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Old 12-06-2013, 11:51 AM   #1
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lost title expidited procurement?

any way besides going all the way to washington ave?
I saw some private co can do it online then by snail mail, but the lady with dmv said I might be waiting 3 weeks till I recieve it.
And yes its in my name, no liens. Its just lost
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Old 12-06-2013, 11:54 AM   #2
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any way besides going all the way to washington ave?
I saw some private co can do it online then by snail mail, but the lady with dmv said I might be waiting 3 weeks till I recieve it.
And yes its in my name, no liens. Its just lost
The one on Washington has windows just for titles so there is no wait. If not you can just pay a local title company to do it for you. I believe all they need is a copy of your drivers license and information on the vehicle.
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The one on Washington has windows just for titles so there is no wait. If not you can just pay a local title company to do it for you. I believe all they need is a copy of your drivers license and information on the vehicle.
If I had wheels id just run down there but I had a little getoff wednesday.
Anybody work for a title company near zip 77070 or 77375?
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you need a ride, I may have to go to the office to register a few big rigs.
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you need a ride, I may have to go to the office to register a few big rigs.
Tomballs a long way from conroe man.

Just talked to a title co svc and they want $75 to handle it.
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Tomballs a long way from conroe man.

Just talked to a title co svc and they want $75 to handle it.
That's the best way. Would take 2 hours and $40 in gas just to get from Tomball to Washington Ave and back so $75 is a steal.
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Hopefully somebody works for one and can beat that deal.
If not my sister will run me down there monday, I get it same day, settle with ins co next week and get another ride
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Tomballs a long way from conroe man.

Just talked to a title co svc and they want $75 to handle it.
vs. the ~$3 fee if you walk up to the window. Just saying.

but yeah, without transportation, it's a . If I was on that side of town I'd be happy to give you a ride, but I'm on the opposite side of town.

Guess the bike was totaled then?
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Mail doesnt take that long. I just did mine but make sure you have your paperwork in order and its cheaper only 2 dollars I believe. The office on Washington is REALLY nice and way better than the tax office. I was in their MAYBE 10 minutes last time but you pay so much more when you go into the building. The charge for going in was 5.45 I believe lol .45 cents really?

mailing it in is way easier if not in a rush
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vs. the ~$3 fee if you walk up to the window. Just saying.

but yeah, without transportation, it's a . If I was on that side of town I'd be happy to give you a ride, but I'm on the opposite side of town.
Dont really want dude to go 40 miles out of his way.
See above post. Worst case is sister will run me down there
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Mail doesnt take that long. I just did mine but make sure you have your paperwork in order and its cheaper only 2 dollars I believe. The office on Washington is REALLY nice and way better than the tax office. I was in their MAYBE 10 minutes last time but you pay so much more when you go into the building. The charge for going in was 5.45 I believe lol .45 cents really?

mailing it in is way easier if not in a rush
Need wheels man.
Where I live theres nothing. Not even a mickey ds within walking distance.
No grocery store within 3 miles.
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http://txdmv.gov/motorists/buying-or...-of-your-title

Here are the steps to applying for a certified copy of title by mail:

Complete Form VTR-34, Application for a Certified Copy of Title.
VTR-34 Application for a Certified Copy of Title

Enclose a copy of the owner's valid photo ID and $2 mail-in fee by check, cashier's check or money order payable to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles. An agent of the owner or lienholder must also provide a letter of signature authority on original letterhead, a business card or a copy of the agent's employee ID.
Mail the application to:
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1601 Southwest Parkway, Suite A
Wichita Falls, TX 76302

Man they got mine back to me in a few weeks last time I mailed one in. Just make sure you have everything required when you mail it in and its a snap.
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Old 12-06-2013, 12:37 PM   #13
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http://txdmv.gov/motorists/buying-or...-of-your-title

Here are the steps to applying for a certified copy of title by mail:

Complete Form VTR-34, Application for a Certified Copy of Title.
VTR-34 Application for a Certified Copy of Title

Enclose a copy of the owner's valid photo ID and $2 mail-in fee by check, cashier's check or money order payable to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles. An agent of the owner or lienholder must also provide a letter of signature authority on original letterhead, a business card or a copy of the agent's employee ID.
Mail the application to:
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Man they got mine back to me in a few weeks last time I mailed one in. Just make sure you have everything required when you mail it in and its a snap.
I appreciate the effort but I cant wait 3 weeks for my title.
Also storage fees would eclipse any gas and time expenses I will incur Monday
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Didn't realize dude. At least its not the tax office you have to go to. The TxDMV office on washington is quick, and painless. Probably one of the few government ran offices that actually doesn't suck and is not ran by a bunch of incompetent morons.
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Ive gotten a title from an office off 290, I guess that ones gone now.
Not that its much closer
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you can get a certified copy of title in the mail.
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Need wheels man.
Where I live theres nothing. Not even a mickey ds within walking distance.
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Pfft... I'm 30 miles from the closest grocery store.
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