Re: Anyway to tell if my moped is "hot"

Robert Rosselit /
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In Michigan they run the VIN but on most of my stuff the VINs are so old they are no longer on file. The problem arises if it does come up stolen, you end "Receiving stolen goods" at the very least you will lose the bike and this seems to be most common, In Michigan you could do time for it but it doesn't mean they will press charges, it's just important to know the risk involved. The important key is to get a complete and signed Bill Of Sale with dates, addresses, and price so that if it comes up "hot" you get to unload the responsibility on someone else. It's also a good sign when they are willing to write one.

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