Ha, Georgia is probably the state with the least care when it comes to titles.
They're the least care when it comes to a lot of things.
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Id ride it on the road without papers if you can get it insured somehow
And a registration/licence plate would come from...?
You wouldnt have a legit one. I would take one off something else. Where im at cops dont really mess with bikes. Theres even a no chase law, cops arent supposed to chase bikes unless a felonies been committed. Of course, with no insurance if you wreck youre screwed...
I only say this from the perspective of someone with one bike and no title. I know the way i am i wouldnt be able to stay off it
You wouldnt have a legit one. I would take one off something else.
You are kidding, right?
I'd never advocate nor encourage riding under such circumstances. In any sort of traffic incident, you are immediately vulnerable, in a legal sense.
A step further, if your insurance co was involved in a liability sense, would they nullify coverage in light of your non-legal operation? Likely such "fine print" already exists within the policy requiring the insured bike meeting all registration legalities and requirements.
Another hypothetical...in a traffic court scenario, an opposing attorney would shred you to pieces.
I'd suggest to consider, think long and hard on ramifications involved.
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