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Did you guys get a certificate of origin when you bought your Teryx? I put my Teryx on my Kawasaki card, and then paid it off when the bill came in. Now I think that HSBC has lost my certificate of origin. When I paid it off, they sent me a Notice of lien release, but the certificate of origin was not attached. When I called them about it, they sent me another Notice of lien release with no certificate of origin. Now they are telling me that there is no certificate of origin for the vehicle. And my tag office will not give me a title without a certificate of origin.
 

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Never mind, I called the dealership, and found out, that they never sent the certificate to HSBC, because they said that you don't have to register a Teryx. I explained to the dealership, that even though you don't have to register the vehicle by law, I still would like proof of ownership. The tag office said that if I could supply a certificate of origin, that they would issue a title for the vehicle. The title is not to register the vehicle, it is just proof that I own the Teryx and that there are no liens on it.

So anyway, the dealer is going to mail the certificate to me.
 

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Glad to hear it worked out...

So let me ask you, can you drive on the streets in Florida?
 

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By getting a title, it does not allow you to drive on streets. The teryx does not have to be registered by Florida Law, but ATV's do. I just want to get a State of Florida Title for my Teryx so that I have proof of ownership. The Atv's have to have a sticker on them (registration) and you have to get a title. The atv's are not an annual fee like a car, but instead, a one time fee for the sticker ($35.00). That way, law enforcement can run the registration from the sticker and see that the atv is not stolen. Since the Teryx is over 50" wide, and you do not stradle the seat, you do not have to register it with the state. ATV's are still not street legal.
About 2 years ago, Florida passed a law saying that you could operate off road vehicles such as atv's and side x sides on public roads as long as the road was not paved (Dirt Road) and the posted speed limit was 35mph and less. In order to do this, you have to have a valid drivers license, and obey all traffic laws, including the speed limit. But along with that law, the state of Florida gave each county 30 days to adopt the law or refuse it. Most countys did not adopt the law. The county I ride in did, due to the amount of farms in the area and the fact that farmers use the dirt roads to travel from one field to another on there atv's. So where I live, it is legal to ride on dirt roads, but not on paved roads or the shoulder of paved roads (The right of way).
 

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Ahhh I understand, see here in Arizona we can register our Teryx as a motorcycle and drive on the paved roads, works out well to drive over to a friends house or to the store. We do, however, need to have a horn, lighted license plate bracket, rearview mirror, and of course insurance.
 

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Hello guys I live in Oklahoma on lake Texoma 75 miles north of Dallas right on the Texas Ok. border. I have an 08 nra edition complete stock for now but would like to get it street legal asap in Ok. if not maybe Texas. Any word on getting these street legal in Ok. or Texas? any info would be greatly appreciated.
 
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