California title/reg/stickers?????

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  • Stew

Posted January 04, 2002 - 11:47 AM


Hey fellow dudes
My bud is thinking of buying a Bike from Canada
(it is way cheaper). has anybody out there bought a Canadian bike and brought it back to California?? How difficult was it to get the stickers/reg/title for the bike when you presented the Canadian paperwork.
The bike will come with a NVIS (Canadian equiv of the MSO) or a registration from a Canadian province and the US Customs immediate entry invoice to show the bike legally entered the US.
Along with a bill of sale you would think that this would be sufficient???
Anybody with experience or knows someone I can talk to about this, your help would be greatly appreciated.

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  • kev426

Posted January 05, 2002 - 09:54 AM


you should try this ? on the wr side. i know there is a few guys in ca with canuk bikes.

  • PK

Posted January 06, 2002 - 06:20 PM


Better yet, go on the CR450 site. Seems alot of guys are buying their bikes in Canada and bringing em back to the states. A bill of sale and certificate of origin should suffice, leave the Canadian stuff out and he may just get a green sticker.


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