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Title + Registration in Ohio Instead of going to a County Clerk of Courts Title Office for your title transfer and the Deputy Registrar License Agency for your registration, eTags can take of the entire process for you. All online.
Transfers of ownership cannot be submitted electronically using the ELT process. DPS did not build the interface used by lienholders for this process; lienholders can choose from a number of third-party service providers doing business in Ohio.
What Do You Need To Transfer A Car Title? To transfer a car title in Ohio, the seller needs to transfer the title to the buyer with a notarized signature. The buyer will also need to fill out a title application and possibly an odometer disclosure.
You need to complete the OH vehicle title application and fill out an odometer disclosure statement (if applicable) with the vehicle's seller. All the necessary paperwork needs to be taken to your local Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) along with payment for all applicable vehicle titling fees.
What Do You Need To Transfer A Car Title? To transfer a car title in Ohio, the seller needs to transfer the title to the buyer with a notarized signature. The buyer will also need to fill out a title application and possibly an odometer disclosure.
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Title Related Fees Archive Fee (Manufactured Homes, House Trailers, Built Homes only)$5.00Duplicate Certificate of Title$15.00Replacement Certificate of Title$15.00Lien Notation on Existing Title$15.00Lien Notation with Title Transfer$15.006 more rows
Transfers of ownership cannot be submitted electronically using the ELT process. DPS did not build the interface used by lienholders for this process; lienholders can choose from a number of third-party service providers doing business in Ohio.
Ohio does not legally require its citizens to provide a bill of sale, but it's usually a good idea to create one anyway for tax purposes. When you sell your car, also make sure to keep your license plates. They can either be turned over to the BMV, or re-registered to another vehicle.
What Do I Need to Bring to the Title Office? Application(s) for Certificate of Title to a Motor Vehicle (form BMV 3774) Manufacturer's Certificate of Origin (MCO) Sales tax on the purchase price (sales tax rates by county) Payment for title fees, including a lien holder notation (if applicable)
What Do I Need to Bring to the Title Office? Original Ohio title. Certified copy of the death certificate. Application(s) for Certificate of Title to a Motor Vehicle (Form BMV 3774) A government-issued driver license or identification card. Payment for title fees.

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