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Licensing Information

Definitions (ARS 28-4301, effective Jan. 1, 2006)

“Automotive Recycler” means a person who is engaged in the business of buying or acquiring a motor vehicle solely for the purpose of dismantling, selling or otherwise disposing of the parts or accessories and who dismantles six or more vehicles in a calendar year.

“Broker” means a person who for a fee, commission or other valuable consideration offers to provide, provides or represents that the person will provide a service of arranging or assisting in effecting the purchase of a motor vehicle and who is not

  • a new motor vehicle dealer or an employee or agent of a new motor vehicle dealer.
  • a used motor vehicle dealer or an employee or agent of a used motor vehicle dealer.
  • a manufacturer or an employee or agent of a manufacturer.
  • an auctioneer or engaged in the auto auction business.
  • a wholesale motor vehicle dealer.

“New Motor Vehicle Dealer” means a person who buys, sells, exchanges or offers or attempts to negotiate a sale or exchange of any interest in, or who is engaged in the business of selling, new motor vehicles or used motor vehicles taken in trade on new motor vehicles or used vehicles purchased for resale.

“Public Consignment Auction Dealer” means a person who at the public consignment auction dealer’s established place of business or at an authorized off-premises location pursuant to the requirements of Section 28-4401 in the business of both of the following:

  • Conducting live auctions with a licensed auctioneer verbally calling for and accepting bids
  • Providing live auction services to the public on a consignment contract basis

“Used Motor Vehicle Dealer” means a person, other than a new motor vehicle dealer, who buys, sells, auctions, exchanges or offers or attempts to negotiate a sale or exchange of any interest in, or who is engaged in the business of selling, four or more used motor vehicles in a continuous 12 month period. Used motor vehicle dealer does not include a wholesale motor vehicle auction dealer or public consignment auction dealer.

“Wholesale Motor Vehicle Auction Dealer” means a person who is in the business of providing auction services solely in wholesale transactions to motor vehicle dealers licensed by this state or any other jurisdiction, and who neither buys, sells nor owns the motor vehicles he or she auctions in the ordinary course of business.

“Wholesale Motor Vehicle Dealer” means a person who sells used motor vehicles only to licensed motor vehicle dealers.

Application (ARS 28-4361)

Application must be completed in full and must be signed by the individual, all partners, or an officer of the corporation.

Criminal Records Check (ARS 28-4361C)

Each partner and each applicant who owns 20% or more of an entity and who seeks a new license must provide a personal history form and fingerprint card to enable the Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) to conduct a criminal records check.

The criminal records check may not apply if the application is for a subsequent license, or each partner and each applicant owning 20 percent or more of an entity has completed a criminal records check through MVD during the past five years, or is currently licensed.

An applicant, as referenced above, who has been convicted of fraud or an auto-related felony within the last ten years or any other type of felony within the last five years will have his or her license application denied.

If application is denied, MVD will notify the applicant in writing of the denial and the grounds for the denial. The applicant may appeal the denial by requesting an administrative hearing and, if the denial is upheld, appeal to the Maricopa County Superior Court. See ARS 28-4365 for more information.


WA State Licensing (DOL) Official Site: Transfer ownership of a vehicle when buying from a private party #auto #connection


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2. Gather the information you ll need

Find out how much it will cost by contacting a vehicle licensing office location .

3. Complete all necessary forms

  • Vehicle/Vessel Bill of Sale Completed by you and the seller.
    • Enter sale price This is used to calculate the use tax .
    • Enter zero if it s a gift or inheritance.
  • Vehicle Certificate of Ownership (Title) Application Sign it in front of a:
    • notary public, or
    • licensing agent at an office .

4. Submit your forms and payment

Submit the following to an office :

  • Vehicle/Vessel Bill of Sale,
  • Vehicle Certificate of Ownership (Title) Application,
  • The current vehicle title, and
  • Payment contact an office for the exact amount.

If needed, also submit:

  • Emissions testing report,
  • Affidavit of Loss/Release of Interest, or
  • Odometer Disclosure Statement.

Getting your title

How quickly do you want your title?

  • You can visit or mail your forms and payment to an office .
  • It will take 8 10 weeks to get your title.

If you need it faster than 8 10 weeks:

  • You can visit or mail your forms and fees to a Quick Title office * .
  • It ll cost $50 plus the title fees.

