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Throughout the year OMTA gets numerous inquiries from riders who have an ATV or dirt bike that does not have a title, or are considering buying one and the seller does not have a title.
There is a process for having a title issued for older machines, as long as it has not already been done. If the seller has simply lost the paper copy, but it was transferred to their name, they can go to their local title office and get a duplicate for about $10, and it takes about 10 minutes.  If they never transferred it into their name they must go to the last owner and get them to procure a duplicate. Second, you may want to get your machine registered to use Ohio’s growing public off road trail systems. Insurance is another issue, insurance companies may not issue a policy if you do not have a title, or may deny a future claim if they find out you are not the legal owner.
Yeah, but the guy selling this 1999-current machine says he will give me a bill of sale and it will be easy for me to get a title, and it’s so cool, and a good deal, and I really want it, and, and…!!!!!!!
Many Ohio riders are unaware of the fact that ATVs and dirt bikes have a Certificate of Title, just like a car or truck. If they have no way to contact the previous owner it will be nearly impossible to procure a title.


Both ODNR and Wayne National Forest, as well as some private parks, require the machine have a current registration and insurance to be used on the trails. After reading all that information above you still believe it will be easy to get a title if the seller does not have it?
The title is the legal documentation that proves you are the owner.  If someone is selling an ATV or dirt bike and they cannot produce the title, something is wrong! If it turns out that they come looking for the machine and they have the title, you could have lost your money at best, or face criminal charges at worst. You will get a slip of paper from the BMV which you must then take to your local motor vehicle title office. Explain that you have a pre-1999 ATV or dirt bike that never had a title, and you need to have one issued. Note that due to privacy laws you will not be shown any information such as an owners name to track them down.
You may be asked for proof of ownership, or to sign an affidavit attesting that you are the owner.


In fact under section 4505.19 of the Ohio Revised Code ( as well as a couple other Ohio laws) it is in fact illegal to sell any vehicle without providing the title. The best you will get is the number of the county of residence where the owner lived when the title was last processed. If you have owned the machine for many years documentation may be hard to find, and you will need to use the affidavit.
It is highly recomended that you make the seller of a pre-1999 machine do this process to procure the title.
So if you run the search on a machine that has been reported stolen there are no flags on this site to warn you. The site will only tell you if it has a title and the county where the owner of record lived when recorded.



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