run the vin number first,make sure it aint stolen or has a loan up against it in which a bank has possesion of the title,if its ok,go file for the lost title at your dmv with a letter from the last registered owner.........its a no brainer,takes a little foot work,then you're totally legal..
I know it's not stolen or anything, I got a title for it when I got the bike a few years ago but I didn't realize the guy signed his name in the wrong spot until I was home 3 hours away. Well I didn't think much about it until I just moved and lost the title. So I have a bike with no title and I don't have any contact info on the guy I got it from
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