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Question about titling a less than 5 years old bike in VA - September 1, 2016, 01:21 PM

Recently picked up a VA titled bike and it's less than 5 years old and below the blue book.

Question is, in order for me to title and register with VA DMV do I need to have:

1- Should I take http://www.dmv.state.va.us/webdoc/pdf/sut1a.pdf with me?

2-Or this one could work too? https://www.dmv.virginia.gov/webdoc/pdf/sut1.pdf

I think, '1' since vehicle is less than 5 years old. If so, do I need to have 1 notarized too?

Thanks for all the help everyone.


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Recently picked up a VA titled bike and it's less than 5 years old and below the blue book.

Question is, in order for me to title and register with VA DMV do I need to have:

1- Should I take http://www.dmv.state.va.us/webdoc/pdf/sut1a.pdf with me?

2-Or this one could work too? https://www.dmv.virginia.gov/webdoc/pdf/sut1.pdf

I think, '1' since vehicle is less than 5 years old. If so, do I need to have 1 notarized too?

Thanks for all the help everyone.
In my most recent experience, I bought a used 2010 bike in 2014 and used form SUT1 without issue. They generally don't give the BoS forms a second look.


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Someone might chime in with a more helpful thought, but in my experience they've gotten me good a few times with this: Like i literally paid $2,800 for a bike that was 6-7 years old and they made me pay tax on ($4,000) the Blue Book value even with a sign bill of sale.

Maybe I missed something, but i wasn't amused.


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Someone might chime in with a more helpful thought, but in my experience they've gotten me good a few times with this: Like i literally paid $2,800 for a bike that was 6-7 years old and they made me pay tax on ($4,000) the Blue Book value even with a sign bill of sale.

Maybe I missed something, but i wasn't amused.
Never happened to me (though it should have several times). This may dependent on location. I always go to the Fair Oaks DMV. Never a hassle about anything.


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Fair Oaks DMV. Never a hassle about anything.
Fair Oaks DMV can be awesome. Weekday afternoons it is empty, so you get through quickly.

Don't go there on a Saturday unless you show up before it opens or you find joy in standing in line.


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When titling my Panigale at the woodbridge DMV they said that the BOS had to be notarized otherwise I had to pay XXX value. I just paid the higher amount as I purchased the bike from out of state and wanted to ride.
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In my most recent experience, I bought a used 2010 bike in 2014 and used form SUT1 without issue. They generally don't give the BoS forms a second look.
Thank you. Was your purchased price below KBB and was it notarized?


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When titling my Panigale at the woodbridge DMV they said that the BOS had to be notarized otherwise I had to pay XXX value. I just paid the higher amount as I purchased the bike from out of state and wanted to ride.
So if I am understanding it right, SUT1 has to be notarized if purchased price is below kbb, else they'll charge tax on the KBB value, correct?

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Thank you. Was your purchased price below KBB and was it notarized?
It was WAYYY below KBB. Value of the bike right now is more than $6K. I paid ~$3,000. No it was not notarized. To add insult to injury I may or may not have put $1,100 on the form...


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Thanks everyone, this is my first time of buying anything less than 5 years old and notarized BOS is the way to go.


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