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QuestionAnswer
Form NameVtr130 Sof
Form Length2 pages
Fillable?No
Fillable fields0
Avg. time to fill out30 sec
Other namestexas vtrsof, form vtr 130 sof, vtr 130 sof, texas bonded title application

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Bonded Title Application or Tax Collector

Hearing Statement of Fact

Vehicle Information

Vehicle Identification Number

 

Year

Make

 

Body Style

 

Model

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vehicle Purchased or Obtained From (Name of Individual or Entity)

Odometer Reading (no tenths)

Purchase Date

Purchase Price

 

 

 

 

 

 

$

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Applicant(s) Information – Print name as it appears on photo identification

 

 

First Name (or Entity Name)

Middle Name

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Suffix (if any)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Additional Applicant First Name (if applicable)

Middle Name

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Suffix (if any)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Address

City

 

State

 

 

 

Zip

 

 

 

 

 

Email (required if submitting this form by mail)

 

Phone Number (required if submitting this form by mail)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Application Explanation

Provide an explanation for requesting a bonded title or tax assessor-collector hearing.

Application Questions – An answer must be provided to ALL questions

Yes

No

1.

Do you live in Texas?

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2.

Are you military personnel stationed in Texas?

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3.

Was the vehicle last titled in Texas? If no, a Law Enforcement Identification Number Inspection (Form VTR-68-A) is required.

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4.

Is the vehicle you are attempting to title an abandoned vehicle?

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5.

Is the vehicle subject to storage or mechanic’s charges?

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6.

Is the vehicle subject to any type of foreclosure lien?

7.

Is the vehicle you are attempting to title a nonrepairable vehicle?

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8.

Is the vehicle you are attempting to title a salvage vehicle? If yes, a Rebuilt Vehicle Statement (Form VTR-61) is required.

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9.

Is the vehicle involved in any pending lawsuits or disputes of ownership?

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10.

Are you in legal possession of the vehicle? If no, provide the physical location of the vehicle and short explanation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11.

Are you in legal control of the vehicle? If no, provide the physical location of the vehicle and short explanation.

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12.

Was the vehicle manufactured for sale or distribution in the United States by a motor vehicle manufacturer?

 

 

If no, proof of compliance with U.S. Department of Transportation safety requirements is required or evidence the vehicle is

 

 

 

 

 

 

an assembled vehicle. If newly assembled, “Yes” is required for question 13.

 

 

13.

Is the vehicle an assembled vehicle from new or used part(s) or a kit that has not been previously titled?

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If yes, a Rebuilt Vehicle Statement (Form VTR-61) and an ASE inspection on Form VTR-64 or VTR-852 are required.

 

 

14.

Is the vehicle complete?

 

 

 

A motor vehicle (such as a passenger car or pickup truck) must have a motor, body, and frame. A motorcycle must have a

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

motor and frame. A trailer must have a bed, frame, and axle assembly. An incomplete motor vehicle will not be titled.

 

 

15.

Is the vehicle 25 or more years old? If yes, what is the current value of the vehicle? $

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Certification – State law makes falsifying information a third degree felony

I, the above listed applicant(s), certify physical inspection of the vehicle identification number (VIN) was made and corresponds to the VIN provided above, and all other information provided on this form is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.

Signature of Applicant

 

Printed Name (Same as Signature)

 

Date

 

 

 

 

 

Signature of Additional Applicant (if any)

 

Printed Name (Same as Signature)

 

Date

VTR-130-SOF Rev 09/17

Form available online at www.TxDMV.gov

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Bonded Title Application or Tax Collector Hearing Statement of Fact

Part 1: Requirements for Obtaining a Bonded Title Rejection Letter

Complete page 1 of this form and submit the following to a TxDMV Regional Service Center:

1.Both pages of this form, Bonded Title Application or Tax Collector Hearing Statement of Fact (VTR-130-SOF).

2.The $15.00 non-refundable processing fee in the form of cash, check, or money order. Do not mail cash.

