Once we've covered the basics How do you obtain an official title for your vehicle? If you bought a car or lost the title of your car it's not as difficult as you believe.
Sometimes, getting a brand fresh title on a vehicle is simple. The dealer usually handles the paperwork and hands it to DMV or your local registration agency. Then, you'll be able to receive it via mail or electronically within a couple of days.
You can also visit www.vehiclerenew.com to get the vehicle title online.
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But, don't expect that to happen anytime in the near future if you have borrowed money to finance your car. It is necessary to make the payment before the title can be handed to you.
The process for getting the new title for your car is different when you buy from an independent dealer. If they grant you the title and you transfer ownership, the process is required to be completed.
It's crucial and it's ultimately your responsibility to make sure it is completed. Once you've completed it, you'll need to send this to DMV or the appropriate location and then register the title in your name.
The requirements required to be registered as the new owner of the vehicle differ based on the state you live in, however, the most common requirements will be:
- The title includes the signature of the seller
- The proof of purchase
- Odometer reading
- Information about the lien if you finance the vehicle
- A statement stating that there isn't an obligation against the seller