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    Quote Originally Posted by stagewex View Post
    Very Cool.
    Isn't a Yamaha Zuma already legal to license and register in NJ or was there some other paperwork issue missing?
    seller didn't have the title. NJ has a stupid packet you have to fill out and jump through hoops of fire while you wait months to hear anything back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martianone View Post
    Sorry some are having local challenges with registrations!
    Being a VT resident, please don't burden our DMV with your issues;
    It just adds cost and taxes for real Vermonters.
    Thanks !
    real vermonters? Its like saying someone who legally moved to the US isn't considered a real american. There is no burden. Vermont is strapped for cash as it is so anything they can get will help the state. And if it were such a burden, the state wouldn't allow it. A few clicks of a keyboard to run a VIN check and a printer to print regsitrations and inmates stamping a plate is hardly a burden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuttingedge79 View Post
    real vermonters? Its like saying someone who legally moved to the US isn't considered a real american. There is no burden. Vermont is strapped for cash as it is so anything they can get will help the state. And if it were such a burden, the state wouldn't allow it. A few clicks of a keyboard to run a VIN check and a printer to print regsitrations and inmates stamping a plate is hardly a burden.
    I know people pay to do this vs. working with their legislators and local officials to be able to do so locally.
    That is a key philosophical issue with this.
    Agree with above that someone who legally moved to US may not be considered a real American.
    Real Americans have been fighting for homeland security since 1492.

    I am a Vermonta,
    I do what I Wanta.

    This topic is more than 5 years old, perhaps the moderators can sunset it and associated posts?
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    This has been a helpful thread for many members, we'll leave it up and running for now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by martianone View Post
    I know people pay to do this vs. working with their legislators and local officials to be able to do so locally.
    That is a key philosophical issue with this.
    Agree with above that someone who legally moved to US may not be considered a real American.
    Real Americans have been fighting for homeland security since 1492.

    I am a Vermonta,
    I do what I Wanta.

    This topic is more than 5 years old, perhaps the moderators can sunset it and associated posts?
    Just hold on there a second Vermonta! This topic is 5 years old because it has been relevant to this forum for 5 years. Now you want the moderators to simply "Sunset this entire thread and all associated posts". You must be kidding!

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