Any ideas or pics are appreciated.
What if he's not that kind of cop?I live in Texas and I have an after-market undertail. I put the sticker on the back side of the license plate. The law states that the inspection sticker must be visable on the bike.
Some dealers will put the inspection sticker on the back of the plate, other want to put it on a license plate holder. The last time I had the bike inspected, I had to put it on the holder. When I came home I just trimmed the holder and turned it around so it would fit on the back side of the plate. Some guys will trim the holder and leave the inspection sticker under the hump.
If I get pulled over I'll just tell the cop to bend over...
I got my bike stickered today, he put mine on the swingarm below the exhaust, first one I have seen there, which is good for me, bike came from Tenn and had never had a sticker on it, and I didn't want it on the fork.Here in VA we have to place ours on the front forks. Luckily the forks on the Busa are tucked away and that hides the bogus looking stickers (we have two, county sticker and state inspection sticker).
Just like my cousin Higg, I keep mine in the hump along with registration. No specific law here in Louisiana that states that it must be visible. Haven't been stopped yet, but I'm still tryin'You know I'm in texas too and my inspection stays in the hump.......you know you have to have an inspection in order to get your little stickers for your plate right?
My wife, "the cop", said I was good as long as my stickers on the plate were valid.
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