|Other Tag Types
Buyer and seller both need to bring the same items to DMV: (1) title, (2) driver's license, (3) current mileage on your vehicle, (4) proof of insurance on your vehicle, (5) your plate, and (6) a screwdriver. If your vehicle has a lien on it, then fill out an MV-35 form and send it to the bank that finances your vehicle. This form instructs the bank to mail the original title to the DMV of your choosing. Once the DMV receives your title, they will contact you, at which point you can meet to complete the tag switch. Make sure to put an email address on the MV-35 for fastest notification.
Yes! As of November 2021, you can release a retained tag to anyone, not just immediate family. The seller needs to sign an MV-72 form (download here), sign it before a Notary Public, and give the original notarized form to the buyer. The buyer can take the form to DMV with their title, driver's license, mileage, and insurance to claim the tag.
No lien on either vehicle: $120
One lien: $140
Two liens: $160
(Fees are $35 per title (x2), $20 tag switch fee (x2), $5 sticker fee (x2), plus $20 per lien.
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|C122||1988 Toyota 4RUNNER||Magnolia|
|C250||2009 Suzuki Equator||Magnolia|
|C286||2020 Ford Transit||Ocean View|
|C506||2004 Chev Suburban||Lewes|
|C656||1997 GMC Sierra||Clayton|
|C727||2006 Chevrolet Suburban||Bridgeville|
|C857||1988 Chevrolet V30||Ellendale|
|PC65||2008 Subaru Outback||Wilmington|
|PC152||2007 Cadillac SRX||Lincoln|
|PC424||2006 Chrysler Town & Country||Lincoln|
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