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Old 02-20-2005, 07:12 PM   #1
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Hi, guys..

I think it will be your last help...
I 've been getting a lot of advice especially for repair and maintenance...
Due to your help, I maintained my bonny well and I sold my car without any problem.

It was great, as soon as I put the ad banner on my car, lot of peoples asked me about the price and mileage... and it sold to a man...

Problem is that I lost my title when I was packing my stuffs.
How long doest it take to get a new title?.
I really don't have a time...

Any special document should I bring more than registrataion card and driver'* license?.
Please advise me...
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Old 02-20-2005, 07:25 PM   #2
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You should get in contact with the OH DMV. They will be your only aid in getting a replacement title. They'll also be able to tell you how long the process takes.
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I should think your Drivers license, and maybe car insurance card should be sufficient. Just call the title transfer office before you go and ask what papers you will need to apply for a duplicate title, and possibly if you can get the duplicate title put directly into the new owners name.
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i had exact same problem in mich. went to sect of state with new owner and transfered title to him with no problem.
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it takes about 5 minutes and a valid id and about 20 bucks. i have had to get quite a few of these. thats why i have 2 copys of my drivers license. i lose one and then find the other. i would prob lose my head it it wasnt connected!!! lol
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