Dirt Bike Street Legal Service
Dirt Bike Street Legal Service
This service provides you with a license plate and registration for your dirt bike.
We will mail you the paperwork within 1 business day to be completed and returned to us.
You will owe 4-6% sales tax based on the NADA average value or vehicle purchase price, whichever is higher. If you have already paid sales tax, we will need proof in the form of a receipt or bill of sale. Tax exemptions may apply in specific cases. You can find your NADA value.
All you want to do is make your dirt bike street legal. All we want to do is help. That’s why we’ve removed the frustrating guesswork and dead-ends that are way too common with this process. In fact, we’ve removed the work for you entirely! Here’s what you can expect out of your hassle-free Dirt Legal conversion experience:
- Out-of-state tag and registration1 in 2–3 weeks, easily renewable online each year. Allow 3-12 weeks to receive your plate and registration if your vehicle is financed.
- New proof of ownership2, either a title or transferable registration in your name 3–6 weeks later. (If financing, the DMV will hold the title until it's paid off)
- Dedicated agent support to guide you through the process and answer any questions about paperwork, state-to-state transfers, required bike parts, etc.
Why face hours of research, mounds of government paperwork, and ongoing headaches if you don’t have to? With a few docs and details from you, we handle all the heavy lifting. This is all you’ll need to do:
Proof of ownership: Choose from Title, Manufacturer’s Certificate of Origin (MCO), Financing, or Bill of Sale above3. This is the documentation we need to show the bike is yours.
Checkout: Click Add to Cart and complete the checkout process. You’ll receive an email confirmation with your receipt and order number.
Vehicle information: Fill out the vehicle info form that appears after you check out. As long as you have the proof of ownership and a Vehicle Identification Number4 (VIN), we can legalize any dirt bike regardless of state.
Documents: Keep an eye on your mailbox. We’ll send you a checklist for the materials we need to handle the conversion on your behalf, including your proof of ownership, copy of ID, social (Not required if you only have a bill of sale. Can be sent directly to the DMV.), notarized power of attorney5, and sales tax6 (if not already paid)
Send it in: Mail everything to us using the pre-paid envelope we’ve provided to make it as easy as possible for you. Congrats, your part’s done! Now simply wait to receive your license plate in the mail! We will email you a tracking number once it's on the way.
Dirt Legal is the only team in town, any town, with the experience and know-how to get this done for you quickly and easily. Feel free to Contact Us with any questions before you get started. Otherwise, it’s time to join over a thousand other happy customers now taking their off-road vehicles to the streets!
“Very easy process, excellent communication and only took a few weeks to have the plate in hand! Definitely recommend Dirt Legal to get your bike street legal!”
– Cole Holley, June 2019
“I ended up getting frustrated with all the different ‘recommendations’ online. I literally did nothing except fill out some paperwork Dirt Legal sent me. The whole thing took less than three weeks by the time I had the plate in my hand. I couldn’t be happier.”
– Brandon Cozier, March 2019
2Certain states may not accept title transfer, in which case the out-of-state tag will remain and can be renewed yearly
3Title also requires a Bill of Sale if it does not include 1) buyer and seller names, addresses, and signatures, and 2) sale date and price; MCO also a requires a Bill of Sale; Financing also requires a Bill of Sale if the DMV holds the Title; a Bill of Sale alone is now acceptable for ALL bikes.
4In rare circumstances, a brief VIN inspection may be required
5Dirt Legal’s POA form is solely limited to bike registration, license plate purchase, and title transfer
6Payable by check or money order; Dirt Legal will indicate the exact amount based on 4-6% of the vehicle purchase price or NADA average retail value, whichever is higher
*By purchasing this service, you agree to our Terms of Service.
Street Legal Equipment Needed
Headlight(s) with low and high beam
Red taillight(s) with brighter or separate brake light(s)
License plate light
Front and rear turn signals
Quiet exhaust with muffler
Spark arrestor (if you plan to use trails, OHV areas, etc.)
Note: This list meets or exceeds most parts requirements nationwide. Going above and beyond increases occupant safety and helps avoid unwanted conversations on the side of the highway. Double-check your local laws to confirm what to install and what to leave off.