so let's imagine a wizard comes tonight and turns your moped into a REAL MOTORCYCLE! just like pinocchio! cool! except now, you need documentation, even in GA.d
lets say the wizard was nice enough to magic you up a title, and the title has a number on it, that matches a number on your engine, your transmission, and your frame. that's 3 vin numbers that match, registration should be a breeze.
now let's just say this wizard, forgot to put oil in the magic bike, and you were so distracted by all the magic, that you kept blasting till the motor evaporated. so you get a new motor and put it in the bike. lets say the new motor comes with a matching trans. your title and insurance and stuff already exists. the number on the frame matches it.
here's where the theory starts. let's just say a cop pulls you over. i feel lie they rarely check the actual vin numbers, but if they did, they might notice they don't match. i could see this being a problem if you were trying to register a bike like that, but if you already had it's paperwork, it should be ok, right?
ok same story, but instead of blowing the motor, let's say the motor is still good and i "make" a cool custom frame. let's say the frame has no vin number. when the cops see it they're gonna be like "where's the vin!?" and i inform them that it's a custom frame, and they should check the motor/trans. that's cool, right? what if i put the motor in 1 bike, the trans in another, and rebuild the original frame with new parts. so like, theoretically, they're all 1 bike. 1 tag, 1 insurance policy, only ride 1 at a time, it's just very, very custom...it's a complicated story of how i arrived at this disposition. basically, i shouldda stuck to mopads....