Dirt bike titles serve as a legal document proving the rider’s legal ownership. They are not very popular in the sale of dirt motorcycles, particularly in the selling of older models, but possessing a title may be quite beneficial in some situations. A dirt bike is typically sold without the transfer of ownership, however state laws may alter to demand it during certain transactions.
What is the bike title?
The Bike Title serves as a means of identifying the person who owns your bicycle. Before you go out and buy a bike, you should try to locate the serial number of the bike you now own. You must produce these documents along with the Certificate of Title and the completed registration in order to be able to show your ownership of the motorcycle.
How to tell if a dirt bike title is bogus?
This is a red flag indicating the title is most likely fabricated and should be ignored. Occasionally, you may be able to learn more about the dirt bike’s history by requesting the seller to provide you with a copy of the title report. If the seller refuses to provide you with the report, it is most likely time to hunt for another seller for your dirt bike.