* Note: Quick titles aren t available for snowmobiles, vehicles or boats reported as stolen, insurance or wrecker-destroyed vehicles and boats, or vehicles with WA Rebuilt on the title.

5. Get new license plates

Since the vehicle has changed ownership, you ll need to get new plates.

There are exceptions Plates don t need to be replaced if:

  • You re removing a deceased spouse or domestic partner from the title.
  • You got your vehicle from:
    • your spouse or domestic partner,
    • a family member as a gift or inheritance, or
    • a trust in which the registered owner or their immediate family members are the beneficiaries of the trust.

6. Add the vehicle to your License eXpress account

  • See when your vehicle s tabs are due.
  • Make sure your address is up-to-date.
  • Sign-up or update email renewal notices and more.

WA State Licensing (DOL) Official Site: Mandatory insurance for drivers in Washington #used #cars


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Getting a driver license: Mandatory insurance

If you drive a vehicle that is required to be registered in Washington State, you must have one of the following:

The auto insurance policy must have limits of at least:

  • $25,000 of bodily injury or death of 1 person in any 1 accident.
  • $50,000 of bodily injury or death of any 2 people in any 1 accident.
  • $10,000 of injury to or destruction of property of others in any 1 accident.

Required proof of auto insurance

Any time you drive in Washington, you must be prepared to show your auto insurance identification card to law enforcement. You will get this identification card from your auto insurance company when you buy a policy. The card must include all of the following:

  • Name of the insurance company.
  • Policy number.
  • Effective date of the policy.
  • Expiration date of the policy.
  • Description of the year, make, or model of the insured vehicles, or the name of the insured driver. The word fleet may be used for more than 5 vehicles owned by the same person or business.

Failing to show this proof of insurance is a traffic infraction. Knowingly providing false evidence of coverage is a misdemeanor.

If you have 26 or more vehicles, you may qualify for self-insurance. For more information, contact us at:

Driver Records

Department of Licensing

PO Box 9030

Olympia, WA 98507-9030

Required proof of self insurance

Any time you operate a vehicle in Washington, you must be prepared to show your self insurance certificate to law enforcement. The certificate may be printed on any size document and must include all of the following:

  • Self insurance certificate number we issued to you.
  • Effective date of the certificate.
  • Description of the year, make, or model of the covered vehicles, or the name of the covered driver. The word fleet may be used in place of the vehicle description.

Failing to show proof is a traffic infraction. Knowingly providing false evidence of coverage is a misdemeanor.

If you want to apply for a certificate of deposit

  1. Submit the Financial Responsibility Application and Affidavit form to us.
  2. After we ve received your form. we ll confirm you qualify. If you qualify, we ll mail or email you to request that you, your financial institution, or securities firm submit the following within 30 days.
    • Assignment of Monies or Securities for Financial Responsibility and
    • Financial statements

If we don t receive all documents within 30 days. we ll send you a denial letter.

If we don t receive proof of payment. we can t process your application.

What s the minimum deposit amount?

The certificate of deposit must be for at least $60,000. You can make a deposit of collateral with us (DOL) or in a bank account set up for the State of Washington.

You must show proof of your certificate of deposit

Any time you operate a vehicle in Washington, you must be prepared to show proof of your certificate of deposit to law enforcement. The information may be printed on any size document and include the following:

  • Certificate number issued by us (DOL) and
  • Name of the covered driver.

Failing to show proof of insurance is a traffic infraction. Knowingly providing false evidence of coverage is a misdemeanor.

The bond must be for at least $60,000, and must be filed by a surety bond company authorized to do business in Washington.

Required proof of liability bond

Any time you operate a vehicle in Washington, you must be prepared to show proof of your liability bond to law enforcement. The information may be printed on any size document and must include all of the following:

  • Name of the company that issued the bond.
  • Bond number.
  • Name of the covered driver.

Failing to show this proof of insurance is a traffic infraction. Knowingly providing false evidence of coverage is a misdemeanor.

Penalties

Operating a vehicle without the required coverage is a traffic infraction punishable by a fine of at least $450.

Exceptions

You don t need to have insurance when you operate a vehicle registered as any of the following:

  • Motorcycle. (RCW 46.04.330 )
  • Motor-driven cycle. (RCW 46.04.332 )
  • Moped. (RCW 46.04.304)
  • Horseless carriage over 40 years old (RCW 46.18.255 )
  • State or publicly-owned vehicle. (RCW 46.16.020 )
  • Common or contract carrier with the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission.

