How do I replace a lost title or a damaged car title in AZ? Arizona

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Replacing a Lost or Damaged Car Title in Arizona

You can replace your car title in Arizona (AZ) if you lose or damage the title. The Motor Vehicles Division (MVD) issues each AZ duplicate title. Contact the MVD to replace one or several titles.

The name of the vehicle’s owner and lienholder must remain unchanged on the bill of sale to receive a duplicate title.

To replace a damaged or lost title, visit your local MVD office and complete a “Title and Registration Application” (Form 96-0236). It is the same application you will use should you ever need to complete a title transfer and vehicle registration.

Photo identification is required if you make the duplicate title request in person.

Completing the Duplicate Title Application


You can also download, complete, and submit the application to MVD via mail. Information that you will provide on the application includes:

  • Your first and last names (as the vehicle owner).
  • Your street mailing address (including city, state, and zip code).
  • The make, model, and year of the motor vehicle.
  • The odometer reading.
Pay the $4 duplicate title fee. Sign the title application. Applications are mailed to the AZ MVD at:

Mail Drop 555M
Motor Vehicle Division
PO Box 2100
Phoenix, AZ 85001-2100

Be advised that if there is a lien on the motor vehicle, the MVD will send a copy of the duplicate title request to the lienholder.

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