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Yes and no. If the back of the title is completed properly, no you will not need a Bill of Sale. If the sale date, price or signatures are incorrect, you will need additional paperwork.
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You can find a copy of your renewal notice. Enter your tag number and you can print a copy.
If you received the notice from the state, bring in that paper and proof of current insurance. If you did not receive the state notice, you can bring in last years registration notice or give us your tag numbers and current insurance.
Title, Current Insurance, Current Driver's License, Sales Tax Receipt, Inspection slip for an out of state title and any paperwork you received from a dealership. Please leave dealership paperwork attached.
For a temporary tag, we will need the title, current proof of insurance for the new vehicle and your current Driver's License.
Yes, you will be charged a 2.5% transaction fee.
Yes. Unless it is specialty vehicle.
Yes, always. We cannot register or renew a vehicle without proof of current insurance.
Yes. Either insurance on the trailer or insurance on the pulling vehicle.
When an error has been made on a title, please do not attempt to correct the mistake. Bring the title to our office and we have proper documentation to correct most mistakes.
Once for individual to individual sales. Other rules apply for licensed dealerships.
5 per calendar year.
The vehicle must be 35 years old and the drive train, transmission, engine, body, wheels and tires and frame are all original.