Vehicles registered in another state

When you drive a vehicle in Washington that is required to be registered in another state, you must have the type of insurance required by that state. You must be able to provide proof of this insurance to law enforcement if requested.

Related laws and rules

Vehicle registration

  • RCW 46.16: Vehicle licenses (defines what vehicles are required to be registered in Washington)

State of New Jersey – Motor Vehicle Commission – Business Licensing #auto #refinance #rates


#auto body shops
#You need a license to run an auto body repair facility. MVC issues different auto body repair licenses based on the types of repairs the facility will perform:

    Full service Auto body limited Auto body new dealer sublet


A heavy duty vehicle endorsement is required for all licensed auto body repair facilities repairing vehicles weighing 14,000 pounds (GVWR) or more.

TO: LICENSEES/APPLICANTS FOR AN AUTO BODY REPAIR FACILITY LICENSE

RE: INSURANCE COVERAGE REQUIREMENTS FOR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY AND FOR LIABILITY ARISING FROM BODILY INJURY

Pursuant to N.J.S.A.39:13-2.1, effective immediately, please note the following amendments to the insurance coverage requirements for damage to property and for liability arising from bodily injury which an auto body repair facility must maintain for a full service license.

  • Full service license auto body facilities shall maintain insurance coverage for damage to property and for liability arising from bodily injury, including, but not limited to: eligible garage liability or equivalent commercial general liability insurance in a minimum amount of $300,000 or a letter of credit in the amount of $300,000; garage keepers liability insurance in a minimum amount of $50,000 or a letter of credit in the amount of $50,000.
  • Limited full service license applicants and licensees must also comply with these requirements.

How to get an auto body repair license

    Download the Auto Body Repair Application [1.19m pdf]. Mail the completed form to:

Motor Vehicle Commission

Business Licensing Services Bureau

P.O. Box 172

225 East State Street

Trenton, NJ 08666-0172

You and your place of business will be fully investigated after receipt of the completed application

Requirements for auto body repair licensing:

    You must be 18 years of age Have legal capacity to contract and be liable for all debt incurred Exhibit character and responsibility Have no criminal record Considered a proper person according to N.J.S.A. 39:13.4


Each application must also be accompanied by proof of the following:
    Certificate of occupancy Written approval by the municipal clerk or zoning officer confirming that the location, establishment and maintenance was approved Child support forms New Jersey sales tax ID number. New Jersey Unemployment registration number Federal employer ID number Color photograph for each officer the shop Fingerprint request notification form Color photographs of the facility displaying the advertised sign $350 Initial Fee $20 Non-refundable application fee


In the case that there are multiple locations for an auto body repair facility, you will need to submit separate applications for each place of business

Full service requirements

The facility must be suitable to conduct all operations and have municipal and state licenses, permits and registrations, including:

    Federal Tax ID number New Jersey Sales Tax number Hazardous waste disposal systems Stack permits and any other applicable license, permits and registrations Maintain insurance coverage for damage to property and for liability arising from bodily injury. This includes but is not limited to: Garage keepers liability insurance Workers’ compensation insurance Fire insurance Any other coverage required by MVC Have and maintain an auto body repair facility reference source (ledger or computerized) for estimating the cost of repairs Equipment to safely raise and support vehicles for inspection during repair. A metal inert gas welder For all spray painting: An enclosed area for refinishing which complies with all applicable safety, fire, environmental and other regulations The means to supply fresh air to workers within the spray area A filtration method to reduce particles from the air exhausted from the spray area with standards established by the state or federal government Necessary equipment to perform structural repairs, four-wheel alignment, vehicle air conditioner servicing and mechanical repairs Provide evidence that at least one employee or 10% (whichever is greater) of employees have completed a recognized auto body repair related training course during the year immediately preceding the application for an initial renewal of license


An auto body repair facility may also qualify for a full service license if it meets all of the above conditions and has a written agreement to subcontract with another licensed ABR.

Limited auto body requirements

You may qualify for a limited auto body repair license if it meets all of the requirements for a full service facility except those items for spray painting, as long as you have a written agreement with a full service license auto body repair facility to complete the spray painting for you.