3.Any evidence of ownership (such as a title, bill of sale, or canceled check) and any other available documentation.

4.The following additional documents, if applicable:

Rebuilt Vehicle Statement (Form VTR-61) if the vehicle is a salvage vehicle that has been repaired, rebuilt, or reconstructed or if the vehicle is newly assembled.

ASE inspection on Form VTR-64 or VTR-852 if the vehicle is newly assembled.

5.If the vehicle does not have a current Texas record, a vehicle identification number inspection completed by law enforcement on Form VTR-68-A is required.

6.If mailing this application to a TxDMV Regional Service Center, an email or phone number must be provided.

Each person signing this form must provide a copy of current government issued photo identification (ID). An ID that is expired not more than 12 months is considered current. An agent of the applicant must provide 1) a letter of signature authority on letterhead, printed business card, or an employee identification (all may be copies) and 2) a copy of their current government issued photo ID.

You may be required to leave this application and any additional documentation for processing.

Determining the Value of a Vehicle

Vehicle value is determined by the department using the Standard Presumptive Value (SPV) calculator found on the department’s website at www.TxDMV.gov. If the SPV calculator does not return a value, the department will use a value from a national reference guide. If the department is unable to determine a value, you must obtain an appraisal from a licensed dealer or licensed insurance adjuster on a Motor Vehicle Appraisal for Tax Collector Hearing / Bonded Title (Form VTR-125). The appraisal must be legible, include the appraiser’s business name, address, and license number; and must have the appraiser’s original signature. Contact your local TxDMV Regional Service Center or visit our website at www.TxDMV.gov for additional information.

Part 2: Filing an Application for Texas Title and/or Registration

After this form is processed by a TxDMV Regional Service Center, the following must be submitted to your county tax assessor-collector’s office for the bonded title to be processed or for the tax assessor-collector hearing to be held:

1.Application for Texas Title and/or Registration (Form 130-U).

2.Both pages of this form, Bonded Title Application or Tax Collector Hearing Statement of Fact (VTR-130-SOF).

3.TxDMV Rejection Letter issued by the TxDMV Regional Service Center with all enclosures attached (all documentation submitted to the TxDMV Regional Service Center in Part 1).

4.If proceeding with a bonded title, the original bond (VTR-130-SB) purchased from the surety company (and the accompanying power of attorney, if applicable).

5.Any evidence of ownership (such as a title, bill of sale, or canceled check) and any other available documentation.

6.If applying for registration:

Vehicle Inspection Report issued by a Texas vehicle safety inspection station or

Vehicle Identification Number Certification (Form VTR-270) if a certification option on the form applies.

7.Proof of financial responsibility (liability insurance) in the applicant’s name if applying for registration.

8.Acceptable government issued photo ID (such as a driver license, ID card, or U.S. or foreign passport).

9.A certified weight certificate for any out of state commercial vehicle or any vehicle whose weight cannot be determined.

TxDMV Department Use Only

TxDMV Representative

 

Date

MVDI checked?

Texas record found?

If no Texas record, STOLEN checked?

 

 

 

Yes

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

If no Texas record, ISO Claim Search (VIN decoding) checked?

If no Texas record, was VTR-68-A provided?

Is there a lien less than 10 years old?

Yes

No

 

Yes

No

Yes

No

NMVTIS checked?

Yes

No

NMVTIS brands found?

 

 

 

None Salvage Junk

Flood Damage Replica Rebuilt Salvage Reconstructed

Manufacturer’s Buyback

Other:

 

 

TxDMV $15 receipt for administrative processing fee provided?

Yes

No

TxDMV Rejection Letter with surety responsibility statements?

Yes

No

 

Vehicle Value Established by:

 

Vehicle Value

Bond Amount (vehicle value x 1.5)

 

 

SPV Guide

Appraisal

25+ years old

$

$

 

VTR-130-SOF Rev 09/17

 

Form available online at www.TxDMV.gov

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