Clients you recently purchased a used vehicle and have a Certificate of Title and want to process the title to have a New Certificate of Title sent from the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles. Processing the Certificate of Title ensures that you are the legal owner to your vehicle.
The Recorded Owner(s) must reassign the title over to the new buyer(s).
New buyer(s) must complete all of there personal information and address
If applicable, recorded lien holder must release the interest on the vehicle.
Title must be clear of any alterations.
If you need to obtain your title sooner that normal processing paying the Nevada DMV for expedited processing will normally ensure you have your new title 3 to 7 business days after it is processed at the DMV.
If your vehicle was last titled in Nevada and there are no liens, we may request a duplicated title for you. Your title will be mailed in approximately 6 weeks.
If your vehicle is titled in another state, you must obtain a duplicate from that state.
If there is a loan, lease or other lien on the vehicle, you must contact the lienholder. The lienholder is responsible for ordering a printed title after you have satisfied the lien.
To transfer vehicles into a Family Trust, you must ask any lienholder to approve the change.
The lienholder may ask you to sign either the title or a power of attorney, and may wish to refinance any loan.
The lienholder will have to apply for the new title and issue you a letter, including the Vehicle Identification Number, stating they will do so. You may also satisfy the lien. The lienholder will release it and then we can transfer the title into a trust.
All Nevada titles are mailed from Carson City once processing is complete.
We can expedite the process of your title have it delivered through Federal Express.
Additional Fees Apply.
If you do not have a vehicle title or adequate proof of ownership, you should bring any documentation and we will attempt to contact the previous owner or get you a Bonded Title.
If your recently purchased or are planning to purchase a vehicle outside of Nevada from a private seller it is important to receive from the selling party an original certificate of title to the vehicle you are intending to bring to Nevada.
Note that a Bill of Sale or application to transfer ownership will not be equivalent to a title here in Nevada. If the seller does not have a certificate of title and you still would like to purchase that particular vehicle, then proceed to their local DMV with the selling party and process the transfer of ownership at that DMV and request the new title in your name to be mailed to your residence in Nevada.
If you purchased a vehicle, new or used, from a licensed dealer and is not being financed. The out of state certificate of title will be required to be present for processing. It is very important to have all original documentation given to you from the dealer to submit for processing in Nevada's Department of Motor Vehicles. It is important that before leaving the dealer to double check that all vehicle information is correct across all document, all signatures are present in the transfer between dealership, that the document are clear of any alterations, and that you the buyer has a Purchase Order and a good point of contact to the person you dealt with in financing for when Nevada's DMV calls for verification.
In order to request for a Duplicate Title the Original Owner is required to complete the following steps:
If you are the original owner and lost your original Out of State Title and need assistance is requesting for a duplicate. We will need for you the original owner to come in with a valid identification and vehicles registration to submit for processing.