How to Transfer Car Title in Texas
When selling your car, there is a little paperwork that needs to be done. But we want to make it as easy as possible to transfer car title in Texas. The process of Texas title transfer is actually pretty simple.
How to Sign Over a Texas Car Title
- Sign your name on the front of the title for “Owner/Agent”.
- Sign and Print your name on the back of the title for “Owner/Agent”.
- Print the name of the car buyer on the back of the title.
Make sure to double check the front and back of the title to confirm the information. It is important not to make any mistakes or errant marks on your title. Not only could it cause confusion in verifying ownership, but it could cause you to need to replace the title all together. In the event you do damage or lose your Texas car title, you can get it replaced at the DMV.
How to Replace Lost Title in Texas
Whether you need to replace or duplicate a vehicle title in Texas, the steps are easy. Even though it’s possible to sell a car with no title, getting your title replaced provides the safest and highest paying options.
- Fill out Form VTR-34 from the Texas DMV.
- Provide a copy of your Photo ID for all owners.
- Pay the fee (Mail – $2, In Person – $5.45) by check, cashier’s check, or money order made out to Texas Department of Motor Vehicles.
To apply by mail, send the documents and payment to: 1601 Southwest Parkway, Suite A, Wichita Falls, TX 76302.
To apply in person, visit your local Texas DMV and make sure to schedule an appointment.
We Buy Cars in Texas, With or Without Title
InstantOffer.com works with car sellers regardless of title status. Our local Texas car buyers buy cars with clean titles, salvage titles, and even cars with no title. We’re happy to help you figure out your title status of you’re
We give instant cash offers for cars in Texas no matter the condition of your car. We buy junk cars in cities all over Texas, so no matter how much of a clunker your junker is, we can pick it up free of charge. All cars are towed by us at to cost to you, even if your offer seems to good to be true.