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post #76 of 148 Old March 28th, 2019, 05:04 PM
 
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I've not seen the revisions for the TR-54 or BFS-72. Also PA 680 nor 257.217i have been posted to the MCL.
Happy 28th of March.

Well, section 257.217i did get added (online) to the Michigan Vehicle Code-Public Act 300: Michigan Legislature - Section 257.217i.added Not sure if this link works.

Still no movement on a revised TR-54 or the other items.
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Has anyone used the current inspection form at SOS? Just wondering if we have to wait for the new tr54.


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Man, I sure wish I could answer your question. Still doing some asking.

For S&G attached is the current TR-54 and the sections circled that would be a problem. Maybe they'll just have the LEO strike out and initial those before signing?

Also attached is the part of BFS-72 (Instruction for Titling an Assembled Vehicle) that needs to be changed. Definition of an assembled vehicle needs added.
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Re: Michigan hb5639 passed

I saw on FB someone posted a TR-11L "application for MI vehicle title." Appears he was doing a transfer title only. Not sure if this help.

Separate subject. I live out of state in IL. However, I do 95% of my riding in MI. I have friends in MI that I'm sure I could use their mailing address. How would I go about getting street legal being out of state?
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I wouldnít recommend trying to use someone elseís address to plate a vehicle. Thereís an inspection process for your vehicle where a police officer signs off on the vehicle inspection. This officer will more than likely want to see your ID which wonít be from Michigan.

Then youíll have to go to the MI sos office a couple of times if you made it pass the first test.


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Separate subject. I live out of state in IL. However, I do 95% of my riding in MI. I have friends in MI that I'm sure I could use their mailing address. How would I go about getting street legal being out of state?
Please don’t ruin this for us. Follow the law. It’s hard enough to do this as it is.
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Getting insurance after new road legal law has been passed, I made my RZR road legal back in 2011 and no issues with getting insurance first with State Farm then with Progressive, but in July 2018 I renewed my policy with Progressive and when I went to renew my plates in Aug 2018 I was told they no longer insured road legal UTV, they took my money 30 days earlier but then dropped me, their excuse was Michigan no longer allows UTV to be made road legal, but then Michigan passes a law making UTV road legal again...so where can I get insurance in Michigan for my road legal RZR???
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When the law passed I contacted my State Farm Agent and they were still insuring several ORV’s that were grandfathered and they told me to call back for insurance when I’m street legal.

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Separate subject. I live out of state in IL. However, I do 95% of my riding in MI. I have friends in MI that I'm sure I could use their mailing address. How would I go about getting street legal being out of state?
Please donít ruin this for us. Follow the law. Itís hard enough to do this as it is.
How would that be ruining it for you?
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Spent quite a bit of time at sos office today but Iím now waiting for the phone with my new vin installation. 4-8 weeks I think. It took them quite a bit to figure out the new software they have.

Also called my State Farm agent just to confirm theyíre still going to cover Orvís made street legal. They called whoever oversees them and they confirmed they plan to continue insuring Orvís made street legal.


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Separate subject. I live out of state in IL. However, I do 95% of my riding in MI. I have friends in MI that I'm sure I could use their mailing address. How would I go about getting street legal being out of state?
Please don’t ruin this for us. Follow the law. It’s hard enough to do this as it is.
How would that be ruining it for you?
To register a vehicle here you need to be a resident. I understand the reason behind wanting to be street legal,but if there is abuse,there is a possibility we will lose this again.
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Spent quite a bit of time at sos office today but Iím now waiting for the phone with my new vin installation. 4-8 weeks I think. It took them quite a bit to figure out the new software they have.

Also called my State Farm agent just to confirm theyíre still going to cover Orvís made street legal. They called whoever oversees them and they confirmed they plan to continue insuring Orvís made street legal.


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Fantastic, this is great news! Thanks for the update. Fingers crossed here for a fast VIN.
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Please don’t ruin this for us. Follow the law. It’s hard enough to do this as it is.
How would that be ruining it for you?
To register a vehicle here you need to be a resident. I understand the reason behind wanting to be street legal,but if there is abuse,there is a possibility we will lose this again.
I am not a Michigan resident and my 2010 RZR 4 is plated and street legal in Michigan. I am however a property owner with a Michigan address but not a resident. RZR is garaged in Michigan and has Michigan no fault insurance. My drivers license is from Indiana and was never a problem in the process.
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Please don’t ruin this for us. Follow the law. It’s hard enough to do this as it is.
How would that be ruining it for you?
To register a vehicle here you need to be a resident. I understand the reason behind wanting to be street legal,but if there is abuse,there is a possibility we will lose this again.
I am not a Michigan resident and my 2010 RZR 4 is plated and street legal in Michigan. I am however a property owner with a Michigan address but not a resident. RZR is garaged in Michigan and has Michigan no fault insurance. My drivers license is from Indiana and was never a problem in the process.
This is a surprise to me. My understanding is that this is not allowed. Good for you though. Did you go through the process when it was allowed last time? Who insures it?
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Re: Michigan hb5639 passed

Went through the process in 2011. Everything looks the same now according to what is posted. A person can register a car also, residence does not seem to matter, after all the only difference is voting and cheaper license for hunting and fishing etc.

We have State Farm on our Michigan and AZ property and have been a customer for over fifty years. Michigan insurance is outrageous, we are able to drop collision when we are not in Michigan. Insurance in AZ is about 1/5 of Michigan.
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