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    Default Scraping a bike you sold years ago

    sh!tty excuse but life just so hectic i did not take care of this in years.


    Sold my bike (just a crappy motomia scooter but did the job) before moving to jhb

    Turns out the dude never put the bike on his name, and now I need to pay for the license each time I go to post office to renew my license.

    Is there any place that can take care of this business of taking it off my name for me. No sheet, I'm jsut too busy in the week to go stand in lines and out of leave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niconel View Post
    sh!tty excuse but life just so hectic i did not take care of this in years.


    Sold my bike (just a crappy motomia scooter but did the job) before moving to jhb

    Turns out the dude never put the bike on his name, and now I need to pay for the license each time I go to post office to renew my license.

    Is there any place that can take care of this business of taking it off my name for me. No sheet, I'm jsut too busy in the week to go stand in lines and out of leave.
    There are places that will stand in line for you and take it off your name as long as you give them the outstanding amount owed and what ever they charge. Unfortunately the only place I know of closed but there are sure to be others out there.
    This exact same thing happened to me. I was lucky enough to have a family member do it for me. Paid them back.
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    I did it for a car at local privately operated Roadworthy centre. Need to have a paid up licence and make an affidavit with correct wording. Vehicle is then "exported". End of story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oisin View Post
    I did it for a car at local privately operated Roadworthy centre.
    Where that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by niconel View Post
    where that?
    menlyn roadworthy centre.

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    I used this company a few years ago for a similar situation and they were able to assist:
    http://www.q4you-online.com/

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