How do I get my Florida vehicle title?
In Florida, to obtain a certificate of title you must, at minimum, have the following:
- Proof of identity.
- Proof of ownership.
- Proof of required insurance coverage.
- Complete an Application for Certificate of Title With/Without Registration (HSMV form 82040).
- Pay applicable sales tax and title and registration fees.
How do I get a copy of my electronic title in Florida?
The customer can mail the following to the local tax collector’s office for processing:
- Photo copy of a valid picture ID.
- Written request to have the electronic title printed.
- Print electronic title fee of $2.50 (Printed titles are typically received by the customer within 3-4 weeks.)
How do I schedule a Florida DMV appointment?
To make an appointment online, visit the OASIS, the Online Appointment Service and Information System. Please browse the website prior to making an appointment. The system allows you to resolve many issues online without having to schedule a visit to a DHSMV office.
Do I need a paper title to sell my car in Florida?
If you are selling your vehicle, rather than trading it with a Florida dealership, you will need to request a paper title be printed in order to transfer ownership to the purchaser or by visiting a local motor vehicle service center.
How do I get a copy of the title to my car?
Visit your local Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or Secretary of State’s (SOS) website. These institutions typically allow for people to complete a duplicate title form or title replacement form online to get a replacement if it was lost, stolen, or damaged.
Can I sell my car with an electronic title?
You always have the option to sell your car, but there is often extra effort required when you have an e-title. If you sell or trade your car to a dealership, they will usually handle the electronic title transfer without a problem through access granted to them by the DMV.
Does the DMV hold your title?
States will keep the title on file until it is released by the lien holder. If moving from one State to another you may have to have the lien holder submit a form to the DMV in order to change the title to the new State. Once you own the vehicle outright, then you are normally issued the title.