Need info. on plating my WR in Michigan
Posted August 30, 2006 - 04:54 PM
Posted August 31, 2006 - 05:43 AM
Get insurance. I got mine from markel american insurance company for about $150/year,- http://www.bike-line.com/
Call the dealer that you got the street legal kit and ask if they have a police officer that can sign off on the form. Most dealers have a relationship with one or more local officers. Be sure to have a "tip" for the officer who is signing the form for you. Usually $20-50. I paid $20. The dealer will probably tell you how much to tip. Human nature being what it is, you could bet that the more you tip, the smoother your inspection will go.
If you want to have all your bases covered, make sure you have DOT approved tires on your bike. I didn't, but I promised that I would be putting them on soon.
Take your inspection form and proof of insurance to the secretary of state. If I remember correctly, it was about $70 for plates and fees.
Thats it. If your lucky, when your all done you'll end up with this-
Posted August 31, 2006 - 09:10 AM
As far as the endorsement... I know that the skill test needs to be done, I can tseem to get in until Nov. Do you know where I can go and how much? I Live in Sterling Heights.
Lastly, I am looing for trails to ride from the Sanford/Wixom Lake area in HOPE, MI upward to Mackinaw. Im looking for a town to town thing on trails though. Let me know.
Hey, is that an oversized tank? or just clear? I want a larger tank. I cut my gray wire, put the YZ throttle screw in and put the Pro Moto Billet exhaust insert on. What a diffrence! I love the bike.
Posted August 31, 2006 - 10:20 AM
If your going to be doing a bunch of trail riding you might want to get a GPS. It's my favorite add on to my bike. You can make your own routes. You can get from anywhere to anywhere in MI and you never get lost. You can take dirt roads, orv, or 2 tracks since your street legal. I do a little of all of them and have been riding around Grayling. You can also get ORV trail routes from the SOS.
The gas tank is an IMS 3.1 gallon. I would have preferred something in the 5 gallon range but this is all they had when I was looking for a bigger tank.
Posted August 31, 2006 - 11:18 AM
Posted September 01, 2006 - 04:22 AM