Bought my first bike. New one goes for $11000, I got this one for $9400. Registered in Sep- 2007, 1300 Km. Bike was originally bought from same dealer. Rego until Sep 2008. Manufacturers warranty until 2009. It's not small dealer. They represent two major brands of bikes. Not a top 3 dealers in the city either. Before sale I asked to look at bike's service book. Dealer insisted that bike is almost brand new and there's nothing in the book to look at. I let that go. When bike was delivered, the dealer handed me just one key! He said that "he will try to get the second key (from original owner)". Also did not give me the Owners book. So I got the bike without owner's manual and second key. Basically I got the bike as you have it when you go for a ride: Leaving the book and 2nd key at home. Previous owner has died? His/her house burned down? After I didn't get the 2nd key and book I started to look into details carefully. Found in "dealers notice" (which is receipt for sale of the bike) odometer reading is less by 500KM than actual on the bike. Bike looks and runs perfectly. it is indeed like new. The only thing I found that it has little rust on footpeg. meaning it was kept outside. Summary: - Didn't get second key. Dealer did not notify about missing key before sale. - Didn't get Owner's manual book. Dealer avoided to show the book before sale. - in sale papers odometer reading has 500KM less than actual. May those problems be an indication of something criminal, dodgy? Or it's a minor thing? Is Dealer obligated/regulated by law to supply 2nd key and the book ? Should I go to police and check the VIN?