I'm trying to sell my bike at the moment and a potential buyer ran a check and discovered that the bike is listed as a repairable write off that has been repaired and inspected. At first I thought it had to be an error, because the date of the entry was in between me purchasing the bike and it being shipped from the dealer in WA to here in SA. After several calls to the SA and WA transport people, however, it is now looking more and more like the dealer did the dodgy. When I purchased the bike from a dealer I was under the belief that they had to disclose things like that, so I did not run any checks myself. In fact, even if I had, the date of entry was AFTER the purchase, so there is no way I could have picked up on it. I actually paid a premium for this particular bike because I wanted a tidy example of a Honda Hornet 250, which is not the most common of bikes, and now I'm stuck with one that is going to be incredibly difficult to sell at a decent price. The repairs do appear to have been done correctly and is signed off as such, but I'm still not happy about this at all. I have found information for other states, but I can't seem to find information that shows a dealer must disclose any write-off history in WA in particular. Can anyone point me in the right direction?