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Old 04-30-2013, 9:59 PM
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Old 04-30-2013, 10:23 PM
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You could be cited for driving unregistered vehicle on a highway (VC4000) and your bike could be impounded pursuant to VC22651(o) if it is expired in excess of six months. Other VC violations could be levied if there are equipment violations, moving violations, etc.

You will either have to have a one day moving permit or the vehicle registered to get the bike out of impound (I'm fairly certain its not financed!). This is explained in VC221651(o). I think DMV demands registration, however, if they find out you were cited for VC4000 on a vehicle that was impounded. If so, lookup their schedule for late fees to determine that.
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Old 04-30-2013, 10:38 PM
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LIKE ABOVE, VERY TRUE. YOU MIGHT GET CITED FOR FOR 4000 (A)(1) CVC - EXPIRED REGISTRATION, 16028(A) CVC, NO PROOF OF INSURANCE, 12500 (A) CVC- DRIVING WITHOUT A VALID M2 CALIFORNIA DRIVERS LICENSE FOR A MOTORCYCLE. PLUS, PERHAPS CHANGE OF ADDRESS, AND OTHER OTHER THINGS DEPENDING IF IT'S REGISTERED TO YOU OR NOT. I WOULD GO TO THE THE DMV AND GET A 30 -DAY PERMIT TO GET EVERYTHING GOOD.
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Old 04-30-2013, 10:45 PM
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LIKE ABOVE, VERY TRUE. YOU MIGHT GET CITED FOR FOR 4000 (A)(1) CVC - EXPIRED REGISTRATION, 16028(A) CVC, NO PROOF OF INSURANCE, 12500 (A) CVC- DRIVING WITHOUT A VALID M2 CALIFORNIA DRIVERS LICENSE FOR A MOTORCYCLE. PLUS, PERHAPS CHANGE OF ADDRESS, AND OTHER OTHER THINGS DEPENDING IF IT'S REGISTERED TO YOU OR NOT. I WOULD GO TO THE THE DMV AND GET A 30 -DAY PERMIT TO GET EVERYTHING GOOD.
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Old 04-30-2013, 11:38 PM
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You can get a permit from the dmv to operate a non op vehicle on the roadway but it only works for a single day usually.
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You need to test ride it prior to registering it? Load it in the back of a truck, drive it out to a large parking lot for a shopping mall or other large venue, take it out, test ride a few small laps in the lot, reload in truck, take home or to DMV to register.
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You need to test ride it prior to registering it? Load it in the back of a truck, drive it out to a large parking lot for a shopping mall or other large venue, take it out, test ride a few small laps in the lot, reload in truck, take home or to DMV to register.
Not gonna fly - you need to find a PRIVATE place.
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Old 05-01-2013, 6:09 AM
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Get your 1 day moving permit. It's way cheaper and less hassle than getting ticketed for it and having it impounded. Then again, if you are just circling around your house, and not far from home, and you get lucky, most of the time you would be told to walk it home and park it. (sometimes we do have real crimes to go after)

As for VFR reference king, you found Samuel. Listen to the man. He is the Godfather of American VFR's.
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Old 05-01-2013, 6:19 AM
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Get your 1 day moving permit. It's way cheaper and less hassle than getting ticketed for it and having it impounded. Then again, if you are just circling around your house, and not far from home, and you get lucky, most of the time you would be told to walk it home and park it. (sometimes we do have real crimes to go after)

As for VFR reference king, you found Samuel. Listen to the man. He is the Godfather of American VFR's.
Lmao, only cause I'm not a big baller like you and didn't have anything as nice as yours!
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Old 05-01-2013, 6:37 AM
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Lmao, only cause I'm not a big baller like you and didn't have anything as nice as yours!
Yeah yeah... my freshly dropped Ninja was no match for your bike and neither was the FZR. Those were the days.
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Thanks a bunch for the info guys!

Already a member of VFR world.
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If it's rideable,it's time to register anyway. Just Do It

The interceptor was the bike to have in the early-mid 80s, my high school years.

I ended up with an 86 FZ 750.
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If it's rideable,it's time to register anyway. Just Do It

The interceptor was the bike to have in the early-mid 80s, my high school years.

I ended up with an 86 FZ 750.
Yeah can't afford the registration and insurance right now.

The bike is amazing! Purrs like a kitten but feels like driving a tank!
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I had the 89 Ninja 600R then a 91 FZR600R. Wasn't ready for the 750's yet.
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