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How to Transfer Your Car Title in Pennsylvania

How to Complete an Auto Title Transfer in Pennsylvania
  • The buyer and seller will go together to a DMV title office to fill out the back of the title.
  • The buyer will submit the title, an application, ID, and proof of insurance.
  • The buyer will pay the applicable title transfer fees, sales tax, and registration fees.
  • Continue reading for details about car title transfers in Pennsylvania.

Buying and Selling a Vehicle


NOTE: When you buy a vehicle from a Pennsylvania motor vehicle dealer, they will usually handle your car title transfer and registration paperwork for you. Make sure you have PA car insurance, which is required for registration.


In a
private vehicle sale, both the buyer and seller are responsible for completing a DMV title transfer through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT).


The
seller AND buyer must go to

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Used Cars for Sale with Transfer Shipping to Local Dealerships

Enterprise Car Sales

Terms & Conditions

1 Price includes all costs to be paid by a consumer, except for licensing costs, registration fees, and taxes; also not included are title registration, tag, governmental fees, electronic filing charges (excluding CO), any emissions testing and/or state inspection fees, transfer fee, and any finance charges (if applicable). Price does not include processing, administrative, dealer conveyance fee, closing, dealer and handling, or similar fees of $199 or less, except in the following states where the advertised price is inclusive of this fee: CO, FL, GA, KY, MA, NE, NJ, NY, SC, and TN. In WA state, a documentary service fee in an amount up to $150 may be added to the purchase price or capitalized cost. Vehicles subject to prior sale. We make every effort to provide accurate information including but not limited to price, miles and vehicle options, but please verify with your local Enterprise Car
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Motor vehicle registration transfer

Overview

If you acquire, or become the operator of, an ACT registered vehicle, or trailer, you must apply to transfer the vehicle’s registration within 14 days. In addition to the prescribed registration fees, a transfer fee is payable. A late transfer penalty fee will be charged for applications made after the 14 days.

If you aren’t sure what you need to do to transfer the vehicle, use the Registration information and transfer guide to assess what paperwork, inspections, fees and/or any additional requirements you will require.

Access Canberra must confirm your identity prior to completing this transaction. If you do not hold,

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Transfer vehicle ownership

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As well as handing over the keys, the buyer and the seller of a vehicle need to take these steps to transfer its ownership.

Steps for the seller

Steps for the seller

  1. Pick up a Transfer/Tax Form (APV9T) from any Autoplan broker. Due to COVID-19, the Transfer/Tax Form (APV9T) is temporarily available for download; please note that original signatures are still required.
  2. Remove your licence plates from the vehicle you’re selling.
  3. Remove your insurance and registration. The
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DVS Home – Vehicle Title Transfer

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Important Note:

Title applications are received daily and DVS processes requests in the order in which they are received.

A certificate of title is proof of ownership. You may transfer the title of a vehicle at any deputy registrar office. If a vehicle is purchased through a licensed Minnesota dealer, the dealer will take care of the transfer paperwork.

 

Duplicate Title

A duplicate title means that the original title has been lost, mutilated or stolen and the owner had to apply for a replacement. It contains the legend: “This Duplicate Certificate of Title may be subject to the rights of a person under the original certificate.”

 

Lien (Adding or Removing)

The term “security interest” (lien) refers to an agreement between the vehicle owner and the lender (lien holder), using the vehicle as collateral. While the vehicle title is mailed to the owner of the vehicle, a lien card is

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