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Instead of dedicating a whole day to paperwork, with eTags you can just get on your cellphone to put in your request for a title replacement. You can easily upload the documents needed, submit proof of ID, and complete you application entirely online.
Plus, you can ask us to ship your MD duplicate title to any address you wish, not just what’s filed with the MVA.
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Aside from stolen or lost title, you may also ask for a duplicate title if the lien on your vehicle has been paid-off, or if the title has been assigned to the wrong owner(s). Another reason for a title replacement in Maryland is if you’re returning back to MD from another state. You may be given a duplicate title if your vehicle was previously titled in MD in the same name(s) as the out-of-state one.
When you’re ready to sell your vehicle and can’t locate your title, just complete a duplicate title request online with eTags. You can then use that duplicate title to transfer ownership to your buyer.
The MD MVA can place a “flag” on your vehicle if a local police agency or other jurisdiction requests it. The most common MD flags are connected to unresolved issues like auto insurance compliance, parking ticket, speeding, and emissions inspection. The flag is typically placed AFTER you’ve failed to fix the issue.
If you have a flag on your vehicle, know that it’ll prevent you from renewing your tags. Your specific issue must be resolved before getting your registration. For specific flags, such as a parking or toll violation and a red-light violation, you will have to pay an additional administrative fee to the MVA besides resolving the actual flag; for example, paying your parking ticket.
For a duplicate title in MD, an Application For Duplicate Certificate of Title (Form VR-108) has to be completed. You also need your MD driver’s license. If your vehicle is co-owned, you must include the co-owner’s name and signature on the title replacement form. If your vehicle is under a business name, it’s the person who’s legally allowed to sign that needs to place their signature on the form, as well as state their capacity. The same with a vehicle under a trust.
In certain situations, a representative of the vehicle owner can apply for a duplicate title. In those cases, the representative may need extra documents such as a letter of administration which allows a rep for a deceased person to act on their behalf. Other possible documents include death certificate, trustee appointment order, or a power of attorney which will ensure the duplicate title is sent by mail to the vehicle owner.
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