Vehicle Titles

Do you need a title for an off road vehicle?

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2020-06-07 01:33:42
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yes

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2009-03-18 02:13:50
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Most off road vehicles come with a title: Total D-bag.

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If he is on the registration as a lien holder, you will need to have him sign off on the back of the title. If he is on jointly with you, he needs to sign off any interest in the vehicle on the back, and in front of a clerk at the motor vehicle department. A new registration will be issued showing your name only. If the car isn't owned by you, and say a lending company holds the title of ownership, then you need to work it out with the lender, too.


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No.... you need one or the other. If you are the buyer you would be better off with the title. If you are the seller, what are you trying to hide?


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After you pay off a vehicle, your bank should automatically send you the title. If you haven't received it after a short period of time, call them to make sure they received your payment.


You need to get out of their way, pulling over to the right, off of the side of the road (if possible) and stopping.


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If the vehicle is paid off yes...If you are still making payments and you want to sell to an individual you will need to talk with your lienholder. If you are selling to a car dealer they will handle it for you.


If you have a lien on the vehicle (you are paying it off) You will likely not get the title until the vehicle is paid off.



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