hi guys, i will be riding to Thailand this coming April from Phnom Penh, Cambodia. ok well, i had an issue concerning my entry. i had purchased my motorbike by loan from a bank in cambodia, and as how things works here in cambodia, the registration card (or the so called Green Book) is under the bank's name as the bike itself is mortgaged to the bank due to the loan. i understand that in order to cross the border, the registration card needs to be under ur name, else a consent letter to be issued and authorized by the truthful owner to authorize u to temporary bring the bike out of the country (cambodia) and into Thailand. For my case, i got the bank to issue me Clearance Letter / Certificate to prove that i am the truthful owner of the bike except for the fact that it is currently mortgaged to the bank. However, for the registration card, i could not get hold of the original card and i would only be able to have a photocopy of the registration card. Now, could i actually cross the border with the accompanying documents: 1) Clearance Letter / Certificate issued by the bank 2) Photocopy of the registration card Are the above sufficient to get me cross the border of to at least prove that i am the rightful owner of the bike? Anyone has experience on this type of situation before?