In Bucks County, Pennsylvania, HasPlates serves as authorized agents of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR), offering a comprehensive range of services for all your ATV and snowmobile needs. From title transfers to registration, registration renewal, and duplicate title services, our office can handle it all.
When you visit our office, you'll be provided with a temporary registration that remains valid for 45 days while the registration paperwork is being processed by DCNR. Once the processing is complete, DCNR will send you the official registration card and title, unless there are any liens on the title. In the case of a lien, you'll receive the registration card, and the lien holder will be sent the title until the lien is fully paid off. It's important to note that ATV registration is valid for two years in Pennsylvania.
To process a title or registration transaction with DCNR, you'll need to bring the title or prior registration card, a bill of sale, and a valid Pennsylvania Identification to our office. Since titles have been required on ATVs since 1987 and snowmobiles since 2002 in the state of Pennsylvania, any transaction involving vehicles manufactured before these years will require proof of VIN (Vehicle Identification Number). Typically, a prior registration card will suffice as proof in such cases.
With HasPlates acting as DCNR agents, you can rest assured that your ATV and snowmobile registration and title needs will be handled efficiently and accurately. Whether you're looking to transfer a title, renew registration, or obtain a duplicate title, our knowledgeable team is here to assist you in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Visit our office to ensure a smooth and seamless process for all your ATV and snowmobile-related transactions.
You must have the proper documentation depending on the state you are purchasing the ATV or snowmobile from. Some states will have a title for the machine which the purchaser must obtain with proper signatures and notaries depending on that state's requirements. Other states may just have registration card for the ATV/snowmobile that must be obtained by the new purchaser. It is always best to call an auto tags before purchasing to find out exactly what you need. DCNR - Atv/snowmobiles is about 5-6 weeks turnaround time for permanent registration. You will leave the auto tags with a temporary registration good for 45 days while your permanent registration is being processed.
Yes you will pay your sales tax on the purchase price, unless you are claiming a gift or a specific exemption. A title fee of $22.50 and a registration fee of $20.00.
ATV- No one under 8 years of age shall operate an ATV on any state owned property. No person from age 8 to their 16th birthday shall operate an ATV except on lands of his parent or guardian, unless he or she has completed a prescribed ATV safety training course and received an ATV safety training certificate. Age 8 and 9 year old operators are restricted to an engine size of 70cc or less or driver must be at least 16 years of age unless he has a safety certificate and is under the direct supervision of a person at least 18 years of age. SnowMobile- No One under the age of 10 shall operate a snowmobile on any public land. No one ages 10-16 can operate a snowmobile on anything other than lands owned by their parent of legal guardian unless they have obtained their safety education course certificate.