Alabama Lost Car Title Vehicle Title Replacement Service
If you have lost your Alabama 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 Alabamians from Huntsville to Gadsden and Mobile to Tuscaloosa, Birmingham 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 Alabama with the Alabama Motor Vehicles 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!
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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 Alabama are issued by the Alabaman Motor Vehicles 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 Pennsylvania MVD.
Below is a summary only for the state of
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 - In AL Motor vehicles designated 1975 year models and all models subsequent which are required to be registered in this state and which do not have a Certificate of Title shall make an application to a designated agent for a Certificate of Title, including: Kit cars, reconstructed, abandoned vehicles, RVs, mopeds, and motorcycles.
Title Application: Title applications are submitted to a designated agent and then submitted to the Revenue Department in Montgomery. Applications will be accepted by mail and cannot be hand-written.
Fast Title Service: No Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Two to three weeks is the normal processing time.
Title Fee: Yes There is a $15 fee for each of the following:
- Each application for a Certificate of Title
- Each application for a replacement or corrected Certificate of Title
- Each application for a Certificate of Title after transfer
- Each notice of security
- Each assignment of lien holder
- Each application for an ordinary Certificate of Title upon surrender of a distinctive Certificate
- Each application for information as to the status of the Title of a vehicle
- Each application for a Salvage Title
- The designated agents shall the sum of $1.50 to each document processed
Duplicate Title Fee: $15.00
Title Only Issued: Yes Ã¢â‚¬â€œ If there is a lien holder, the title will be mailed to them, otherwise, to the owner.
Abandoned Vehicle Title Procedures (Mechanics, Garage Owners, etc.): You can contact Maine-ly Title for assistance, the state of Alabama, or refer to the Abandoned Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale.
Proof of Ownership
New Vehicle: 1975 and subsequent year models requires a certified MSO showing proper assignments to the applicant
Vehicles Purchased Out-of-State and Brought into Alabama to Trade or Sell: Alabama titles only 1975 and newer models and applicants with older than 1975 need a Bill of Sale to register.
Used Vehicles Non-Title Issuing Jurisdiction: Must be titled by the first Alabama purchaser and the last officially validated Registration, notarized Bill of Sale, and satisfaction of lien statement (if available).
Vehicle sold by U.S. Government: Standard form 97.
General Information for Alabama
Maximum Legal Height: 13 1/2 feet
Max. Legal Length: 40 Feet for a single vehicle, truck tractor trailer combinations 53 1/2 feet, trailer on non-designated highways and 57 foot trailer on designated systems
Max. Legal Weight: 22,000 pounds per single axle, 34,000 pounds per tandem, 40,000 pounds per tandem on interstate highways, 80,000 pounds overall providing five axles, distance between axles 51 feet and over
Max. Legal Width: 8 feet, except on interstate highways and designated highways with 8 1/2 feet.
Safety Inspection: AL does not have an inspection law, but cities have the right to have local inspection laws.
Helmets Required: Yes
Safety Belts Required: Yes
Child Restraints Required: Yes Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Children (3) three years and younger are required to be in a federally approved child restraint seat, ages (4) four and (5) five may be secured by a seat belt or safety seat. NHTSA recommends all children from 40 to 80 pounds and less than 4 foot 9 inches be properly restrained in a booster seat.
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