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Eurobikenyc's guide on how to register a moped in NYC. <br/>
 
 
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Eurobikenyc's guide on how to register a moped in NYC.  
 
 
 
 
 
Someone fix this layout i have no idea how to do it.
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
What you need:
 
What you need:
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*Forms: mv82, dtf802, mvf1b, and mv51
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*A bill of sale with notary stamp
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*A clear photo of vin on vin plate
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*A vin etching with pencil and paper
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*A drivers license
  
- Forms: mv82, dtf802, mvf1b, and mv51
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State that the moped has never been registered, if you state it has a lost title then they will try to go through the system and this will take months. Remember to decide what class moped you want to register it as. Class C which is most laid back is 20mph or under.
 
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Key points to stick to if questioned: Its a moped, 20mph or under if registering as Class C (make sure to stick to the number you have written), it has never been registered, it's a Class C moped and the notarized bill of sale is usually the deal maker.
-A bill of sale with notary stamp
 
 
 
-A clear photo of vin on vin plate
 
  
-A vin etching with pencil and paper
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This has worked for people who have used this technique but if you have a stubborn DMV clerk just try again the next day. Also using the reference that you have talked to the DMV technical sector and confirmed you have a Class C. Good luck. Distracting the clerks while they do your registration seems to help from what I am told.
 
 
-A drivers license
 
 
 
 
 
State that the moped has never been registered, if you state it has a lost title then they will try to go through the system and this will take months. Remember to decide what class moped you want to register it as. Class C which is most laid back is 20mph or under.
 
Key points to stick to if questioned: Its a moped, 20mph or under if registering as class c (make sure to stick to the number you have written), it has never been registered, its a class c moped and the notarized bill of sale is usually the deal maker.
 
  
This has worked for people who have used this technique but if you have a stubborn dmv clerk just try again the next day. Also using the reference that you have talked to the dmv technical sector and confirmed you have a class c. Good luck. Distracting the clerks while they do your registration seems to help from what I am told.
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Revision as of 18:32, 31 May 2012

Eurobikenyc's guide on how to register a moped in NYC.

What you need:

  • Forms: mv82, dtf802, mvf1b, and mv51
  • A bill of sale with notary stamp
  • A clear photo of vin on vin plate
  • A vin etching with pencil and paper
  • A drivers license

State that the moped has never been registered, if you state it has a lost title then they will try to go through the system and this will take months. Remember to decide what class moped you want to register it as. Class C which is most laid back is 20mph or under. Key points to stick to if questioned: Its a moped, 20mph or under if registering as Class C (make sure to stick to the number you have written), it has never been registered, it's a Class C moped and the notarized bill of sale is usually the deal maker.

This has worked for people who have used this technique but if you have a stubborn DMV clerk just try again the next day. Also using the reference that you have talked to the DMV technical sector and confirmed you have a Class C. Good luck. Distracting the clerks while they do your registration seems to help from what I am told.