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When I bought my house in Olalla it came with a older 12' aluminum boat. How do I register it without a bill of sale. Can I just go to the DMV and license it. Anyone know?
 

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    CAN I REGISTER A BOAT WITHOUT A BILL OF SALE?
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Thanks for the try. Ill call them on Monday and find out.I have a 2.5 hp motor which may not need licensing at all. I thought it was 5 hp and over. I never have much luck with those Auto Bots for answers.
 

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Unless any New Legislation changes things, it looks like you should be able to use it with a small motor on lakes like Long Lake (but not in the Salt, there it looks like you could use it with oars only.) " TRAPPER "


Registration requirements
Unless specifically exempt, you must meet all Washington state registration requirements when using a documented vessel on Washington waters.

Exempt vessels

  • Vessels less than 16 feet long with a motor of 10 horsepower or less, if used on non-federal waters only.
    • Canoes, kayaks, or vessels that don't have a motor or sail (strictly human powered).
 
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