As a busy car dealership, you have a never-ending amount of paperwork and document processing that needs to be accomplished. You also want to provide efficient customer service at the same time. Perhaps you need extra assistance to make that happen. When you need to process several title transfers, you can count on the team at Consolidated Automotive Services of Indiana. We have experience transferring titles across all 50 states. We can help you with this process and answer all of your questions, including the three listed below.
1. When Is the Title Transfer Due?
Each state has its own requirements and due dates for a title transfer to take place. Many DMV offices now offer expedited titling services. While there will be extra fees involved, this process allows a title transfer to be issued the same day or by the next business day. At Consolidated Automotive, we know how to navigate rules and regulations in every state. Our title transfer professionals will complete title transfers for your customers in a timely and efficient manner.
2. What Information Is Required?
While each state may have its own specific requirements, similar information is often required for a vehicle title transfer. This may include:
- Buyer and seller’s name and address
- Date of sale
- Odometer reading
- Vehicle identification number
3. What Documents Are Required?
Anytime you buy or sell a vehicle, there are particular documents required in order to transfer the title to the new owner. Again, these documents may differ according to the state the transaction is taking place, but generally, you will need these documents:
- Original title to the vehicle (no copies accepted)
- Proof of liability insurance
- Damage disclosure statement
- Lien termination statement
We’re Here to Help You
When you need assistance with title transfers, call the experts at Consolidated Automotive. Contact us today by calling (812) 988-8300 or complete our convenient online form. We also provide many other vehicle services such as title and lien searches, duplicate titles, and replacement titles.