How do you transfer vehicle titles to family in MA? Massachusetts

Title Transfers Between Family

Just follow these steps to complete a title transfer between family members:

  1. Find the original auto title.
  2. Complete the required sections, including odometer reading, date, and sales price (write "gift" if applicable).
  3. Sign the car title in the designated spots.
  4. Complete a bill of sale (write "gift" in the sales price section if applicable).
  5. Complete a RMV-1 title application.
  6. Complete a sales tax exemption form MVU-26 if applicable (uncles, aunts, cousins, and grandparents are not exempt from the sales tax so they don't need to complete this form).
  7. Take the paperwork to a full-service RMV location.
  8. Pay the $75 title fee as well as any applicable sales tax.
Call the RMV at (800) 858-3926 to learn more about transferring titles between family members.

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