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What documents do I need when buying a used motorcycle?
Here is the list of all the important documents that you need to check before purchasing a used motorcycle:
- RC(Registration Certificate) book.
- Two wheeler insurance policy.
- Forms 28, 29, and 30.
- PUC certificate.
- Road tax certificate.
- Address proof and passport size photos.
- Sales receipt of two-wheeler.
How do you buy a pre owned motorcycle?
Inspection Checklist for Buying a Used Motorcycle
- Overall Appearance. A clean bike is usually a happy bike. …
- Exhaust. Let’s check out the exhaust first. …
- Frame. As long as you’re down there checking on the exhaust, you might as well give the frame the once-over. …
- Clutch. …
- Brakes. …
- Suspension. …
- Chain and Sprocket. …
- Tires & Wheels.
How do I transfer my bike to another person?
Here are the steps you have to follow for bike transfer:
- Form 28 application filled by the owner (4 copies)
- Attested Registration Certificate copy.
- Paid road tax receipts.
- Copy of Pollution Under Control (PUC) Certificate.
- A valid two wheeler insurance policy.
- Chassis imprint of the bike.
Should you buy a motorcycle without title?
It is not advised to buy a motorcycle without a title. A title is a legal form that establishes the owner of the vehicle so without the evidence of the actual owner, you could be purchasing a stolen motorcycle or a motorcycle that still has a lien on it.
Is buying an old motorcycle a good idea?
One that’s been sitting for some time can require anywhere from a modest to an over-the-top investment to get it running properly again. A used old motorcycle that’s been a daily ride can be a stable investment however, as generally the prices reach a certain “rock bottom” that they do not dip below.
What is considered high mileage for a motorcycle?
For small sports bikes, 20,000 to 30,000 is on the high side. For larger bikes, 50,000 miles and up is considered high motorcycle mileage. But before you write off any models, consider that a properly maintained bike can last well past 100,000 miles!
How much is motorcycle registration in Philippines?
Estimated Motorcycle Registration Fees
Price ranges from Php 300 – Php 700, depending on other fees. To know the updated list of fees, visit the nearest LTO branch.
How do I change ownership in LTO?
Car LTO Transfer of Ownership: Steps
- Bring the car subject to the transfer of ownership to the right LTO office. …
- Line up at one of the counters and provide all the necessary documents. …
- The car will then undergo inspection by the LTO. …
- Pay the cashier for the fees. …
- Wait for the new documents to be released.