Civil penalties

    If you violate any regulations set forth by the state, you will face the following penalties First offense: no more than $5,000 Second and each subsequent offense: no more than $20,000 The civil penalty will be issued in the name of the Chief Administrator and shall be collected and enforced by summary proceedings In the event of continued or serious violations, the Chief Administrator may suspend your license and require you to cease operations during the time of suspension


State of New Jersey – Motor Vehicle Commission – Business Licensing #cheap #auto #parts #free #shipping


#auto body shops
#You need a license to run an auto body repair facility. MVC issues different auto body repair licenses based on the types of repairs the facility will perform:

    Full service Auto body limited Auto body new dealer sublet


A heavy duty vehicle endorsement is required for all licensed auto body repair facilities repairing vehicles weighing 14,000 pounds (GVWR) or more.

TO: LICENSEES/APPLICANTS FOR AN AUTO BODY REPAIR FACILITY LICENSE

RE: INSURANCE COVERAGE REQUIREMENTS FOR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY AND FOR LIABILITY ARISING FROM BODILY INJURY

Pursuant to N.J.S.A.39:13-2.1, effective immediately, please note the following amendments to the insurance coverage requirements for damage to property and for liability arising from bodily injury which an auto body repair facility must maintain for a full service license.

  • Full service license auto body facilities shall maintain insurance coverage for damage to property and for liability arising from bodily injury, including, but not limited to: eligible garage liability or equivalent commercial general liability insurance in a minimum amount of $300,000 or a letter of credit in the amount of $300,000; garage keepers liability insurance in a minimum amount of $50,000 or a letter of credit in the amount of $50,000.
  • Limited full service license applicants and licensees must also comply with these requirements.

How to get an auto body repair license

    Download the Auto Body Repair Application [1.19m pdf]. Mail the completed form to:

Motor Vehicle Commission

Business Licensing Services Bureau

P.O. Box 172

225 East State Street

Trenton, NJ 08666-0172

You and your place of business will be fully investigated after receipt of the completed application

Requirements for auto body repair licensing:

    You must be 18 years of age Have legal capacity to contract and be liable for all debt incurred Exhibit character and responsibility Have no criminal record Considered a proper person according to N.J.S.A. 39:13.4


Each application must also be accompanied by proof of the following:
    Certificate of occupancy Written approval by the municipal clerk or zoning officer confirming that the location, establishment and maintenance was approved Child support forms New Jersey sales tax ID number. New Jersey Unemployment registration number Federal employer ID number Color photograph for each officer the shop Fingerprint request notification form Color photographs of the facility displaying the advertised sign $350 Initial Fee $20 Non-refundable application fee


In the case that there are multiple locations for an auto body repair facility, you will need to submit separate applications for each place of business

Full service requirements

The facility must be suitable to conduct all operations and have municipal and state licenses, permits and registrations, including:

    Federal Tax ID number New Jersey Sales Tax number Hazardous waste disposal systems Stack permits and any other applicable license, permits and registrations Maintain insurance coverage for damage to property and for liability arising from bodily injury. This includes but is not limited to: Garage keepers liability insurance Workers’ compensation insurance Fire insurance Any other coverage required by MVC Have and maintain an auto body repair facility reference source (ledger or computerized) for estimating the cost of repairs Equipment to safely raise and support vehicles for inspection during repair. A metal inert gas welder For all spray painting: An enclosed area for refinishing which complies with all applicable safety, fire, environmental and other regulations The means to supply fresh air to workers within the spray area A filtration method to reduce particles from the air exhausted from the spray area with standards established by the state or federal government Necessary equipment to perform structural repairs, four-wheel alignment, vehicle air conditioner servicing and mechanical repairs Provide evidence that at least one employee or 10% (whichever is greater) of employees have completed a recognized auto body repair related training course during the year immediately preceding the application for an initial renewal of license


An auto body repair facility may also qualify for a full service license if it meets all of the above conditions and has a written agreement to subcontract with another licensed ABR.

Limited auto body requirements

You may qualify for a limited auto body repair license if it meets all of the requirements for a full service facility except those items for spray painting, as long as you have a written agreement with a full service license auto body repair facility to complete the spray painting for you.

