Georgia Vehicle Title Check

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How to Run a Georgia Vehicle Title Check

In Georgia, there are millions of used cars and each of these cars have a story. A Georgia vehicle title check will uncover the truth about that vehicle you may be interested in purchasing. Running this title check is very easy, first you will need to find the 17 digit VIN, or vehicle identification number, of the vehicle in question. Each VIN is unique, like a fingerprint, and no two are the same. Then find an online resources, such as SearchQuarry.com, that offers a GA vehicle history report. This report offers a multitude of vehicle information such as finding out if the vehicle title is clean, recalls and safety issues, a full breakdown of the vehicle’s features and some limited owner information.

Georgia Vehicle TitleTips For Buying a Used Vehicle in Georgia

Buying a used vehicle is Georgia is like purchasing a used car in any other state. It’s a best practice procedure to run a vehicle history report first. Running this report only takes a few moments on any device that has an internet connection. You can find out if the Georgia vehicle title is clean, if there have been any major accidents, recalls and how many owners have owned that vehicle in the past. The vehicle history report will also give you a full breakdown of all the features and specs from the manufacturer. The typical cost is $20 to $30 and is well worth the nominal fee to insure you’re getting a good value on your purchase as well as saving you a lot of headache down the road if there was anything majorly wrong with the vehicle. All you need to run a Georgia vehicle history report is the 17 digit vehicle identification number from the car, truck, SUV or motorcycle. Then use a reputable online resource, like SearchQuarry.com, and find out the truth. If everything checks out then “what you see is what you get” and if there are any discrepancies you might think about trying to get a better deal on the vehicle or just walk away if you’re uncertain. This small amount of homework will most certainly be worth it as vehicles can be very expensive to fix.

Questions To Ask Before Buying a Used Vehicle in Georgia

  1. Is the Georgia vehicle title clean?
  2. Have there been any major accidents?
  3. How many previous owners are there?
  4. Does the mileage on the title say “actual mileage” ?
  5. Are there any recalls or known safety issues?
  6. Does the information on the title match the owner’s driver’s license info?
  7. Does the price match the fair market value for the vehicle

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  1. Ronald Jakubowski says:

    Do pre 1985 vehicles require a title ?

    1. squarryadministrator says:

      Ronald, every vehicle should have a vehicle title. That being said, in the state of Georgia there are a lot of older records that are pre 1985 that have not necessarily been transitioned into digital databases so it’s important to hold onto paperwork such as a vehicle title or deed to a house. It makes it a lot less complicated when buying or selling any assets or property

  2. Hayden M White says:

    I purchased a 2020 Infiniti Q50 3.0T with a salvaged title from an individual in Duluth. The car was totaled due to suspected “flood damage:. When I bought it, it only had 200 miles on it. I had it inspected by a Georgia State certified inspector and it passed and I was told there was no sign of water damage and that it looked like a brand new car and I was getting a great deal. I also had it inspected by a certified auto mechanic and was told the same thing. 2 months later I was filling it up with gad and went to start it and it wouldn’t start, I had my insurance tow it to Nalley Infiniti of Atlanta and was told the engine was shot due to water damage. A used engine is going to cost me $10,880.51. It has 4100 miles on it. Do have any kind of case against this individual for what has happened? He stated car was on a rack protected from any water as a show car. After inspections I thought It was a great deal, come to find out this individual did not tell me the whole truth about the cars shape. Do I have any grounds to go after this individual? Or have anything done?

    1. squarryadministrator says:

      Hayden, it is typically illegal to not disclose that a vehicle is “salvaged” or extensively damaged when selling it. That being said, you may want to contact a lawyer in Georgia to go over your rights and what is listed on the Georgia car title. It sounds like you may have a case but you will need to contact a lawyer to find out how to go about reclaiming some of your lost investment in this car

  3. Lorriane Hogan says:

    lost in a move

    1. squarryadministrator says:

      How to replace a lost Georgia car title

      If you’ve lost your Georgia car title you can order a new one from the the Georgia Department of Revenue website. Download form MV-1 and fill it out and sign it with the relevant car title replacement fee. Mail in the form to the address listed on the MV-1 form. Processing may take several weeks and will be mailed to the address listed on the original Georgia car title.

  4. Ed Wise says:

    Hello,

    I purchased a 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (Vin# 1C4BJWDG5HL738189) from a seller in Tennessee. When I went to the Douglas County Tag Office today to have the title transferred, they told me the vehicle had a salvage title. The seller advertised it as a clean title and I have a clean title from the seller. What I need is information on how to proceed with obtaining a salvage title in Georgia. I will follow the steps you instruct me to do. The following is my contact information:

    Thanks for your help

    1. squarryadministrator says:

      Ed, this is a question for the Georgia DMV. You can call them directly @ 678-413-8400 to make your inquiry about the salvaged vehicle title

  5. Irma Houpt says:

    I need to replace the title for my vehicle. How can i do that?

    1. squarryadministrator says:

      How to order a copy of a Georgia car title?

      1. Visit the Georgia Department of Motor Vehicles website
      2. Fill our a Certificate of Lost Title form T216
      3. Also fill our a Car Title Application form MV1
      4. Provide proof of your driver’s license and insurance
      5. Pay the duplicate car title fee and mail it in
      6. Processing may take a few weeks before you get your new car title

  6. Alexander Gonzalez says:

    How do I go about getting the title of my car or does the DMV have the information in their system

    1. squarryadministrator says:

      You will need to contact the DMV directly to request a duplicate Georgia vehicle title. You can apply to get a duplicate GA car title online.

      How to get a Duplicate Georgia Car Title

      You can get a duplicate car title by visiting the Georgia DMV website and download and filling out the form MV-1 Title/Tag Application. There will be a nominal fee for a duplicate GA car title and it can take several weeks to process and be mailed to you.

Author: squarryadministrator
Last Updated: 2020-10-04

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