I am deeply sorry if by any chance this isn't the right thread to share my problem. Truth is I am so desperate that I seem to have lost track of what is right or wrong. Let me tell you a little story:
My father bought me some time ago a Yamaha FS1-2RU (I believe this model was first made to Holland). We are from Portugal but three years ago I moved to København to work in advertising. I decided to bring my princess along, since Denmark is so wonderful to drive through.
When my FS1 arrived I went to the skat office and got temporary plates (paid 200kr). Drove it to synshall in Østerbro and the guy told me that I didn't have all the papers: well I do. In Portugal to be legal you only need a little green book with steel number, engine cc. and name of the owner.
Apparently in Denmark they need to know the weight. Fair enough, in Østerbro they told me to go to a script station and to bring a paper not older then 2 days with the wight of the FS1. I came with everything, but had to bring the bike on a van because the SKAT plates had expired!!! Arrived in the synshall and the guy told me: "Ups, forgot to tell you, if you want to register it as a motorbike and drive in normal road you need the COC (certificate of birth).
Well, I don't have this!!! I contacted all the yamaha in Denmark, Norway and no one can issue one anymore. Then I asked some people and they told me that this guy just doesn't know how to do it otherwise it wouldn't be a problem.
So I'm begging now, can someone guide me?
It is so complicated in Denmark I almost gave up! I have so much money invested in the bike and I can't drive it!
I will be even willing to pay someone to take care of this for me! That's how desperate I am!
Thank you guys!
Long live the FS1!