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Just wondering if anyone knows...
My buddy is going to do his MST on an old Yamaha XT250 dual sport. Had the bike forever and lost the papers, however it was insured years ago. If it's brought to ICBC in back of truck is it allowed to be used for MST?
 
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pretty sure the short answer is it has to be registered, licensed, insured, and road worthy.
 

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Does it have a licence plate and valid insurance?

(although I dont quite understand how it could currently be insured if it was insured 'years ago'. )

Does it have all the required safety features?

If so then it probably will be ok.
 

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Well as I said it's not CURRENTLY insured, however it was at one point. I guess what I'm getting at is does the bike need CURRENT insurance or just need to be street legal/roadworthy/insurable? I know the bikes BCSC uses are not insured...
 
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im pretty sure it does...
i remember for mine, they asked for my license plate number...
surprisingly..not for my class 6...lol
 

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Yes, the bike has to be insured to be used for the MSA test.
 
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