The DMV made a mistake on your auto title? While the DMV may not be quick to acknowledge that they made an error on your title; there is the high possibility that they could've made an error due to the realm of clerical errors and omissions. Before you march to the DMV demanding a change; read this post first! In some of my other postings, I've highlighted auto title errors that are usually made by individuals (buyers, sellers, dealers, etc.), however the focus here will be on the DMV making errors on auto titles. With that in mind, I will address the following matters in this post: Types of errors that the DMV make on auto titles, tips for preventing and spotting DMV errors, actions to take regarding DMV title errors.
TYPES OF ERRORS THAT THE DMV MAKE ON AUTO TITLES
The following are the most frequent errors that the DMV make on auto titles:
TIPS FOR PREVENTING AND SPOTTING DMV ERRORS
Time is the main tip in preventing and spotting DMV errors is to check your title and or registration before leaving the DMV or when receiving it in the mail. Doing this immediately is key, because the data is still fresh (same day-a few weeks old) and the DMV will be able to change the information quickly. However, should you wait to look over your credentials; there could be a delay regarding the need for a correction.
Another act of prevention is to make copies of your title and paperwork beforehand, that way if an error occurs; you can cross-reference it with what DMV has.
ACTIONS TO TAKE REGARDING DMV TITLE ERRORS
What should you do if you believe that the DMV made an error on your auto title? Regard the following, if there is a DMV related error on your title:
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