plates for '06 BRP in Ca.

just got my new xr dual sport, dual plated in Ca. not hard at all. lotta guys out there tryin to help us newbies but some giving bad info or their opinions stated as fact. step 1, join tt get 10% of purchase of baja designs quick kit, everything you need, and the bubble sig lights on fender pass, plus very nice mounting, add a mirror, go to CHP ask for form 888, read it, (states what bike must have to comply,) ask chp for list of offical light/brake insp. stations while there, take $65 and pass light/brake insp, take light certificate, form 888 and the original title (arrange for finance co to send if not in hand,) to DMV ( must have orig. title,) and $95, you sign a compliance form, they inspect bike for vin#s, sign some more paper and you got it. I did the dual reg. ohv and off, for green sticker purposes, extra $20, but your covered in land management areas, highway vehicles must pay a user fee. Step 2, uncork if you havnt allready, then jump on, and try not to float the front wheel too much! listening to all the gossip (even my dealer said it couldnt be done anymore) almost had me buyin an L. good luck, Allan

Some people out there are fortunate to live next to DMV's that either don't fully understand the rules or are lax about checking them. Unfortunately, at least down here in San Diego, they'll lock you down at the door before you even have a chance to see anyone. Heck, I went in to the DMV because of an error with how they street registered my bike back before the ban was enacted, and the woman tried to take my plate then and there saying the bike was improperly registered, not realizing that it was done during the grace period.

Bottom line is, if you get your bike through, you are fortunate. But it is good to hear that some people are getting bikes through, as there are a lot of DMV's in the state to hit up if others aren't receptive. :thumbsup:

just got my new xr dual sport, dual plated in Ca. not hard at all. lotta guys out there tryin to help us newbies but some giving bad info or their opinions stated as fact. step 1, join tt get 10% of purchase of baja designs quick kit, everything you need, and the bubble sig lights on fender pass, plus very nice mounting, add a mirror, go to CHP ask for form 888, read it, (states what bike must have to comply,) ask chp for list of offical light/brake insp. stations while there, take $65 and pass light/brake insp, take light certificate, form 888 and the original title (arrange for finance co to send if not in hand,) to DMV ( must have orig. title,) and $95, you sign a compliance form, they inspect bike for vin#s, sign some more paper and you got it. I did the dual reg. ohv and off, for green sticker purposes, extra $20, but your covered in land management areas, highway vehicles must pay a user fee. Step 2, uncork if you havnt allready, then jump on, and try not to float the front wheel too much! listening to all the gossip (even my dealer said it couldnt be done anymore) almost had me buyin an L. good luck, Allan

What city do you live in and what DMV did you go to?

Thanks

What city do you live in and what DMV did you go to?

Thanks

Don't go to temecula, ca. My friend just got turned down after the vin check.

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