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Terrific, Mark. I wasn't sure if you have the same DMV (Dept. of Motor Vehicles) laws in CA as in OR. We can register original age-related license plates as special interest* license plates on our bikes. So, I have an original 1951 Oregon license plate on my '51 Rapide. The plates might be expensive to buy, but once you have registered them as special interest at DMV for your bike, you never have to pay for tags again!Mike, good advise. Have an old 60's black California plate I will use as the bike was originally sold in SF (Indian Dist) so bike is home. Thx Mark
For us in the UK this is a stark reminder of what may be in the offing, restrictions on transport is comming the " Build back better" guys are smuggeling all sorts of restrictions on road travel in under the cloak of Covid and as part of that I am sure us 'victims' of the free road tax and no MOT lures that got us in the historc vehicle trap will hear it snap shut soon. support the BMF and the FBHVC* the expectation is that the bike is only being ridden for club events or test riding and my rides are a continuous test ride