‘Motorcycle Storage’ – what to do with your stolen bike

  • September 16, 2021

The police in the Northern Territory say they’re struggling to find a way to safely dispose of stolen bikes and mopeds after a man allegedly stole a Harley-Davidson bike from a storage room at a motel.

Police say they received a call about a bike being stolen at the Bunnings Motor Lodge on June 4.

They found a motorbike lying in the storage room, but it wasn’t registered.

“The motorbike was stolen from the motor lodge.

The owner of the motorbike, [Sandra] Roper, told police she had a rental of a Harley Davidson motorbike and that she was leaving for Sydney for a weekend,” NT Police said in a statement.

Ms Roper has since pleaded not guilty to a charge of theft over $5000.

She has since been charged with two counts of possession of stolen property.

Detective Inspector Chris Huggins said the motorist, who is also an employee of the motel, would be asked to come forward to help police with their enquiries.

He said the motorcycle could be returned to the owner if she was available.

Anyone who has any information about the theft is asked to contact police.

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How to get a California motorcycle license

  • September 4, 2021

As of March 6, 2015, anyone 21 years of age or older with a valid driver’s license, learner’s permit, or permit to operate a motor vehicle (MOV) from California is allowed to drive in the state.

But as of January 1, 2018, any person 18 years of Age or older can only drive in California with a motorcycle license.

The DMV is currently working to update its motorcycle registration form.

If you are unsure of your legal age to drive a motorcycle, contact a licensed California motorcycle instructor for more information.

If you’re an adult 18 years old or older, you are still able to drive and operate a motorcycle under the age of 21 with a current motorcycle license and learner permit.

The DMV has a special website to help people register their motorcycles.

In addition, there are a few online tools that will help you with your registration and driving privileges in California.

Visit DMV.gov to register your motorcycle or learn more about motorcycle registration.

The DMV is now requiring that all drivers of motorcycles registered in California undergo a safety training course.

The course includes information on vehicle stability, air bags, helmets, and other safety equipment.