ya its your car, your name is on the title and someone has taken it from you....i think i defined a stolen vehicle right there
You can report it stolen!
Why are you getting rid of a car to which you do not have the title, is it stolen?
Well you have to have proof of insurance and if you do then you can show the officer that and it goes on from there.
No they can not!
The first thing you need to do is call your local police department and give them the vin and ask them if the vehicle is stolen. You dont want to get caught trying to get a title for a stolen vehicle. Why would someone just give a car away when they can take it to a salvage yard and get a couple hundred bucks for it.
A salvage title can be caused by a car having been damaged in a previous wreck also if a car has been previously stolen and the owner was already given a replacement before the car was found then the stolen car may receive a salvage title
I would not buy or pay for a car form anyone who did not have title to the car. The car may have been stolen.
only if the car was damaged to where it was declared totalled. Then you need to get a Salvage title and have the car inspected.
If a car is being sold way to cheap I am always suspicious. I always do a title and lien search on any car I buy and that will show who the title is registered to and will cause a great deal of commotion if it is stolen. I always ask for photo ID when buying a car to insure the car and the title and the owner all match.
Theft is not the same as accidents. If you drive a car, whether it is in your name or someone else's name, and you have an accident, then your own insurance is applicable, but if someone else's car is stolen, that doesn't seem to involve you. Presumably you were not in the car when it was stolen, right? What involvement do you have?
Then seller doesn't own the car. Don't buy a car without a title. The title is the only thing that proves ownership. ---- If the seller has no title, the car might be stolen. DO NOT buy the car.
that means u just bought a stolen car.
No. What if it turns out to be stolen?
Did you get a TITLE to the "stolen" car? If not, the you sorta assumed the risks. Was it actually stolen at the time of sale or just not removed from the list after being recovered?
Go to the office where you get your liscense plate for your car and tell them that your title was lost or stolen and you will pay a small amount and they will send you a replacement tittle in the mail.
no, the car could b stolen
yes you can WITH ID and signed paperwork stating you lost title so that if car is stolen, they can find you!!
No, the bottom line is, the title must have the owner's name. Put in reverse situation, if your car was taken by someone who has your title to the car and the car should not be missing, then you would want the car back even without a title. People lose car title all the time, that doesn't mean they lose the car just because they lost the title and someone picked it up.
The only way that can be a bad thing is if the car is stolen. You would have had to report it stolen prior to the ticket or accident.
A title that is not clear typically means it has a lien on the car meaning money is owed to someone and the car was used as collateral. It doesn't mean someone didn't sign the title.
Do you have the title of the car in your name? Is there a loan on the car? You will have to register it if your name is on the title!
Report it stolen.
You have to return the car to the authorities, because it was stolen from the original owner. If you keep the car you could be held as an accessory to car theft. You will get the money back for the car from the criminals through the court in the form of compensation.