How do I replace a lost title or a damaged car title in SC? South Carolina

As your proof of legal ownership, your vehicle title is a very important document. You should keep your vehicle registration card in your car's glove compartment, but your title should be kept in a safe deposit box or other location.

You will need the title when you want to sell your vehicle (you must complete a title transfer, after all); providing the buyer with a bill of sale or vehicle history report is not sufficient.

Obtaining Duplicate SC Titles

If you have lost or damaged your car title, you can request a duplicate title by visiting the nearest South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) office or mailing a completed copy of Form 400, Application for Certificate of Title/Registration to the address listed on the form.

Don't forget to provide your vehicle odometer mileage reading and any current lien information; the duplicate title must be sent to the lienholder if you have an auto loan that has not yet been repaid.

You will be expected to pay a $15 fee in order to receive a replacement for your lost title.

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