my $265 back... my sorrow knows no bounds.

http://www.bbb.org/southern-nevada/business-reviews/title-companies-and-agents/international-title-service-in-las-vegas-nv-48090

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Re: ITS, Anyone used this lately?

Postby shane » Fri Jun 24, 2011 5:58 pm

It works!

Got the tags today.

Weird thing is, I only got a registration that was temporary? I guess they mail the stickers later?
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Re: ITS, Anyone used this lately?

Postby Mikeh » Fri Jun 24, 2011 6:08 pm

yes you will get a plate with stickers soon.

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Re: ITS, Anyone used this lately?

Postby shane » Fri Jun 24, 2011 6:25 pm

Mike,

The plate already came. Just waiting on a full registration now.
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Re: ITS, Anyone used this lately?

Postby shane » Thu Jun 30, 2011 7:25 pm

OK guys...

Here is the low-down on what I did and what happened. I have not visited the Maryland MVA yet, so bear that in mind.

1. Get yourself a bill of sale that states:

A. Owner Name and full street address.
B. Seller Name and full street address.
C. Sale price of the bike. I suggest using at least the lowest trade-in value in the NADA guide(s).

2. Fill out Vermont DMV form 119. Read the form carefully as there are some weird boxes all over the form.

3. Mail the forms to the Montpelier office with your fees. 41$ for a motorcycle plus 6% of the sale price of the bike.

4. Tag showed up in about a week. They came with a temporary registration in my case.

5. 15 days after mailing the original paperwork (today), I got a full registration in the mail with a sticker and the registration card.
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Re: ITS, Anyone used this lately?

Postby Mikeh » Thu Jul 07, 2011 7:59 am

Yup,
I got my vermont registration with sticker in the mail on Tuesday. I suppose it will be a few days until the plate shows up.

I will have to plan a trip to the MVA next week.

this was WAY easier than waiting 3 months for ITS.

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Re: ITS, Anyone used this lately?

Postby shane » Thu Jul 07, 2011 8:16 am

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Dear MVA Customer,

Thank you for your recent email inquiry. The answer to your question is as
follows.

If the motorcycle is already registered in your name in Vermont, a bill of
sale is not required. If it were registered in another individual's name, a
bill of sale showing it being sold to you would be required.

If the motorcycle is over seven model years and already registered in your
name, we will assess a value of $640 and your 6% excise tax will be $38.40.

We hope this information will assist you.

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Greetings!

I recently purchased a vintage small displacement motorcycle in Vermont that
is registered to me in Vermont. Vermont does not issue titles for vehicles
over 15 years old.

I have a current Vermont registration and would like to title and register
the motorcycle in Maryland as soon as possible.

Vermont kept the original Bill of Sale when the vehicle was transferred to
me there. Since I already have proof of ownership via the registration, is
the bill of sale still required to transfer the vehicle to a Maryland
title/registration?

I understand the bill of sale is used simply to establish sale price and not
ownership (which the registration does provide).

Best regards,
XXXXXXXXX
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Re: ITS, Anyone used this lately?

Postby Zeets » Thu Jul 07, 2011 10:24 am

shane wrote:OK guys...

Here is the low-down on what I did and what happened. I have not visited the Maryland MVA yet, so bear that in mind.

1. Get yourself a bill of sale that states:

A. Owner Name and full street address.
B. Seller Name and full street address.
C. Sale price of the bike. I suggest using at least the lowest trade-in value in the NADA guide(s).

2. Fill out Vermont DMV form 119. Read the form carefully as there are some weird boxes all over the form.

3. Mail the forms to the Montpelier office with your fees. 41$ for a motorcycle plus 6% of the sale price of the bike.

4. Tag showed up in about a week. They came with a temporary registration in my case.

5. 15 days after mailing the original paperwork (today), I got a full registration in the mail with a sticker and the registration card.


So who's address did you use? How are you getting a Vermont registration without being a Vermont resident?
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Re: ITS, Anyone used this lately?

Postby Mikeh » Thu Jul 07, 2011 11:10 am

So who's address did you use? How are you getting a Vermont registration without being a Vermont resident?


You just use your Maryland address. You do not need a vermont address. Vermont DMV and Maryland MVA do not care.

It takes about 2 or three weeks and your done.

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Re: ITS, Anyone used this lately?

Postby Zeets » Thu Jul 07, 2011 11:16 am

Genius.
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Re: ITS, Anyone used this lately?

Postby shane » Fri Jul 08, 2011 4:59 pm

Yep. :p
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Re: ITS, Anyone used this lately?

Postby Mikeh » Wed Jul 13, 2011 1:41 pm

maryland sucks donkey balls

they just raised the title fee from $50 to $100.

What a crock of crap.

I guess i'll just keep my Vermont tag and rock it vermont style.

I know it's MD law that you need to register your vehicles here within 30 days of being here. But I'll take the chance of getting caught and if caught I thing the ticket would be a warning anyways or the fee would be less then $100. So forget it MD.

So now instead of getting SOME of my money, Maryland has rasied thier fees and they will be getting NONE of my money.

Way to go Maryland. I'm sure I'm not the only one that will think along these lines. Get ready to see many out of state plates in our fair state.

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Re: ITS, Anyone used this lately?

Postby imjuanpablo » Wed Jul 13, 2011 2:03 pm

Mikeh wrote:maryland sucks donkey balls

they just raised the title fee from $50 to $100.



Wow, that is high.......hell, $50 is high....I think it's only like $25 or so in VA............not sure.......it's been awhile....guess I can go look it up.

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Only $10 in VA........cheap cheap cheap!
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Re: ITS, Anyone used this lately?

Postby dirtyhandslopez » Wed Jul 13, 2011 2:37 pm

imjuanpablo wrote:
Mikeh wrote:maryland sucks donkey balls

they just raised the title fee from $50 to $100.



Wow, that is high.......hell, $50 is high....I think it's only like $25 or so in VA............not sure.......it's been awhile....guess I can go look it up.

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Only $10 in VA........cheap cheap cheap!


Yes indeedee. They want vehicles on the road, generates more revenue in the long run...
That's not going anywhere


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