Form Dmv Vtr 34 PDF Details

Form DMV VTR 34 is a Vehicle Registration/Title Transfer form that you will need to complete when transferring the ownership of a vehicle in California. The form requires information about the seller, buyer and vehicle, as well as signatures from both parties. Be sure to have all the necessary information available before beginning the process.

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Texas Department of Motor Vehicles

Information

Application for a

Certified Copy of Title

This form is used to apply for a Certified Copy of Texas Title for a motor vehicle if the original Texas Certificate of Title is lost, stolen, or mutilated. A Certified Copy of Texas Title replaces the original Texas Certificate of Title and any previously issued Certified Copy of Texas Title. The applicant (person signing this application) must be the owner or lienholder on the department’s motor vehicle record, or an authorized agent of the owner/lienholder. Submit this completed application and all required documents in person or by mail to a Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) Regional Service Center (see page 2 for locations).

Note: All original documents (or certified copies of documents) submitted to a TxDMV Regional Service Center will be returned.

IMPORTANT: Application Checklist

Check each box to acknowledge the following requirements are met:

The fee is $2.00 by mail or $5.45 in person.

Mailed fees must be in the form of a personal check, cashier's check, or money order payable to the TxDMV. Do not mail cash. Credit/debit cards and temporary checks are not accepted. Fees are non-refundable.

Copy of acceptable government issued photo ID for -each recorded owner and/or agent is required.

Refer to “Applicant Identification Requirements” on page 2 for requirements. All IDs must be valid and expired not more than 12 months. Note: Photocopies, faxes, or scans are acceptable for photo identification (ID), employee ID, business cards, and powers of attorney.

Original signature(s) are required on this application (black or blue ink).

If the vehicle is jointly owned, original signatures are required of -each owner or a power of attorney is required for each owner. Original, signed release of lien is required if a lien is shown on the department’s record.

An original, signed release of lien must be obtained from the lienholder(s) when the current owner named on the vehicle record financed the vehicle and when a lender(s) remains listed as a lienholder on the department’s vehicle record. This original, signed release of lien must be submitted with the application even if the vehicle loan has been paid in full. The department cannot automatically remove a lien from a vehicle record. Refer to the “Lien on Title Record” section on page 2. Note: Photocopies, scans, faxes, and emails are not acceptable.

An acceptable form of signature authority is required if applying on behalf of an entity or using a power of attorney.

Refer to “Entity Applicant” or “Using Power(s) of Attorney” in the “Applicant Identification Requirements” section on page 2 for requirements.

Vehicle Information

Vehicle Identification Number

Year

Make

Body Style

Model

 

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Title/Document Number (if unknown, leave blank)

Texas License Plate Number (if unknown, leave blank)

 

Recipient Information – To whom the certified copy will be given or mailed

 

First Name (or Entity Name)

Middle Name

Last Name

Suffix (if any)

Mailing Address

City

State

Zip

Email

Phone Number

Government Issued Identification – Complete (as needed) and provide photocopy of each ID (see page 2)

Type: U.S. Driver License/ID Card Issued By (state or country)

ID Number

Expiration Date

Passport Other

Type: U.S. Driver License/ID Card

Issued By (state or country)

ID Number

Expiration Date

Passport

Other

 

 

 

Type: U.S. Driver License/ID Card

Issued By (state or country)

ID Number

Expiration Date

Passport Other

Type: U.S. Driver License/ID Card Issued By (state or country)

ID Number

Expiration Date

Passport

Other

 

 

Certification – State law makes falsifying information a third degree felony

I, the undersigned, hereby certify I am the recorded owner, lienholder, or verified agent of the owner or lienholder of the vehicle described above, and the original title issued for the vehicle has been lost, destroyed, or mutilated.

Signature of Applicant/Owner

Printed Name (Same as Signature)

Date

Signature of Additional Applicant(s)/Owner(s) (if any)

Printed Name (Same as Signature)

Date

VTR-34 Rev 04/19

Form available online at www.TxDMV.gov

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Application for a Certified Copy of Title

IMPORTANT: Applicant Identification Requirements

Complete the “Government Issued Identification” section on page 1 with the applicable information for each ID required below:

Individual Applicant(s)

If a vehicle is titled in the name of an individual, the individual must sign this application and provide a copy of their government issued photo ID.

MULTIPLE INDIVIDUALS: If a vehicle is titled in the name of multiple individuals, each individual must sign this form, and each must provide a copy of their government issued photo ID.

Entity Applicant

If a vehicle is titled in the name of an entity, an agent representing the entity must sign the application.

Additional Requirements: Agent must provide letter of signature authority on letterhead, printed business card (containing the agent’s name), or employee ID connecting the signing agent to the entity (may be copies) and a copy of the agent’s government issued photo ID.

