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Buy New Outboard Motor



NOW through March 31Limited to in-stock inventory. While supplies last. Each motor will be registered for the standardMercury Marine 3-Year Warranty AND the Mercury Product Protection Gold 2-Year Warranty byOnlineOutboards.com to qualify. Not valid on prior purchases.




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In a private sale, whenever possible, both the seller and buyer should go to the nearest participating office to transfer the vessel/boat title and registration and outboard motor title into the name of the purchaser. Trailers are registered/titled separately through your County tax office.


A title printed in the seller's name is required to transfer ownership of a previously owned vessel/boat and/or outboard motor previously titled in Texas. Check the Certificate of Number card. If there is a title on the vessel/boat, it will be designated "TITLED" on the card. The following forms may be used to replace a lost or destroyed Texas title.


Vessels/boats and/or outboard motors coming from title states must surrender the title. Vessels/boats coming from non-titling states (Registration Only), must surrender the registration certificate. Out of state vessels/boats and motors must verify the serial number (HIN/MIN) by completing form PWD 504 (PDF 241.8 KB) (pencil tracing or photograph of the vessel/boat hull identification AND/OR motor identification/serial number).


Buying a new outboard means that you can order the exact model you are looking for. If you know what brand, HP, and even color you want, you can order it from a dealer and get exactly what you are looking for.


Often, dealers and outboard shops will sell used motors. These motors are a great deal because the professional dealer has looked at the engine and performed any needed maintenance to ensure trouble-free boating. At ARG Marine, we have a variety of used outboard boat motors in stock. Buying from a professional marine company ensures that you get a quality motor at a fair price.


Used boat engines are available to take home the same day. Due to the high demand for outboard motors and limited supply, the ability to buy an engine immediately is very appealing. Buying a used motor means you can get out on the water and start having fun the same day.


Both new and used motors have their pros and cons. Either choice will get you out on the water. Stop by or call us at ARG Marine to find out what we have in stock and how we can help you enjoy time on the water.


You have 60 days from the date of purchase to title your newly purchased boat, vessel, or outboard motor. If you do not title the boat, vessel, or outboard motor there is a title penalty of $10 on the 61st day after purchase. The penalty increases another $10 for every 30 days you are late with a maximum penalty of $30.


You have 60 days from the date of purchase to title your newly purchased boat, vessel, or outboard motor. If you do not title the boat, vessel, or outboard motor, there is a title penalty of $10 on the 61st day after purchase. The penalty increases another $10 for every 30 days you are late with a maximum penalty of $30.


You have 60 days from bringing the boat, vessel, or outboard motor into Missouri to title the boat, vessel, or outboard motor if it is to be kept in Missouri over 60 consecutive days. If you do not title the boat, vessel, or outboard motor, there is a title penalty of $10 on the 61st day. The penalty increases another $10 for every 30 days you are late with a maximum penalty of $30.


You have 60 days from bringing the boat, vessel, or outboard motor into Missouri to title the boat, vessel, or outboard motor if it is to be kept in Missouri over 60 consecutive days. If you do not title the boat, vessel, or outboard motor, there is a title penalty of $10 on the 61st day. The penalty increases another $10 for every 30 days you are late with a maximum penalty of $30.


A boat, vessel, or documented vessel registration must be renewed every three years. The registration expires on June 30th in the year specified on the decal. There is no late renewal penalty. Outboard motor decals are not required to be renewed.


In the state of South Carolina, the law requires all motorized boats and watercraft, except exempted vessels, sailboats, and all outboard motors five horsepower and greater to be titled. By law we must have your completed application and other required documents, which vary by purchase or selling situation, to title and register your boat and/or motor. When purchasing a watercraft or outboard motor, make sure it is titled/registered to the person you are buying it from.


The casual excise tax rate has not changed for a watercraft or watercraft/outboard motor purchased as a unit. The casual excise tax rate for a watercraft or watercraft and outboard motor purchased as a unit is 5% with a $500.00 cap.


Once purchased, your boat and/or motor may be used 60 days from the date of purchase, even with expired or out-of-state decals using your temporary certificate number and copies of your title or bill of sale.


By law we must have your completed application and other required documents to title and register your boat and/or motor. If you have additional questions, refer to the different situations below to guide you through the application process. Incomplete applications cannot be processed and will be returned to you.


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At Marine Warehouse Center, we have a wide variety of new models that we can customize to suit your needs. It is our goal to use our experience and expertise in the marine industry to understand our customer and provide them with the best model available for their lifestyle. We can custom order the latest Carolina Skiff, Road King Trailer, and Suzuki Marine outboard models, along with many more popular brands shown below. Let us help you build your dream boat, motor, or trailer today!


If you have purchased a boat/motor that is currently titled and registered in SC you must pay property taxes to your county of residence before contacting SCDNR to change the ownership into your name. Your application, titles, bill of sale or other required documents must be accompanied by the paid property tax receipt.


If you have purchased a boat/motor from out of state or you are titling and registering a brand new boat/motor you will be billed by your county after completing the titling/registration process with SCDNR.


Yes, you may operate your boat using your temporary certificate of number and a photocopy of your bill of sale or titles. The temporary certificate of number is located at the bottom right corner of the watercraft/outboard motor application. The temporary certificate of number is valid for up to 60 days from the date of purchase. The temporary certificate of number applies only to new and previously owned watercraft and may not be accepted by other states.


Seller Must Notify the SC Department of Natural Resources in writing using the Request for Boat and/or Motor Status Change - ( Adobe PDF - file size 24Kb) within 30 days (For Tax purposes) of any change of ownership of watercraft or outboard motor, furnishing full information and mail to:


All watercraft are required to be registered and titled: except Documented Vessels, Wind surfers, Watercraft propelled only by human power with oars, paddles or similar devices. All outboard motors under five (5) horsepower are not required to be titled.


Casual excise tax is charged upon the issuance of a title or proof of ownership for a boat or motor. The casual excise tax for a boat or boat and motor purchased as a package is 5% of purchase price with a maximum fee of $500.00. The casual excise tax for a motor purchased alone is 6% with no maximum.


Tax Exempt if Purchased from Immediate Family If you acquire the watercraft or outboard motor from immediate family, you are exempt from the excise tax. Immediate family includes:


SCDNR can collect both casual excise tax and use tax on behalf of the Department of Revenue. You may also contact SCDOR for payment of these taxes. Casual excise or use tax is 5% of purchase price and caps at $500 for a boat or a boat and motor purchased as a package. Casual excise or use tax for a motor purchased separately is 5% and caps at $500. If casual excise or use tax has been paid to SCDNR or another state we must have a receipt showing it was paid.


If your name is on SC Department of Natural Resources Titling and Registration Records as of December 31st, the County Auditor is generated a report in January, with your name, description of your boat/outboard motor. The County Auditor will assess this information and will forward you a personal property tax notice.


Surely, everyone has had an experience where they must jump through hoops to get something fixed that may be borderline ancient. It can be challenging to find a willing shop that has the tools necessary to fix an older outboard motor.


Instead of purchasing a new motor for your old boat, you might consider buying a new boat instead. However, not everyone has pockets deep enough to splurge on a brand-new boat. Thus, the best strategy is to keep the boat and add a new engine to repower it while simultaneously upping its resale value. If you have the means to do that, then go for it.


These reasons why you should buy a new vs. used outboard motor provide insight into why a new motor is the best option. Bixpy is here to provide you with a new outboard motor and battery that you can trust wholeheartedly! 041b061a72


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