Q) My husband sold his Van in August 2022, the new owner kept the license tag because my husband was I’ll at the time of him buying it and said he would return it asap. My husband filed a surrender of vehicle tag, but he passed away Oct 3, 2022. How do I get a copy of that? I am getting bills from Sunpass but it’s the new owner driving it. Can you help me please? I filed a police report because someone told me as needed to do that.
Q) I’m sorry for your loss. It sounds like you are dealing with a difficult situation with the sale of your husband’s van and the new owner’s failure to return the license tag.
To get a copy of the surrender of vehicle tag form that your husband filed, you will need to contact the agency that processed the form. This is typically the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or the equivalent agency in your state. You should be able to request a copy of the form by contacting the agency in person, by phone, or online. You may need to provide some personal information and/or identification in order to request the form.
If you are receiving bills from Sunpass for tolls that the new owner of the van has incurred, you will need to contact Sunpass to resolve the issue. You may need to provide proof that the van has been sold and that you are no longer responsible for tolls charged to the vehicle. It’s a good idea to keep copies of any documents related to the sale of the van, such as the bill of sale, in case you need to provide them to Sunpass or the DMV.
If you have already filed a police report regarding the issue with the license tag, you should follow up with the police to see if there are any updates on the investigation. The police may be able to help you locate the new owner of the van and retrieve the license tag.
I hope this information is helpful. If you have any further questions or need additional assistance, don’t hesitate to ask.