Selling a Car with a Lost Title
When you want to sell your car and you need your title it seems inevitable it will disappear. Many folks believe its lying in the glove box of the car they want to sell. If so , it’s not a very good place to keep the ownership document of your car! A safe deposit box, under the mattress or even in a bible are much better places to keep the title to your old car. Titles can be replaced with a trip to the D.M.V. or Auto club. It may cost a few bucks and half a day standing in line. Be sure to bring the vin number, license plate number and your personal id. Some states require your insurance card as well, so bring that too! If you don’t want to go through the hassle of standing in line to replace your title you can hire a vehicle registration service to go to the Department of Motor Vehicles for you. Due to recent high levels of fraud the DMV is now requiring a notarized form accompany the reg service. Many reg services are notaries as well or you can find one locally. You can expect to pay $10 to $50, or more for a notary and from $15 to $100, or more for a licensed registration service. Our buyers are trained to assist you in filling out the necessary forms to replace your title at the point of sale.
Lost California Title
If your title is lost please tell our phone technician that your title is lost. The technician will inform you what documents we will need to purchase your old vehicle from you. Please call us (310) 204-2277, for a free market quote on your old car as well as free lost title help!