I know I'll probally get attacked for asking this by certain safety concious riders but... Hypothetically, if I own two bikes, but can only afford to register one, Are there any problems with simply switching the plates when I want to ride the unregistered one? Aside from the obvious uninsurance of the bike- although I only have compulsory third party anyway. Statistically a rider is unlikely to injure another person in a crash, and the price of third-party is way over-inflated, so this is not hugely important I'm thinking. I wouldn't do it in a car. The only flaw in this plan, is the possibility that when pulled over, police could actually look closely at the rego label to see what model is registered. But I've never even had a check to see if my bike is registered at all when randomly stopped, let alone if it was the right model on the rego sticker. I'm sure the chances of getting away with it are close to 100%. I ask all this because I have a friend who recently bought an RF600. He's on his P's and the bike was unregistered. Being money conscious he decided to take the risk of riding the bike the hour long drive back to his place from the seller. Unfortunately, a parked police car randomly monitoring traffic number plates for rego spotted him and he was pulled over and seriously booked. $1500 or so. If he had simply taken the plates from his GPZ250 and put them on the 600 he would have easily gotten away with it. I'm now in a similar situation, and wondering what the chances are of me being caught doing this? Unfortunately both my bikes have CTP insurance rates of $600 annualy for an 18 year old. That's a lot of moola.