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Did you know that you can put a hold on your car title to prevent its transfer without your knowledge? If you are concerned about the safety of your car title, placing a hold on the title may bring you peace of mind. A vehicle title legally assigns ownership of a vehicle, making it one […]

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If you are a Nebraska resident, a bonded title can be an effective way to recover your vehicle title if you don’t have sufficient evidence of ownership. What is a bonded title? A bonded title is a type of title recovery method that requires the purchase of a surety bond, also known as a vehicle […]

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If you are the borrower of that loan, you’re going to need to contact the lender and have them issue a lien release letter. If you’re the borrower that did not pay that loan back, they might not be as motivated to do it. If you’re a third party that’s innocent that bought this car from […]

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Did you ever wonder why it’s so hard to get a title for an abandoned vehicle or to even file for an abandoned vehicle? In almost all 50 states, filing for an abandoned vehicle means you are giving away the vehicle. You don’t get to keep it. Abandoned vehicles are not “finder’s keepers”. It’s not […]

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Junkyard and salvage auto auctions are great sources for finding cheap vehicles, but buyers beware that not all junk vehicles or junk parts can be titled. Even if the vehicle is in perfect condition, if the VIN is found in the NMVTIS database, you will never be able to title that vehicle. “It’s not a […]

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When you’ve paid off the balance of an auto loan, your bank or lender should send you one of two documents: either a certificate of title or a lien release. But what’s the difference between the two and how do they relate to one another? How does a vehicle lien work? Your lender, who has […]

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A VIN (vehicle identification number) is a specific 17-character string of numbers and letters that uniquely identifies a specific vehicle. Every car has its own VIN, no two cars are exactly alike. But what exactly does the VIN reveal? Is it possible to find out the identity of a car’s owner by looking at its […]

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Title jumping is a federal crime in most US states, and having a jumped title can make it nearly impossible to sell the vehicle, or transfer ownership. If you purchase a vehicle with a jumped title, you may be left with incurred expenses from the previous owner or may end up with a vehicle title […]

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So here’s one of the most common questions that we get—a customer calls up and has a car that they did work on that they fixed up and they want to own the car. Maybe somebody gave it to them and they fixed it up. Maybe they repaired it for somebody and that person didn’t […]

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Vehicle inspections and VIN verifications and DMV procedures may seem bureaucratic but here’s one of the reasons why it’s necessary. According to this article, in Miami, there was a group of people who were stealing vehicles and using some DMV paperwork loopholes to try to get away with auto theft. They arrested many people for […]

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