Lienholder Applicant

If the vehicle has a recorded lien, the lienholder (or an agent of the lienholder) may apply for a Certified Copy of Texas Title and sign the application.

Additional Requirements: If the lienholder is an individual, a copy of the individual’s current government issued photo ID must be provided. If the lienholder is an entity, letter of signature authority on letterhead, printed business card (containing the agent’s name), or employee ID connecting the signing agent to the entity (may be copies) and a copy of the agent’s government issued photo ID must be provided.

Using Power(s) of Attorney

If a power of attorney (POA) is used, the above requirements apply for both the individual or entity granting the POA and the individual or entity being granted POA. For an individual (whether granting or being granted the POA), a copy of that individual’s government issued photo ID is required. For an entity (whether granting or being granted the POA), both a copy of the agent’s government issued photo ID and a letter of signature authority on letterhead, printed business card (with the agent’s name), or employee ID connecting the signing agent to the entity (may be copies) are required.

Notes:

If the recipient is not the applicant but the recipient will be obtaining the Certified Copy of Title in-person, the recipient’s acceptable government issued photo ID is also required at the time they are receiving the Certified Copy of Title.

Court documents, such as divorce decrees and court orders, must be either original documents or certified copies. All original documents (or certified copies of documents) will be returned.

Acceptable Government Issued Photo Identification

The following are the only acceptable forms of government issued photo ID for an Application for Certified Copy of Texas Title:

Driver license or ID issued by a state or territory of the U.S.,

The department will accept an identification for

Texas handgun license,

up to 12 months after expiration.

U.S. or foreign passport,

U.S. military ID,

If an individual other than the owner(s) is

North Atlantic Treaty Organization ID,

ID issued under a Status of Forces Agreement,

receiving the certified copy of title in-person, a

U.S. Department of Homeland Security ID,

valid photo ID of the recipient must be

U.S. Department of State ID,

presented and written on page 1 of this form.

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services ID document.

Lien on Title Record

If the current owner(s) of the motor vehicle had a lien (loan or financing) of any kind on the motor vehicle, even if it has been paid off, the department’s records may still show the lien. Please contact the lienholder and request an original, signed release of lien.

An original, signed release of lien on the lienholder’s original letterhead or on the Prescribed Form for Release of Lien (Form VTR-266) is required if there is a lien shown on the department’s record. A photocopy, scan, fax, or email is not acceptable. If the release of lien is on the Form VTR-266, the lienholder’s agent signing the Form VTR-266 must attach a letter of signature authority on letterhead, printed business card (with the agent’s name), or employee ID that connects the agent to the entity (copies acceptable).

Application by Mail – $2.00 Fee

Mail this application, $2.00 fee, copy of ID(s), and any other documentation to:

Texas Department of Motor Vehicles

1601-A Southwest Parkway

Wichita Falls, TX 76302

Please allow at least 15 days to receive your Certified Copy of Title when mailing an application.

The department is unable to provide a status of an application. Application tracking is unavailable.

Original documentation submitted with the application will be returned to the recipient listed on page 1.

Application in Person – $5.45 Fee

*Applications should not be mailed to the locations below, except Wichita Falls*

ABILENE – 4210 N. Clack St., Abilene, TX 79601

 

HOUSTON – 2110 East Governors Cir., Houston, TX 77092

AMARILLO – 5715 Canyon Dr., Building H, Amarillo, TX 79110

LONGVIEW – 4549 W. Loop 281, Longview, TX 75604

AUSTIN – 1001 E. Parmer Ln., Ste. A, Austin, TX 78753

 

LUBBOCK – 135 Slaton Rd., Lubbock, TX 79404

BEAUMONT – 8550 Eastex Freeway, Beaumont, TX 77708

 

ODESSA – 3901 East Highway 80, Odessa, TX 79761

CORPUS CHRISTI – 602 N. Staples St., Ste. 130, Corpus Christi, TX 78401

PHARR – 600 West Expressway 83, Pharr, TX 78577

DALLAS – 1925 E. Beltline Rd., Ste. 100, Carrollton, TX 75006

 

SAN ANTONIO – 15150 Nacogdoches Rd., Ste. 100, San Antonio, TX 78247

EL PASO – 1227 Lee Trevino, Ste. 100, El Paso, TX 79907

 

WACO – 2203 Austin Ave., Waco, TX 76701

FORT WORTH – 2425 Gravel Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76118

 

WICHITA FALLS 1601-A Southwest Pkwy., Wichita Falls, TX 76302

VTR-34 Rev 04/19

Form available online at www.TxDMV.gov

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