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post #1 of 8 Old 03-09-2012, 12:26 AM Thread Starter
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0% Financing & leaving the USA...

If I were to purchase a strom using Suzuki's 0% financing, could I legally leave the country if I maintained insurance on the bike or would I have to stay in the USA?
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post #2 of 8 Old 03-09-2012, 12:49 AM
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Suzuki financing could not care less what country you go to or even if the bike is insured as long as you make your monthly payment. Nor would they have any way of knowing either.

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Hmmm....the title paperwork shows the lien holder, and wouldn't the lien holder (American Suzuki Financial Services or maybe Ally Bank) have to give its permission to re-title the bike in another country?

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Hmmm....the title paperwork shows the lien holder, and wouldn't the lien holder (American Suzuki Financial Services or maybe Ally Bank) have to give its permission to re-title the bike in another country?
The 0% goes through Sheffield Credit, they DO NOT require insurance.

It's a little weird, but that's the way that it is on the 2012 that I bought with the 0% financing...


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Hmmm....the title paperwork shows the lien holder, and wouldn't the lien holder (American Suzuki Financial Services or maybe Ally Bank) have to give its permission to re-title the bike in another country?
The OP said nothing about retitling the bike in another country. If that's what he actually plans to do, then I think he will have difficulty. I was interpreting his question as being whether or not he could leave the country, not as to whether or not he could move to another country and retitle the bike there.

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It depends on the country. Canada, no problem. Mexico is a little more involved.

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GE Capital Retail Bank, has my 0% financing, I was surprised, but they never asked of proof of Ins..........TD

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If I were to purchase a strom using Suzuki's 0% financing, could I legally leave the country if I maintained insurance on the bike or would I have to stay in the USA?
You need to look at the requirements for ???? whichever country you want the bike to enter. Been done lots(not me) on financed bikes to Mexico. If mexico,go to the website for their Temp TVIP permits.
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