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Old 05-20-2009, 11:54 AM   #1
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Default Can you just transfer a title or do you need to register too?

I bought a car last year and transfered the title into my name and didn't register it.

Right now I'm out of state and trying to get my girlfriend to do the same thing, she says her mom told her she's going to need to register it too.

Did they change the law or is she just being a dumbass?

I told her this should take 15 minutes tops and she's just being stupid about it.

I sent her a filled out and signed title and 130-U form.
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Old 05-20-2009, 01:42 PM   #2
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You can do a title only transfer.
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Yea, they got it done, took them two days
Thanks for the reassurance.

PS I even called the tax office to be sure they did it right.
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can you explain this to me? title transfer only? As in for a non-running or race car, right? I've got one I need to do but I just want it in my name, i don't intend on driving it on the street.
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can you explain this to me? title transfer only? As in for a non-running or race car, right? I've got one I need to do but I just want it in my name, i don't intend on driving it on the street.
Yes, you just go online, fill out the 130-U form, have the buyer, seller sign both. Then just take it in and tell them you just want to transfer the title into your name.

If they ask why, tell them whatever.
(not that it's any of their business)I told them the car needs some work when I did it.
Said I'm not sure when I'll have it running and don't want to pay for inspection and everything else until it's running.
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