I never heard of motors having to be titled. Our boats have to be titled.
Borrow or buy a couple trail cams. They are reasonably priced today for decent ones. We keep four of them at the camp. Nothing expensive is kept there now since we pulled our off road stuff out of there
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I dont think it has much to do with theft recovery(there are lots of ways around ID tags and vin plates)it has lots to do with missouri;s tax and fee the crap out of you problem,They make you register the boat ,motor and trolling motors separate(3 times the money that way),we have double taxation forced on us each year when you register your car.They have your property tax like everybody does then they have whats called a personal property tax ,It is a tax on your vehicles (based on the year) and on tools ,,livestock, campers,boats ,motorcycles,,everything you own for the most part it seems can be taxed(you know that nice shop I have,,,ya your suppose to pay tax on every tool in it every year,They tax you for everything here,Dont sneeze there is probably a booger tax!If yu like chickens and you have a small flock for meat or eggs in your back yard you have to pay a tax for them,its ridiculous .I used to live in wisconsin and never paid most of the taxes they have here ,they even tax food,never had that in wisconsin!Combine that with the low wages the companies pay and the poor people of missouri tend to stay that way.I hope and am planning to finish the remodel on my house over the next year then I plan to sell it all and my shop and move either to iowa or maybe back to wisconsin ,I dont like it here much at all,Neither does my wife or the kids that are still living at home.But we need to do a bunch of research on some other states too,as this move will be my last.We like mid to northern Iowa(by my oldest daughter and her boyfriend) but want to look around too,We know all about wisconsin and all our families are in southern wis so we may do that but houses are quite expensive most places there