Rule Change For New Car Titles And Plates
Beginning July 1st, consumers will have up to 45 days after purchasing a vehicle to get the vehicle titled and plated. Previously, consumers only had 31 days to get the vehicle titled and plated after purchase. To accommodate the change, paper interim license plates issued to consumers by dealers during vehicle purchases after June 30, 2016 will be valid for 45 days. In addition, automobile dealers will have up to 31 days after the date of sale to deliver a title to a consumer if the title cannot be provided at the time of the sale. Consumers who do not receive their title within the 31 day deadline should contact the Secretary of State’s office. Complaints may be submitted online at in.gov/sos/dealer or by calling 317-234-7190.
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