New Car Title
Getting your New Car Title
Any time a vehicle changes ownership, taking care of the title transfer is a critical part of the process. Fortunately, Car-Title.org is here to make it easy for you. Our staff has researched the title transfer process for every state, so all the information you need is right here at your fingertips. Just select your state and click "Get Started."
New Title and Title Transfers in Arkansas
How to get a new and transfer title in Arkansas
When you receive your car title it is a legal representation that you can drive your car and that you own it. When you go to purchase a new vehicle you must get a new title in Arkansas within 30 days. If you are selling a car or giving it as a gift you will need to tranfer over your title to the new owner.
Getting a title for a new vehicle:
When you go to buy a new vehicle the dealer will usually take care of the paperwork and fees associated with getting a new title. If you decide you would like to handle the process on your own you have that option available.
Tranferring a title on a used vehicle:
- The current title with the donor signing the title over to you. The title must include the federal odometer disclosure if the vehicle is less than ten years old.
- You must have a completed bill of Sale signed by the new owner and previous owne and make sure to get it notarized.
- If there is no proof of the odometer reading on the title and the vehicle is less than 10 years old make sure to obtain an odometer statement and include that.
- The application completed.
- The original or copy of the vehicle's financing statement or security agreement.
- Proof of liability insurance coverage.
- Proof that you paid property taxes.
- A certificate of vehicle identification number.
- Title fee is $5.
- Transfer fee is $1.
- Lien filing fee is $0.50.
- Sales and use tax of 6% of the taxable purchase price if the gross purchase price is equal to or exceeds $2500.
- Local taxes may be applicable depending on the city or county of residence.