Can I register/title/own a car if I have a warrant?
There’s no law preventing you from registering, titling or owning a vehicle due to an existing arrest warrant. However, to do so could set you up for arrest.
Every state Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) office maintains a national data base on driver records. Meaning, they will know when you attempt to register or title that a warrant has been posted for your arrest. And because the DMV works closely with law authorities, the police may be notified of your presence.
Posted by Gloria on December 16th, 2009
Who would be responsible if a car is sold and the title was not transferred and car was in a traffic accident before title transfer?
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