Civil penalties

    If you violate any regulations set forth by the state, you will face the following penalties First offense: no more than $5,000 Second and each subsequent offense: no more than $20,000 The civil penalty will be issued in the name of the Chief Administrator and shall be collected and enforced by summary proceedings In the event of continued or serious violations, the Chief Administrator may suspend your license and require you to cease operations during the time of suspension


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WA State Licensing (DOL) Official Site: Transfer ownership of a vehicle when buying from a private party #auto #parts #online


#auto bill of sale
#

2. Gather the information you ll need

Find out how much it will cost by contacting a vehicle licensing office location .

3. Complete all necessary forms

  • Vehicle/Vessel Bill of Sale Completed by you and the seller.
    • Enter sale price This is used to calculate the use tax .
    • Enter zero if it s a gift or inheritance.
  • Vehicle Certificate of Ownership (Title) Application Sign it in front of a:
    • notary public, or
    • licensing agent at an office .

4. Submit your forms and payment

Submit the following to an office :

  • Vehicle/Vessel Bill of Sale,
  • Vehicle Certificate of Ownership (Title) Application,
  • The current vehicle title, and
  • Payment contact an office for the exact amount.

If needed, also submit:

  • Emissions testing report,
  • Affidavit of Loss/Release of Interest, or
  • Odometer Disclosure Statement.

Getting your title

How quickly do you want your title?

  • You can visit or mail your forms and payment to an office .
  • It will take 8 10 weeks to get your title.

If you need it faster than 8 10 weeks:

  • You can visit or mail your forms and fees to a Quick Title office * .
  • It ll cost $50 plus the title fees.

* Note: Quick titles aren t available for snowmobiles, vehicles or boats reported as stolen, insurance or wrecker-destroyed vehicles and boats, or vehicles with WA Rebuilt on the title.

5. Get new license plates

Since the vehicle has changed ownership, you ll need to get new plates.

There are exceptions Plates don t need to be replaced if:

  • You re removing a deceased spouse or domestic partner from the title.
  • You got your vehicle from:
    • your spouse or domestic partner,
    • a family member as a gift or inheritance, or
    • a trust in which the registered owner or their immediate family members are the beneficiaries of the trust.

6. Add the vehicle to your License eXpress account

  • See when your vehicle s tabs are due.
  • Make sure your address is up-to-date.
  • Sign-up or update email renewal notices and more.

WA State Licensing (DOL) Official Site: Report of sale #national #auto #finance


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Report of sale

Overview

  1. Find out why you should file
  2. Gather the information you’ll need
  3. File your report
  4. Update your Good-to-Go! account, if needed

1. Find out why you should file

Whenever you sell or give up ownership of a vehicle (including cars, trucks, motorcycles, registered off-road vehicles, and trailers), file a report of sale so you re not held liable for any tolling bills, towing charges, or civil and criminal liabilities incurred by the new owner.

The new owner is responsible for transferring the title .

File a report of sale any time you:

  • Sell,
    • Privately,
    • On consignment, or
    • Out of state (Must have a WA license plate),
  • Trade to a private party or dealer,
  • Gift,
  • Donate,
  • Give to a wrecking yard,
  • Turn over to an insurance company, or
  • Dispose of your vehicle.

2. Gather the information you’ll need

  • License plate number,
  • Date of the sale or transfer,
  • Sale price enter zero if a gift or inheritance,
  • Name and address of the person or organization who took ownership of the vehicle, and
  • VIN Vehicle ID number.

Make sure everything is correct before you file. If you find an error after you ve filed, you ll have to visit a vehicle licensing location to explain the error. The report will be deleted and you ll need to file another one.

3. File your report

You should file within 21 days. There s no late fee for filing after 21 days, but you may be held liable for any financial, criminal or civil liabilities that the new owner may incur. It s in your best interest to file as soon as possible.


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Licensing Information

Definitions (ARS 28-4301, effective Jan. 1, 2006)

“Automotive Recycler” means a person who is engaged in the business of buying or acquiring a motor vehicle solely for the purpose of dismantling, selling or otherwise disposing of the parts or accessories and who dismantles six or more vehicles in a calendar year.

“Broker” means a person who for a fee, commission or other valuable consideration offers to provide, provides or represents that the person will provide a service of arranging or assisting in effecting the purchase of a motor vehicle and who is not

  • a new motor vehicle dealer or an employee or agent of a new motor vehicle dealer.
  • a used motor vehicle dealer or an employee or agent of a used motor vehicle dealer.
  • a manufacturer or an employee or agent of a manufacturer.
  • an auctioneer or engaged in the auto auction business.
  • a wholesale motor vehicle dealer.

