How do you register a car that the Ca. dmv no longer has records for?
Assuming this is true--(and I don't understand how)--
You can get a scrapped title from a junkyard in California. Get the car to Nevada and register it there. Then take the car back to California and re-register it in California. Voila!
If you have the CA title that was last issued and the system shows it has dropped off then you will have to get a "Vin Verification" done on the vehicle. The vin verification is an inspection done by DMV or a licensed vehicle verifier. Once you have the inspection done take it along with the title, smog and a DMV REG 343 form (app for title and reg) and DMV will issue you a new title and registration/plates. If the old title is not in your name you will also need to have proof that you purchased the unit. A bill of sale, purchase order or even handwritten statement will work. Good Luck!
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IN THE STATE THAT YOU ARE MOVING TO OR WANTING TO REGISTER YOUR VECHICLE FROM, ALL YOU REALLY HAVE TO DO IS GO TO THE DMV AND REGISTER IT THEIR.. that's what we did =] Remember- once your vechicle is registered to another state, your car will no longer be registered from the one it was from.. you will have to go trought the same prosses once again to register it from the state it…