Depends on the type of "dirt bike" it is If it is a true "dirt bike" then it may be eligible for GREEN plates, (which can NOT be used on a road), but can be used on trails, crown land, private property, (other than your own WITH written permission), all of which require insurance. If it is dual sport, (Road/off road bike), then it can be registered. I believe you require a notarized statement that the bike is owned by you, for the MTO then of course insurance follows.Is it possible to obtain ownership papers?? I have a dirt bike that I have drive around my farm, and I would like to now make it street legal, when origionaly purchased I didn't get ownership papers, is it to late? If so is there anyway I can still license and insure it?
Dan Kapty Murray
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Potentially a really simple question here but I'm new to both bikes and Canada! My friend has sold me his bike, I have my m2 license and will have insurance on the bike from Friday but I haven't registered it in my name yet as I don't have the safety certificate. Can I legally ride to the mechanic to get it safetied then to a service ontario centre to transfer the ownership to me? Thanks
Edit: Failing that I have his insurance docs and he says it's fine with him to use those, is that legal?
I think the sales tax is collected when you go register your vehicle at the ontario service centre. You can write the amount for the bike on the uvip package where it has a bill of sale section and that is the amount they will tax.I'm new to Ontario-- is there Sales Tax charged on person-to-person used motorbike sales? And if so, how does that money get collected? Thanks!