Hi all! We all know for a fact that a motorcycle which is more than 15 years old doesn't need to go into the Written Off Vehicle Registry (WOVR). However, the insurance just sent a notification to Vicroads stating that "the bike is a write-off". My bike is a 1999 model so its already 16 years old. Will it still go onto the WOVR? The insurance actually told me on Thursday that the bike will not go into the WOVR but when I called on the following day, a different guy told me that they sent a notification to Vicroads. (Btw the guy did not even know the difference between repairable write-off and statutory write-off. For him, "a write off is a write off"). My bike was deemed as a total loss. I was thinking I could take the money from insurance and repair it myself. But now I'm not really sure because if it gets into the WOVR, I need to get a VIV certificate which will cost $500 more. Help will be greatly appreciated! PS: I only have a third party insurance. The driver I hit was at fault and accepted full liability. I am now dealing with her insurance company.