If you’re looking to get a copy of your car title in Kansas, you’ll need to follow a few simple steps. In this blog post, we’ll outline the process so you can get your title as soon as possible.
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Head to your local Kansas DMV office with your driver’s license, vehicle registration and proof of insurance.
You will need to provide the following documents to the Kansas DMV office:
-A completed vehicle title application. You can find this form on the Kansas DMV website.
-Your driver’s license.
-Your vehicle registration.
-Proof of insurance.
Fill out an Application for Certificate of Title.
You must have a Certificate of Title to legally operate a motor vehicle on Kansas highways. To get a vehicle’s Certificate of Title, the owner must firstly fill out an Application for Certificate of Title. You can do this by going to the nearest Kansas DMV office or by mail. You will need to provide the following information:
-The car’s make, model, year, and vehicle identification number (VIN)
-Your name and address
-The names and addresses of any lien holders on the vehicle
-The date of purchase and purchase price
-The odometer reading as of the date of sale
-A Bill of Sale, if the car is less than 10 years old and was purchased within the last 60 days
Pay the $10 fee for the title.
You can get a copy of your title by going to any county treasurer’s office and paying the $10 fee for the title. The process takes about two weeks.
Wait to receive your title in the mail.
In Kansas, the Division of Vehicles (DOV) mails car titles to vehicle owners about four to six weeks after a car is purchased. You should receive your title within that time frame if you’re the primary owner listed on the sales contract. However, if you’re not the primary owner or if you have any reason to believe there may be a delay in receiving your title, you can contact the DOV for assistance.