To request a replacement car title, visit the DMV or tag office in the county where the vehicle is registered. Required documents and forms vary based upon the title-holding state. Typically, requests are only processed for the person or persons listed on the title, and requests may be honored in pe
Replace a lost vehicle title at your state’s Department of Motor Vehicles office by completing an online application form for a certified duplicate title. The DMV only issues replacement titles to owners on record for damaged, stolen or lost vehicle titles. You can also request the duplicate certifi
The application for a duplicate or replacement title, called REG 227, can be downloaded from the California DMV website, as of February 2015. The form, with payment, must be mailed or submitted in person.
A DMV record typically includes a history of the driver’s suspensions, violations and other details. It also has the driver’s personal information including age, name and address.
DMV codes refer to traffic laws imposed at the local level by state governments. Each state maintains a collection of laws that are referred to as traffic or vehicle codes. An individual DMV code is often a section of a broader statute.
The DMV written test contains over 100 different questions and answers, which change regularly according to adjustments in driving laws and local laws, as well as the version of the test being used. The content of each test can vary dramatically.
Each of the 50 states and Washington, D.C. have their own Department of Motor Vehicles, and each of these maintains an independent website. An index of all of these sites can be found at the Nevada DMV website.
The Florida DMV is the state's Department of Motor Vehicles, according to the Florida's Department of Motor Vehicles. The Florida DMV provides services for residents such as car registration, license plate renewals, driver's license tests, learner's permit information and traffic school sessions.
As of September 2015, The California Department of Motor Vehicles has 179 offices across the entire state, including in Bakersfield, Long Beach, Napa, Rancho Cucamonga and Pasadena. California residents can use the DMV website to find locations alphabetically or by proximity to a specific location.
A complete driving record generally requires a small fee as dictated by the involved state. However, information regarding a current license can be obtained for free by contacting the local department of motor vehicles (DMV).