In buying a car the tag and title are a set price set forth by the state with a very small difference based on the person doing the notary work. Find out what that dealership charges. In most places tag and title are around 100 dollars. As for the tax, it will vary by state. Pa is .06. So to figure out tax for a car say 1000 dollars. Just use simple math. 1000 X 1.06. Or 1000 x .06 and add that number to 1000.
sales excise tax , title, tag, for 2012 Fiat 500 in Oklahoma
Probably not. It would require a new title to be issued.
No, you cannot get a tag or register a car without the title and proof of ownership. This document is required throughout the U.S.
Go to the tag office with the title.
You have to get insurance on that car and go to any County tag office in GA for a new title or registration and a new tag. Certain year model cars require you have the title - not just a bill of sale.
I am a car salesman. My experience is yes. You need to call your local tag and title office.
You can get a new pink slip or title for a car by contacting the Clerk of Courts in your county (or the county where you purchased the car). The Clerk of Courts can issue a new title through the tag or tax collector's office.
no not if it is not in your name
Visit you local tag office and apply for a replacement title.
You can register with a salvage title.
Usually tax is around 3% of the purchase price. Title and registration is around $100. These fees vary from state to state and sometimes county to county.
You cannot get a tag without title information from the application. When you purchase a car the price should include tags and titles.