You’ve searched for hours and can’t find your original title. Now you’re wondering what to do next. There’s a hassle-free solution to getting your lost car title replaced quickly, easily, and affordably with Quick Auto Tags! We will help get your replacement title in no time at all.
Don’t waste any more of your valuable time looking for the original copy of the vehicle’s certificate of ownership (title). Call us today at 951-409-9091 or submit your information in the form at the bottom of this page to request an official duplicate car title application form be sent right away via mail – it takes only minutes to fill out! Once we receive this completed application form from you, we’ll send it directly over to the DMV on your behalf – so there is no need for you to go anywhere or stand in line! Read on for more information.
Only the person that is on the record is authorized to submit a request duplicate title. in order for you to obtain a new title, you must have the personal information, a court order, or power of attorney to be able to obtain the duplicate title.
When it comes to ordering a new title another thing that you must keep in mind is the address where the title will be delivered. If the address needs to be updated there are two forms that are needed:
However, if you are getting a duplicate title through a registration service, you must also have a form 5065 form notarized.
If you have a title that has a lienholder on it, and you have misplaced it, you will NOT be able to order a new title. The titleholder Is still the old lienholder, even if you’ve paid it off.
Once you have obtained a release from the entity that has the lien you must do what is called a “legal transfer” (to remove the entity that has the lien).
Losing your title before you were able to title it into your name is not uncommon. In situations like these, however, you will not be able to obtain a duplicate title. What happens in these scenarios is that we have to “reconstruct” the missing title so that we can transfer it into your name.
The DMV clearly states in its manual: every owner is entitled to a copy of their title, regardless of the circumstance, that includes unpaid back fees. There are few scenarios that will prevent you from getting a replacement title but owing back fees is not one of them.
An ARB hold will not prevent you from getting a duplicate title. However, you will need to wait just a little bit longer to get your title due to the hold being on file.
The cost to get a replacement title is $23. If you do send this out to the DMV make sure you have a check or money order written to the California DMV. Services like licensed registration services do have an additional fee to process the request.
It is advisable to replace a title that is so badly damaged that the DMV will not accept it. It avoids future headaches for you as the seller and the buyer, if you ever do sell the vehicle or pass it on.
We’ll walk you through the process of getting a replacement title in case yours is missing or damaged. It’s fast, easy, and affordable! You won’t have to wait long for your new car title either. If you need us sooner, just let us know and we will do our best to accommodate your needs. Our friendly staff members are standing by ready to answer any questions that may come up along the way so don’t hesitate to give us a call at (951)409-9091 today!
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