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Old 07-02-2013, 12:50 PM   #101
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Believe it or not, the best thing that you can do in hope to recover your bike is to leave your title in the bike. I have a few bikes stolen and I recovered the one with titles in it and it is still clean and running. I had a couple of friends had the bike stolen and recovered because of the title in the bike. Money, is the key of thievery. If the title is there, the thief will try to sell it and when the buyer transfer it, you will get it back. Sucks for the buyer, shoulda check the vin before you buy. At least the buyer may know who it is and pointed them out or simply street justice.
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Old 07-02-2013, 06:12 PM   #102
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Believe it or not, the best thing that you can do in hope to recover your bike is to leave your title in the bike. I have a few bikes stolen and I recovered the one with titles in it and it is still clean and running. I had a couple of friends had the bike stolen and recovered because of the title in the bike. Money, is the key of thievery. If the title is there, the thief will try to sell it and when the buyer transfer it, you will get it back. Sucks for the buyer, shoulda check the vin before you buy. At least the buyer may know who it is and pointed them out or simply street justice.
Very interesting point. seem like it would really work, just don't like the fact that my address would still be on the tittle.
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Old 08-26-2013, 02:42 PM   #103
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