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Street legal kdx. Whaddya gotta do?

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I've been wanting a dual sport bike for a while but I love two strokes. So my question is what do I have to do to make a kdx street legal? Obviously signals lights and dot tires but does it need to be titled from the factory as a road bike or can that be switched? Can they even be street legal? Any help would be great. I'm from good Ol Illinois btw.

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You can get any bike registered thru the state of Vermont and be able to ride it on the street. They do not title bikes under ~300cc's so you won't get a title unless you get the VT registration then transfer it to your state immediately.

 

No you do not have to be a state resident. Just go to the VT DMV website, print out the necessary forms, fill them out, calculate tax, send in paperwork and a check for the tax/registration amounts, and in 2 weeks you should receive a registration, followed by a license plate a few days after that.

 

I just kept my bike registered in VT because I had already paid the reg and tax for year, plus you do not have to get yearly inspections in Vermont!

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You can get any bike registered thru the state of Vermont and be able to ride it on the street. They do not title bikes under ~300cc's so you won't get a title unless you get the VT registration then transfer it to your state immediately.

No you do not have to be a state resident. Just go to the VT DMV website, print out the necessary forms, fill them out, calculate tax, send in paperwork and a check for the tax/registration amounts, and in 2 weeks you should receive a registration, followed by a license plate a few days after that.

I just kept my bike registered in VT because I had already paid the reg and tax for year, plus you do not have to get yearly inspections in Vermont!

That's crazy haha I'll look into that.

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Don't look into it! Just do it! If the bike is pretty old, you only have to fill out 1 paper and not the odometer disclosure.

 

Trust me, I have done this personally within the last 6 months.


I could register my KX250 if I wanted to.

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