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Complete an application for the duplicate certificate of title, which is available online at your state's Department of Motor Vehicles' website or at your local DMV office. Photocopy your proof of identity. Check with the local DMV to find out what forms of identification are acceptable proofs of identity.
If your vehicle title is lost, you may replace it by processing a replacement title application at a Secretary of State branch office. If you need your title sooner, instant (same-day) title service is available at all branch offices. Instant title service requires the vehicle owner to appear in person.
If you are trying to get a car title or driver's license in Minnesota, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety can issue it within as little as three days and have it in your hands within 10 days. The Driver and Vehicle Services Division has what it calls a "Fast Track" plan.
Contact the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) in your state. Ask what documents the state requires to replace the title. Find out if this service is offered through the mail or by personal appearance. Going into an agency is usually the quickest way to get a duplicate title.
All duplicate titles will be mailed to the primary owner within 10 business days of processing. Titles are not issued over the counter.
There are two ways to replace a lost, damaged or stolen car title in Alabama. You can do it through mail, or you can do it in person at a Department of Revenue MVD location. To replace your title by mail: Complete the state's application for a replacement title (form MVT-12-1)
To register a car without a title, ask the previous owner to to fill out the transfer of ownership paperwork so that you can be issued a new title. If you're unable get in touch in the owner, or the title is lost or stolen, apply for a bonded title with your Secretary of State office.
Present a Bill of Sale A few states will allow a vehicle to be registered without a title under certain circumstances. The bill of sale must be signed by both parties and the buyer must present the original version to transfer ownership and register the car.
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