How much does a duplicate title cost?

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If you're attempting to replace a lost title, you'll need to apply for a duplicate title at your local DMV office. Requirements vary by state. You may be allowed to apply for a lost title online or via regular mail. Otherwise you'll have to do this in person. Before visiting, be sure to visit your state's DMV Web site for specific car title requirements, including exact fees (see grid below).

Fee
Alabama
x
Cost: $15
Alaska
x
Cost: $15
Arizona
x
Cost: $4
Arkansas
x
Cost: $5
California
x
Cost: $18
Colorado
x
Cost: $8.20
Connecticut
x
Cost: $25
Delaware
x
Cost: $25
Florida
x
Cost: $75.25
Georgia
x
Cost: $8
Hawaii
x
Cost: $5
Idaho
x
Cost $8
Illinois
x
Cost: $65
Indiana
x
Cost: $9
Iowa
x
Cost: $25
Kansas
x
Cost: $10
Kentucky
x
Cost: $4
Louisiana
x
Cost: $18.50
Maine
x
Cost: $23
Maryland
x
Cost: $20
Massachusetts
x
Cost: $25
Michigan
x
Cost: $15
Minnesota
x
Cost: $9 plus an $8.50 filing fee
Mississippi
x
Cost: $4
Missouri
x
Cost: $8.50 plus a $2.50 processing fee
Montana
x
Cost: $10
Nebraska
x
Cost: $14
Nevada
x
Cost: $20
New Hampshire
x
Cost: $25
New Jersey
x
Cost: $25
New Mexico
x
Cost: $16.50
New York
x
Cost: $20
North Carolina
x
Cost: $15
North Dakota
x
Cost: $5
Ohio
x
Cost: $15
Oklahoma
x
Cost: $11
Oregon
x
Cost: $77
Pennsylvania
x
Cost: $22.50
Rhode Island
x
Cost: $26.50
South Carolina
x
Cost: $15
South Dakota
x
Cost: $10
Tennessee
x
Cost: $5.50 by mail, $5 in person
Texas
x
Cost: $2 by mail, $5.45 in person
Utah
x
Cost: $6
Vermont
x
Cost: $28
Virginia
x
Cost: $5
Washington
x
Cost: $9
West Virginia
x
Cost: $10
Wisconsin
x
Cost: $20
Wyoming
x
Cost: $9
Washington DC
x
Cost: $26

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