New Jersey Vehicle Title Search

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How to Run a New Jersey Vehicle Title Search

A New Jersey vehicle title search is a simple process that involves you having the 17 digit vehicle identification number, a computer and an internet connection. A New Jersey vehicle title search is part of the vehicle history report. You can find out if that vehicle has a clean title, salvaged title, recalls and safety issues and much more. Most people want to run a NJ vehicle title search because they are in the market for a used car, truck, motorcycle or SUV. This report can offer a lot of insights into the real value of a vehicle as well as peace of mind that there are no pre-existing conditions that can cause costly repairs or safety issues down the road.

New Jersey Vehicle Title SearchHow to Decode a New Jersey VIN

A vehicle that is sold in New Jersey has the same format VIN as any other state. A VIN, or vehicle identification number, is a 17 digit alpha-numeric code that is registered by the manufacturer. This VIN code describes all the manufacturing essential information about the vehicle such as; body type, engine, transmission, safety code, etc.. Each VIN is also unique, meaning and no two are a like. This is like a social security number for a vehicle. There are a multitude of safe and free VIN decoder resources on the internet, like With your NJ VIN you can also run a vehicle history report, which will cost a few bucks but it’s a worth while purchase if you are looking to buy a new car, truck, SUV or motorcycle. This report will let you know if there are any issues you should know about. It’s considered a “best practice” procedure to purchase this report if you are serious about buying a used vehicle.

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What do I need to lookup a New Jersey Vehicle Title?

All you will need is the VIN or vehicle identification number of the vehicle you want to lookup the NJ vehicle title for. The VIN is a 17 alpha-numeric code that is unique to very vehicle. It can be found stamped in various places on the vehicle as well as on the registration and title cards

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  1. says:

    Daniel, you’ll need to order another copy of your NJ car title from the motor vehicle department directly

  2. says:

    The us mail lost my title in the mail i have have a photo of title need to get a copy so i can sell

  3. says:

    Patty, that is quite a predicament indeed. Unfortunately we cannot directly advise you on the course of direction to take. You can try contacting the NY MVC directly to see if there is a way they can assist you. You can contact them over the phone @ 609-292-6500

  4. says:

    Hi ! I am a title clerk at a NYS dealership , We had a New Jersey resident purchase a vehicle from us and was financed through GM Financial. GM is contacting us because they are saying the lien was not place on the vehicle title. I have tried several times to contact the buyer but have gotten no response back. As in our dealer agreement with GM Financial, it is our responsibility to make sure the lien is placed. Can you advise me on how I might go about doing this ? Any help with this matter is greatly appreciated.
    Thank you

  5. says:

    my daughters car is registered in her mothers name,which is my daughters mom just baught a new home and is wondering if she paid off car and is still taking car payments from her,she wants to know if it is paid off.thank you.

  6. says:

    I purchased a 1967 Chevrolet Corvair from a New Jersey resident. I was given a title that had appropriate signatures from the listed owner, but when I tried to search on the title, the system would not accept the VIN that was shown on the title form I had received.

    The VIN that appears on the title has 11 letters and numbers.

    What should I do to verify the legal status of this vehicle?

  7. says:

    Michelle, you will need to obtain a NJ vehicle title in the mail, an email does not suffice for any official purposes

  8. says:

    Can the title be emailed to me if I give all the information?

  9. says:

    Normand, it’s important to verify information on the New Jersey vehicle title before registering to make sure the owner is the one selling you the vehicle and that you will be able to register it with your local DMV

  10. says:

    i am interested in buying 1967 car ,has no title

  11. says:

    Dolores, you will want to reach out to the New Jersey MVC directly to obtain a duplicate vehicle title. You can order a copy online through the NJ MVC website. There is a nominal fee and processing may take several weeks

  12. says:

    I need to sell my car but I have misplace my title.

  13. says:

    Anthony, unfortunately we do not show the lien holder on that NJ vehicle title. You may want to contact the New Jersey DMV directly about what lien holder is on the current New Jersey vehicle title

  14. says:

    I need to know what bank is on the title as lien holder. The Vin# 1GKS2MEF0DR305723.

  15. says:

    How to get a duplicate NJ car title

    In order to get a duplicate copy of your NJ car title you will need to contact the NJ MVC directly. You can visit their MVC website and complete the form OS/SS-UTA online. There will be a nominal fee for this duplicate New Jersey car title and it will mailed once processed

  16. says:

    I am moving to California and would like to bring my vehicle and register in California but I can not find Title of my Vehicle.
    Can I get my vehicle title that is register in New Jersey?
    Vehicle is register in my name in New Jersey and I have driving license from New Jersey

Last Updated: 2020-11-04

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