Bringing a bike home to the states

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  1. anghin02

    anghin02 New Member

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    I was wondering if a bike can be brought home to the usa. Exported from thai and imported to us? I have looked into it and am confused by us laws. EPA,DOT,and more. I want to know has any one had luck bringing a honda wave 125 to the states. How do you do it? and please some tips.
     
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    Check that they are not already available in the States as I know Honda import them into the UK from Thailand
     
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    I haved checked and to the best of my knowledge nothing like a 125 is imprted or avaialbe for sale second hand. If anyone knows of any market in the states let me know.I have been looking and not found anything for 2 years?
    Iain
     
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    I haved checked and to the best of my knowledge nothing like a 125 is imprted or avaialbe for sale second hand. If anyone knows of any market in the states let me know.I have been looking and not found anything for 2 years?
    Iain
     
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    Try this site: http://www.dreamscape.com/danny/faq/index.html

    All kinds of scooter info. Some of it is a few years old, but probably still valid. Also has links to other scooter sites.

    BobS

    "Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "...holy shit...what a ride!"
     

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