“New Motor Vehicle Dealer” means a person who buys, sells, exchanges or offers or attempts to negotiate a sale or exchange of any interest in, or who is engaged in the business of selling, new motor vehicles or used motor vehicles taken in trade on new motor vehicles or used vehicles purchased for resale.

“Public Consignment Auction Dealer” means a person who at the public consignment auction dealer’s established place of business or at an authorized off-premises location pursuant to the requirements of Section 28-4401 in the business of both of the following:

  • Conducting live auctions with a licensed auctioneer verbally calling for and accepting bids
  • Providing live auction services to the public on a consignment contract basis

“Used Motor Vehicle Dealer” means a person, other than a new motor vehicle dealer, who buys, sells, auctions, exchanges or offers or attempts to negotiate a sale or exchange of any interest in, or who is engaged in the business of selling, four or more used motor vehicles in a continuous 12 month period. Used motor vehicle dealer does not include a wholesale motor vehicle auction dealer or public consignment auction dealer.

“Wholesale Motor Vehicle Auction Dealer” means a person who is in the business of providing auction services solely in wholesale transactions to motor vehicle dealers licensed by this state or any other jurisdiction, and who neither buys, sells nor owns the motor vehicles he or she auctions in the ordinary course of business.

“Wholesale Motor Vehicle Dealer” means a person who sells used motor vehicles only to licensed motor vehicle dealers.

Application (ARS 28-4361)

Application must be completed in full and must be signed by the individual, all partners, or an officer of the corporation.

Criminal Records Check (ARS 28-4361C)

Each partner and each applicant who owns 20% or more of an entity and who seeks a new license must provide a personal history form and fingerprint card to enable the Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) to conduct a criminal records check.

The criminal records check may not apply if the application is for a subsequent license, or each partner and each applicant owning 20 percent or more of an entity has completed a criminal records check through MVD during the past five years, or is currently licensed.

An applicant, as referenced above, who has been convicted of fraud or an auto-related felony within the last ten years or any other type of felony within the last five years will have his or her license application denied.

If application is denied, MVD will notify the applicant in writing of the denial and the grounds for the denial. The applicant may appeal the denial by requesting an administrative hearing and, if the denial is upheld, appeal to the Maricopa County Superior Court. See ARS 28-4365 for more information.


WA State Licensing (DOL) Official Site: Transfer ownership of a vehicle when buying from a private party #auto #shipping #rates


#auto bill of sale
#

2. Gather the information you ll need

Find out how much it will cost by contacting a vehicle licensing office location .

3. Complete all necessary forms

  • Vehicle/Vessel Bill of Sale Completed by you and the seller.
    • Enter sale price This is used to calculate the use tax .
    • Enter zero if it s a gift or inheritance.
  • Vehicle Certificate of Ownership (Title) Application Sign it in front of a:
    • notary public, or
    • licensing agent at an office .

4. Submit your forms and payment

Submit the following to an office :

  • Vehicle/Vessel Bill of Sale,
  • Vehicle Certificate of Ownership (Title) Application,
  • The current vehicle title, and
  • Payment contact an office for the exact amount.

If needed, also submit:

  • Emissions testing report,
  • Affidavit of Loss/Release of Interest, or
  • Odometer Disclosure Statement.

Getting your title

How quickly do you want your title?

  • You can visit or mail your forms and payment to an office .
  • It will take 8 10 weeks to get your title.

If you need it faster than 8 10 weeks:

  • You can visit or mail your forms and fees to a Quick Title office * .
  • It ll cost $50 plus the title fees.

* Note: Quick titles aren t available for snowmobiles, vehicles or boats reported as stolen, insurance or wrecker-destroyed vehicles and boats, or vehicles with WA Rebuilt on the title.

5. Get new license plates

Since the vehicle has changed ownership, you ll need to get new plates.

There are exceptions Plates don t need to be replaced if:

  • You re removing a deceased spouse or domestic partner from the title.
  • You got your vehicle from:
    • your spouse or domestic partner,
    • a family member as a gift or inheritance, or
    • a trust in which the registered owner or their immediate family members are the beneficiaries of the trust.

6. Add the vehicle to your License eXpress account

  • See when your vehicle s tabs are due.
  • Make sure your address is up-to-date.
  • Sign-up or update email renewal notices and more.