Vermont Plates

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  • mtnhoss

Posted September 10, 2001 - 10:58 AM


Has anyone registered thier XR600 in Vermont? I have heard rumor that you can do this, but never got the specifics; ie VIN verification, cost, etc. Thanks.

  • pw455

Posted September 12, 2001 - 05:16 AM


The XR's are green sticker bikes, which means you can register them in CA without going through Vermont. If you had a red-sticker bike you might be able to get a plate through Vermont and transfer it to CA, but I've heard of that not working in some cases. Here's a link to which bikes are green-sticker: http://www.ama-d36.o...xplanation.html

Go to http://www.bajadesig...t2/ for dual-sport kits and for DMV information.

Hope this helps,

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  • Matt96xr6

Posted September 14, 2001 - 06:40 AM


The other thing that you do is if they ask you what the bike is after the DSK installed, tell them it is a XL600. My insurance company did not have a xr600, but did have an xl so I said "XL it is". Simple enough. Did the same at the DMV in oregon here, but the guy asked me 4 times how many wheels it had.

But another thought if they shaft you that way, get a XL600 frame with title and then either swap the vin plates or frames and go get your liscence plate. I see this as being more common as the XR/XL share the same frames, same with the DRZ and S versions.

  • Trick_Dual_Sport

Posted September 15, 2001 - 01:33 PM


most of the xr 600 can go to the CA DMV and do not deal with vermont

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