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While most cars that we take in are junk, and are not in any condition to drive on Connecticut roads, we are bound by the laws set up by the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Connecticut Motor Vehicle requires that any vehicle 1981 and newer MUST have a certificate of title to transfer ownership.  If you do not have the title for the vehicle, you will have to go to the DMV and file for a lost title.  Lost title processing has a fee of $25.00.  In some cases, your title is on file at DMV, and you will be able to just pick up the title without paying a fee.

Vehicles that are 1980 and older do not require a title to dispose of, but it is recommended and preferred.  Although, if you are unable to find the title, a bill of sale or old registration certificate with your name and the vehicles identification number on it is considered enough proof of ownership.

If you are unable to determine the year of your vehicle, the easiest way is to look at the VIN.  (Vehicle Identification Number).  If the VIN is 17 characters long, and the last six digits are numbers, your vehicle is 1981 or newer and will require a certificate of title to transfer ownership.

If you still have a question, feel free to contact us about your question.


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