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Offline miks

Offroad bike registration
« on: January 10, 2020, 09:35:21 am »
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I'm currently looking at 2 plastic bikes that are not road registered (and never will be).
My insurer needs the bikes to have an e-natis (correct me if wrong) in order to be insured. I've tried some online searching but am not getting the answers I'm looking for.

If I chose to not buy cash, the bank will also need an official document of some sort to hold for the duration of the loan.

Will registering the bike on e-natis not need a roadworthy? The bikes will not be used on public roads.

There is a manufactures cert for the bikes from KTM.
 

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Re: Offroad bike registration
« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2020, 09:41:37 am »
Howzit dogs

I'm currently looking at 2 plastic bikes that are not road registered (and never will be).
My insurer needs the bikes to have an e-natis (correct me if wrong) in order to be insured. I've tried some online searching but am not getting the answers I'm looking for.

If I chose to not buy cash, the bank will also need an official document of some sort to hold for the duration of the loan.

Will registering the bike on e-natis not need a roadworthy? The bikes will not be used on public roads.

There is a manufactures cert for the bikes from KTM.

My 500 is registered and has the natis document.
You don't have to do roadworthy but without roadworthy you can never get a licence disk but you do pay the yearly fee. Seems like this will work for you.
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Re: Offroad bike registration
« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2020, 09:42:27 am »
I might be wrong but with the certificate from KTM the bike can be placed on enatis.
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Offline miks

Re: Offroad bike registration
« Reply #3 on: January 10, 2020, 10:00:01 am »
Thanks guys. How does the bike get onto e-natis? Hopefully not a big shlep or cost.

Will chat to the sellers of both bikes, and see if they are willing to sort. If not, then will look for other bikes
 

Offline TheBear

Re: Offroad bike registration
« Reply #4 on: January 10, 2020, 10:15:51 am »
Thanks guys. How does the bike get onto e-natis? Hopefully not a big shlep or cost.

Will chat to the sellers of both bikes, and see if they are willing to sort. If not, then will look for other bikes

In theory, the bikes is placed on E-Natis by the importers when they arrive in SA.  It is, of course, anyone's guess if this always happens.  If there, you just do a normal Change of Ownership and Registration in your name.  It will however be registered as "Not Roadworthy" or "Off ROad use only".  You will pay the license every year, but never receive a license disc.
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Offline BuRP

Re: Offroad bike registration
« Reply #5 on: January 10, 2020, 10:36:03 am »
As far as I know ANY bike sold is on the Enatis system i.e irrespective of the fact whether the bike in On or Off the Public Road, so a 'plastic' also is Enatis registered.
So it depends how old these bikes are, if old-enough (before Enatis was established) they may not be on this system.
Dunno if this helps though...
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Re: Offroad bike registration
« Reply #6 on: January 10, 2020, 10:43:55 am »
Bikes are 2014 and 2016. Would the current owners need to register on e-natis and check? Or can KTM do this
 

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Re: Offroad bike registration
« Reply #7 on: January 10, 2020, 10:47:42 am »
I think they can, best to ask them  :thumleft:
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Re: Offroad bike registration
« Reply #8 on: January 10, 2020, 11:22:59 am »
Will do, thanks guys.  :thumleft:
 

Offline TheBear

Re: Offroad bike registration
« Reply #9 on: January 10, 2020, 04:32:15 pm »
Bikes are 2014 and 2016. Would the current owners need to register on e-natis and check? Or can KTM do this

Like I said, KTM should have added them to e-natis when they sold them.
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Re: Offroad bike registration
« Reply #10 on: January 10, 2020, 06:26:05 pm »
miks, most has been said already.  If itís never been registered, you can get your local dealer to give you a manufacturer certificate and then register.  I had my 2014 450 XCW registered in 2017, licensed and on the road without roadworthy.

Maybe I was just lucky.
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Re: Offroad bike registration
« Reply #11 on: January 10, 2020, 11:34:32 pm »
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I'm currently looking at 2 plastic bikes that are not road registered (and never will be).
My insurer needs the bikes to have an e-natis (correct me if wrong) in order to be insured. I've tried some online searching but am not getting the answers I'm looking for.

If I chose to not buy cash, the bank will also need an official document of some sort to hold for the duration of the loan.

Will registering the bike on e-natis not need a roadworthy? The bikes will not be used on public roads.

There is a manufactures cert for the bikes from KTM.

Just hand that in at Licence Department and bob is your Uncle. No roadworthy needed.

If you do buy cash, I wont hand it in. Search around, Insurance will insure the bike.

As far as I know, if the bike is genuine NOT on Enatis, it is hard to list it as stolen, if not on Enatis. That is the only drawback. That is the reason Insurance wants it on Enatis. But some companies will Insure them even if not on Enatis  :thumleft: