Q) I have AZ Car Title but it was sent out of state to previous address. I have a 90day AZ registration now. Can I register the Car fully now without my Title in hand?? I do have the Title# etc and 90 day AZ registration and all the documents needed. Or do I have to wait? to fwd my already valid AZ Title .. to register the car
A) To register your car fully without having the physical title in hand, you will typically need to follow the specific requirements and procedures of the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) Motor Vehicle Division. Here are some general steps you can consider:
- Contact the ADOT: Reach out to the Arizona Department of Transportation’s Motor Vehicle Division and explain your situation. Inquire about their process for registering a vehicle without the physical title and provide them with the Title number and any other relevant details you have.
- Provide necessary documentation: Gather all the required documents for vehicle registration, such as proof of identity, proof of residency, proof of insurance, and any other documents specified by the ADOT. Be prepared to provide the Title number and other identifying information related to the vehicle.
- Submit the application: Complete the necessary application forms provided by the ADOT for vehicle registration. Include all the required information and any supporting documentation they request. You may need to provide a copy of the Title or any other relevant information you have on hand.
- Pay the fees: Be prepared to pay the registration fees and any applicable taxes or other charges. The ADOT will provide you with the specific fee structure and payment options.
- Follow the ADOT’s instructions: It’s important to follow any instructions or guidance provided by the ADOT during the registration process. They may request additional documentation or require you to take further steps to complete the registration.
It’s important to note that the exact requirements and procedures may vary depending on your specific circumstances and the policies of the ADOT. It’s recommended to contact the ADOT directly for accurate and up-to-date information regarding your situation. They will be able to provide you with the most relevant guidance and assistance.