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  • What paperwork is required to donate a car?

    Make Sure You Have the Car Title Every vehicle donation, regardless of state or tax deductible charity, will require your car's title. Without it there's no title transfer and no car donation. If you...

  • How long does it take to replace a lost license?

    Most states will issue you a temporary or permanent replacement license as soon as you visit your local DMV or other driver license agency location. Some states also give you the option of ordering a ...

  • How do I get a replacement title?

    The process is usually pretty simple: You’ll fill out a form, submit it along with any other required documents and fees, and wait for your replacement title. However, as is the case with most...

  • What is required to do a title change?

    The grid below highlights the documents your state requires. As you check your state’s title change requirements, keep in mind: Some states require title transfers and registration at the...

  • How do I complete a title transfer in Alaska? Alaska

    Transferring Vehicle Titles in Alaska In the state of Alaska, a title transfer must be completed within 30 days of vehicle ownership changing hands. Common reasons for a title transfer include vehicl...

  • How do I replace lost or damaged AK license plates, stickers, tabs or tags? Alaska

    Replacement Plates and Tags for AK Car Registration In order to complete vehicle registration in th...can request a replacement via the Alaska Tags and Titles department of the DMV. Required Documents ...

  • How do I get a replacement drivers license?

    It depends on your state. The quickest way to find out how to get a replacement license in your state is to either call or visit the Web site of your state’s DMV or the agency that handles driv...

  • How do I replace damaged license tabs?

    Generally, all you have to do is complete a form and either present it or mail it, along with any required fees, to the state agency that handles vehicle registration and titles. (In some states this ...

  • Bought car no title, so how can I register it?

    Usually, you can’t – not until you apply for and receive a replacement or duplicate car title, that is. The application process is generally as simple as completing a form and presenting ...

  • Do campers have to be titled?

    Camper Titles and Vehicle Registration There is no one blanket registration rule for campers. Each state governs campers or truck campers differently. In Ohio, for example, no registration is require...

  • How do I title a vehicle in my name after I pay off the car loan?

    If you’re like the majority of American drivers, you used an auto loan to purchase your vehicle. Until the loan is paid off, the lien holder maintains the car title. This is because the lien ho...

  • How do I file glass or windshield claims?

    Well, auto insurance carriers handle the process to file this kind of auto claim differently. But, here are some general things to keep in mind. Filing Tips for Auto Glass Repairs Contact your i...

  • How do I replace a lost title or a damaged car title in AK? Alaska

    AK Car Title Replacements In the state of Alaska, you can replace a lost title, or a car title that...

  • Can I take care of title transfers online?

    ... a charitable organization When you need to make name corrections after marriage or a divorce Title transfer processes vary slightly by state, but you’ll generally need to provide: A t...

  • How do I obtain duplicate PA car registration to replace one that is lost or damaged?

    ...m MV-44, available at the PennDOT website. It's called the "Application for Duplicate Registration, Replacement of Registration Plate, Renewal Sticker or Weight Class Sticker or Transfer of Registrati...

  • What is a branded title?

    These days, the most common use of the term “branded title” usually refers to a salvage title – the title given to a vehicle that has been severely damaged or totaled, purchased by a...

  • What should I consider when purchasing a used car with a salvage title?

    ...y major problems. Withholding the salvage title status is just bad business. State Laws On Salvage Titles Even if you’re aware the used car is a salvage that the owner has repaired, and even i...

  • How can I file for a lost title?

    In most cases, obtaining a duplicate title is as easy as completing a form and mailing it, along with any other required documents and applicable fees, to the agency that handles titles and registrati...

  • What are the fees to replace a lost title?

    Duplicate Titles and Fees Each state charges a different duplicate title fee for replacing a lost title. The process is easy, usually requiring completing a duplicate title application, providing pro...

  • How hard is switching names on a vehicle title?

    Not that hard – as long as you have all the required documents and fees. Each state has its own procedure when it comes to switching names on a vehicle title, which is also called a title trans...

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