Arizona Lost Car Title Vehicle Title Replacement Service
If you have lost your Arizona car title or the title for an automobile, truck, motorcycle, motor home or other motor vehicle or trailer, GetNewTitle.com provides fast guaranteed service for replacing lost car titles. We have helped Arizonan from Flagstaff to Pheonix and Tucson to Winslow, Yuma and everyplace in between.
We can also help you with titles for boats and recreational vehicles, personal watercraft, classic and antique cars, custom built kit cars or vehicles rebuilt from salvage.
We also get replacement titles for abandoned, impounded, towed, unclaimed, junk to salvage vehicles and titles for importing or exporting cars and other vehicles.
And, getting a new title for vehicles purchased or sold at private or public sale or auction.
We are lost and missing title replacement experts! We work nationwide and we know how to get the job done in the great state of Arizona with the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division.
No case is too complicated. When you sign up for our vehicle title service , we will get you any lost car title for your vehicle or any replacement auto title ... any make, any model, any year, any state or your money back, it's guaranteed we will find the titles fast!
Get a new title NOW! Safe, secure* credit card payments accepted online or call our operators, NOW! 1-877-886-8848 Hours 9am - 12am EST.if we are not available please leave your Name, Phone Number, year and make of vehicle and State you reside in. Thank you.
The main office of GetNewTitle.com is located on the banks of the Penobscot River in Brewer, Maine. We employ Title Specialists located in satellite offices around the country who provide unparalleled customer service in obtaining titles for individuals and companies nationwide. Since 2001 Mike "The Title Guy" Rolnick has assisted residents in Maine - where he is a Statutory Agent - with their registration and title needs. In 2003, Mike recruited his cousin Jay "The Title Guy" Smith as company CEO to expand what is now our nationwide operation.
Every state follows pretty much the same requirements for getting a replacement title but the procedures for running the gauntlet are different. A vehicle title (or a car title) is a legal form, establishing a person or business as the legal owner of a vehicle. Vehicle titles in Arizona are issued by the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division.
The certificate of title normally specifies:
- Identifying information about the vehicle, normally at minimum its vehicle identification number, make, and year of manufacture.
- Technical information about the vehicle to define its taxation regime, such as its gross vehicle weight and motive power.
- The name and address of the purchaser or "registered owner" who would normally possess and use it.
- If money is owed on the vehicle, the name of the lien holder or "legal owner" to whom this money is owed.
When a vehicle is financed, the certificate of title is normally held by the lender, who must release it to the purchaser once the balance is paid off. When a car is sold from one owner to another, the title must be transferred to the new owner. This is achieved by requesting approval by the Arizona MVD.
Below is a summary only for the state of Arizona, please contact your local DMV for specifics if more information is required.
Some states issue titles, some don't! What?!Well, according to the manufacture year you may need a Registration instead. Note: Vehicles owned by the government may be treated differently.Title Issuing State: Yes Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Since 1925 titles are issued in AZ. You can get a title for motor vehicles, trailers, motor homes, ATVs, motorcycles, and mobile homes. Mopeds and snowmobiles are not titled.
Title Application: Hand-written applications are accepted.
Title Only Issued: For vehicles such as off-road and ATVs - Yes. Registration is required before use on highways.
Fast Title Service: No - Normally processed within 24 hours.
Abandoned and Seized Vehicles: means any vehicle, trailer, or semi-trailer of a type subject to registration, whether lost, stolen, abandoned or otherwise unclaimed, which has been abandoned on a public highway, public property or elsewhere within the state, including private property.
Rebuilt Title: will carry the brand "restored Salvage" so that others will know it was a salvaged vehicle that has been rebuilt.
Motorcycles: Titles are issued on motorcycles.
Motor Homes: are titled and registered and receive passenger plates.
Snowmobiles: no title issued in Arizona
Transfer from Deceased Owner: The surviving owner in cases of Tenancy In Common, must submit proof of death of the deceased and endorse the Certificate of Title.
Odometer Disclosure Statement: The transferee or purchaser shall provide an odometer mileage disclosure statement unless the vehicle is over 10 years old.
Safety Inspection: No inspection law in in affect in Arizona for vehicles, however the AZ Highway Patrol may require a driver to submit the vehicle to an inspection if there is reasonable cause to believe that the vehicle is unsafe or not equipped as required by law.
Helmet Requirement: Those under 18 years of age must wear a protective helmet at all times, this includes passengers also.
Child Restraints Required: Yes - all children under the age of five, regardless of weight, must be secured in a child passenger restraint system.
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