If the property owner or person in lawful control of the property wishes to obtain ownership rights to the abandoned vehicle (Which has been on their property for more than 30 days), the legal owner of the vehicle must be identified. To identify the vehicle owner, the property owner or person in lawful control of the property must request a title and lien search from the Wyoming Department of Transportation.
hot wire it and drive it without a title, that would be great.... partially answered my question, the car is not in canada.... its in new york
Contact the MVD (Motor Vehicle Department) and do a title search. You will need the vehicle VIN and there will be a fee.
If the vehicle is salvage property, say recovered from the side of the road by a tow truck company contracted by the DOT to do so, and all outstanding storage fees have been paid, contact the DMV to obtain a salvage title. If you are a mechanic or repair shop, and the vehicle was abandoned and you have made every attempt to contact the owner to claim his property and pay his debt, file for a mechanics lien with the local district court. Wait another thirty days, and file for repossession of the vehicle with the same court to cover the outstanding costs. Once you obtain a legal order for repossession, you contact local law enforcement to report the vehicle repossessed, and file for a new title with the DMV.
A title is not necessary for a car of that age. Contact your local State DMV title department for abandonment issues and procedures vary from state to state.
For filing for an abandoned title in Arizona you must contact the DMV. The process includes an inspector coming to inspect the abandoned vehicle in which you receive an inspection form. With this form you may fill out an abandoned title report. You may obtain an abandoned title report at the DMV. With this report notarized, the inspection form, and $10 they will begin the abandoned title application. What happens is the DMV sends out a noification to the last owner. They give a 45 day period for the owner to respond. If no owner responds, they send you a form allowing you to title the vehicle in your name. If the owner responds, they are given 30 days to remove the vehicle. In the past, I have had titles that had no record of owners. This may happen if you have had the vehicle for quite some time (mine was ten+ years). For any questions on application or other you may contact the Abandoned Vehicle Department at (602)-712-7784.
File for an abandoned title with the Motor Vehicle
A number of states have a provision where you can go to your department of motor vehicles and file the vehicle as abandoned on your property. They will notify the lienholder/owner and if they don't respond they will transfer the title to you
The only way to obtain a title on a abandoned camper when the VIN number has rusted away is to submit a bonded title application. Each state is different, but most states provide applications for bonded titles on abandoned campers.
I don't know. Ask your father.
Call AE Recovery in Glendale, AZ. They can help answer all your questions regarding the abandoned vehicle titling process. Check out their website. http://www.aerecoveryandtowing.com. They helped me get a title for the car that was in the backyard for 13 years. Hope this helps!