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  • How is vehicle abandonment defined?

    ... to be abandoned, contact the Department of Motor Vehicle division in your state. Example of Aban...e, or contact your local DMV branch. Titles for Abandoned Vehicles After determining that a vehic...

  • What is required to obtain an abandoned vehicle title?

    Obtaining an abandoned vehicle title for a vehicle left on your property is usually a joint process between the DMV and law enforcement. To find the specific requirements for your state, try contactin...

  • How do I claim ownership of an abandoned vehicle?

    There is no countrywide or even statewide rule for abandoned vehicles. The statutes for obtaining ownership are usually defined by your state and/or town of residence. For a definitive answer contact...

  • How can I run a License Plate Check?

    Running a license plate check on a particular vehicle is an easy process. All that's required is a computer and either the license plate number or the vehicle identification number (VIN). If records a...

  • What paperwork is required to donate a car?

    ...ormation you need to complete the title transfer process without a hitch. Selecting a Charity for Vehicle Donation Be sure to do some research before selecting a charity. Check with the IRS or your...

  • What if my car fails the vehicle inspection?

    The grid below highlights how your state requires you to handle a failed vehicle inspection. Generally, you’ll need to make the necessary repairs and return the vehicle for another inspection. ...

  • How much do inspection stations charge?

    Some states standardize vehicle inspection fees; others leave it up to the individual inspection stations. Keep in mind that in addition to regular fees, you might also need to pay for repair costs (i...

  • How do I obtain first time vehicle registration in New York? New York

    ...on standards, look for the following words located under your vehicle's hood: California Only Vehicle: This vehicle conforms to U.S. EPA and California regulations applicable to model-year new m...

  • How much is it to renew car tags?

    Just as you pay for your car tags when you pay your vehicle registration fees, you’ll pay for their renewal when you handle your registration renewal. In other words, you won’t just renew ...

  • What is the cost of license plates?

    The cost of license plates is usually included in the fees you pay when you register a vehicle for the first time (you can’t just randomly order a license plate, after all), and first-time regis...

  • Does a car import require approval by the EPA?

    ...r vehicle, it’s best to contact the EPA Imports Team at (734) 214-4100 or visit the Importing Vehicles and Engines section of the official website of the Environmental Protection Agency. Older...

  • Does my state offer a vehicle dealers handbook or manual?

    Obtaining a Vehicle Dealers Handbook or Other Dealer Information Obtaining a dealer license is a timely process, complicated by numerous applications and deciphering local zoning and tax codes. To ...

  • Do I need a VIN number to get a vehicle history report?

    VIN and Vehicle History Yes, you do need a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) in order to get a vehicle history report. VINs are like social security numbers for cars and are used to track in...

  • What is the Consumer Assistance Program Or CAP?

    ...ns-repairs assistance. CAP gives you two options: vehicle retirement and repair assistance. Vehicle Retirement Rather than have mechanics repair your vehicle, CAP will pay you to retire your...

  • Do all cars have a vehicle history report?

    ...history report, but within a short time most registered cars end up with a vehicle history report. Vehicle history reports are derived from information obtained from DMVs, insurance companies, police...

  • Where do I apply for an auto dealers license?

    Applying for Your Auto Dealers License Every state and the District of Columbia requires a dealers license in order to sell used cars and new cars. Dealer license requirements and fees vary by state,...

  • Will I ever be asked to produce my vehicle history report?

    Producing a Vehicle History Report You will almost never be asked to produce your vehicle history report. Usually, when someone wishes to view a vehicle history report, for example, before pur...

  • If a vehicle has been registered in multiple states, will it have multiple vehicle history reports?

    How Vehicle History Reports Work That’s a bit of a trick question. Vehicles will have multiple vehicle history reports, but not because they’ve been registered in multiple states. ...

  • Are all vehicle history reports the same?

    Company Variation No, vehicle history reports are not all the same. Vehicle history reports vary by vehicle and by the company providing the vehicle history report. Vehicle history repor...

  • What if a car does not have a vehicle history report?

    ... there’s a problem with the vehicle identification number (VIN). Why There Might Not be a Vehicle History Report Most used cars have vehicle history reports. The reason for this is that co...

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