When I bought my current bike (private sale), I did not do a REVS check, I only did a finance / rego check. I am trying to sell my bike atm, and had a buyer visit me last night with the view to ride away. Before he took the papers, he asked if he could do a REVS check, and I was completely fine with it, as far as I was aware, there were absolutely no skeletons in the closet. He rang the PPSR website (www.ppsr.gov.au), and the rep told him that the VIN / rego he gave was for a repairable write-off in QLD, from 2008. The rep also told him that he could not find a record of the rego in the PPSR database. Needless to say, my reaction was WTF???????? I've done a Vehicle HIsotry Check with the RTA, and returned the follwoing result (exerpt) This vehicle is currently recorded as a repairable written-off vehicle due to impact damage. A repairable written-off vehicle can be re-registered if it meets certain repair and inspection requirements. However, this vehicle has not yet passed an inspection which would allow it to be re-registered. If the vehicle was written-off interstate, the Roads and Maritime Services would strongly advise that you refer to our website for repair and inspection requirements for this vehicle. So if has not passed an inspection, how the **** does it carry current NSW rego till next year?? Also, what are my chances of getting my money back and getting rid of the bike back to the previous seller?