<![CDATA[REDLINE REGISTRATION SERVICES - Updates]]>Sun, 02 Aug 2020 02:05:25 -0700Weebly<![CDATA[Adding/Removing family members from title]]>Fri, 31 Jul 2020 04:23:52 GMThttp://redlineregistration.com/autoregistration/addingremoving-family-members-from-title
California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) allows owners to update ownership members on the certificate of title. If you ever wondered: Can I add my wife as a registered owner to my title? How can I remove my husband from title? How can I add my son or daughter as a registered owner? You are just a few forms and signatures away from completing this process...

removing a owner from title

In the event that there are multiple owners on title and you want to add or remove a registered owner, here the steps to take: 
  1. Check to see if there is an "AND" or "OR" between owners. "OR" would mean that you only need ONE of the owners to update title information or sell the vehicle. However, if there is an "AND" you will need both owner signatures to make any updates. 
  2. Owners must sign 1a. and 1b ("OR") will only need 1 registered owner signature. 
  3. The registered owner will sign as both the "seller" and "new buyer". Don't forget to date it. 
  4. If the vehicle is 10 years old or newer you will need to add the current mileage in the odometer reading boxes.
  5. Unless there is a lien holder  printed on the lower left hand side of the title, leave signature line 2. BLANK. 
  6. Flip the title over and fill out the "New Registered Owner" section (line 3a, 4, 5, 6), this is a good time to update a new mailing address if needed (line 7 & 8). The owner that will stay as a registered owner will fill out this section. Don't forget to date and sign (line 9a).
  7. In the lien holder section below enter "none" if there will be no lien holder. 
  8. You will need to fill out a Statement of Facts (reg 256) to be exempt from sales tax and smog (if applicable)
  9. That's it! Take your paperwork to Redline Registration Services to complete the transfer and receive your new registration card and sticker (if applicable). 

Adding an owner to title

If you want to add a family member or friend, it can be done in the following steps:
  1. Decide whether you want the additional owner to be John Smith "AND" Jane Smith or John Smith "OR" Jane Smith. Remember, "AND" means you will need both signatures in the future to make title updates or transfer ownership (i.e selling the car). 
  2. Owners must sign 1a. and 1b.  
  3. The registered owner will sign as both the seller and new buyer. Don't forget to date it. 
  4. If the vehicle is 10 years old or newer you will need to add the current mileage in the odometer reading boxes.
  5. Unless there is a lien holder printed on the lower left hand side of the title, leave signature line 2. BLANK. 
  6. Flip the title over and fill out the "New Registered Owner" section (line 3a, 4, 5, 6), this is a good time to update a new mailing address if needed (line 7 & 8). Both the current and newly added registered owners will need to date and sign (line 9a & line 9b).
  7. In the lien holder section below enter "none" if there will be no lien holder. 
  8. You will need to fill out a Statement of Facts (reg 256) to be exempt from sales tax and smog (if applicable). 
  9. Take the paperwork to Redline Registration Services to complete the process and issue an updated registration card & sticker (if applicable). ​
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<![CDATA[Out of state title transfers]]>Thu, 28 May 2020 05:35:09 GMThttp://redlineregistration.com/autoregistration/out-of-state-title-transfersPicture

how to register a non resident vehicle in california

Non resident or out of state vehicles can be registered in California with just a few easy steps. Here are the requirements and documentation needed 
  • An Application for Title or Registration (REG 343) form completed and signed. The new buyer and lien holder (if applicable) must sign.
  • The last issued out-of-state title. This verifies ownership of the vehicle. 
  • Verification of Vehicle (REG 31) form. This verification can be completed by a licensed vehicle verifier such as Redline Registration Services.
  • Trailers (except trailer coaches or park trailers) require:
  • A smog certification from a California smog station is required for the following vehicles:
    — 1976 and newer year models (motorcycles are exempt).
    — Diesel 1998 and newer year models with a gross vehicle weight under 14,001 pounds (diesel hybrids included).
    — Natural gas or propane-powered with a GVWR under 14,001 pounds.
  • The out-of-state license plates. However, you may keep the license plates if they are:
    — Expired.
    — Required to be returned to the state they were issued from.
    — For an interstate-registered vehicle (maintaining full registration in California and another state).
  • Applicable registration, transfer, and use tax fees.

where to complete the transfer

Individuals may complete the out of state transfer with their local DMV or a third party service like Redline Registration Services to get you instant transfers, registration cards, stickers and license plates. 
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<![CDATA[how to complete customer registrations for retail dealers]]>Thu, 21 May 2020 21:39:36 GMThttp://redlineregistration.com/autoregistration/how-to-complete-customer-registrations-for-retail-dealers RSS Feed

Attention California used car dealers! Completing your customers reports of sale has never been easier with the help of Redline Registration Services. Once we approve your dealership in our system--our process to get registration cards, stickers and/or plates to your customers is quick and easy. 

Step 1

Contact us and get your dealership registered by providing your dealer number. Then scan/email (hello@redlineregistration.com) or fax (510-470-3026) your ROS, title and other supporting documents to us. 

step 2

One of our knowledgeable representatives will pre-approve your documents and contact you directly to complete the transaction.

step 3

Once your report of sale documents are processed, the dealer has the option of picking up their DMV registration cards, stickers, and/or plates at our store OR we will mail to your dealership at no additional cost! (Some dealers may be eligible for mobile service at their dealership, please contact us for details). 

Step 4

After the transaction is complete, dealers may mail or drop off their original documents to us, and that's it!! 
Contact Store Manager
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<![CDATA[CA moving permits]]>Thu, 21 May 2020 21:08:55 GMThttp://redlineregistration.com/autoregistration/ca-moving-permits
Vehicle registration permits are issued by DMV or business partners like Redline Registration to the owner or agent acting with the owner's knowledge and consent to legally operate or move a vehicle on California
roadways when the vehicle has current registration fees on deposit or valid planned non-operation (PNO) status on record. 
Vehicle registration permits must be:
  • Obtained prior to the vehicle being driven, moved, towed, parked, or left standing on public streets or highways.
  • Readily available for inspection by law enforcement.
  • Presented to DMV, upon request, when the vehicle is registered.
**: Vehicle liability insurance laws must be valid when operating a vehicle on a moving permit.

1 day permits

We issue vehicle moving permits for $25 and is valid for one day and issued to allow movement of vehicles:
  • With a PNO on file from the current place of storage to another place of storage.
  • To or from a garage or repair shop for the purpose of repairs or alteration.
  • If you dismantling or wrecking a vehicle.
  • From one place to another for the purpose of:
  • —     Inspection by DMV or the California Highway Patrol (CHP).
    —     Assignment of VIN or VIN verifications.
    —     Inspection of pollution (smog) control devices.
    —     Weighing the vehicle.
    —     Obtaining brake/light inspections.
  • That are incomplete or under construction.
  • From an impound yard.
The date you choose must be within 60 days from the issue date. 
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<![CDATA[How to register a salvage vehicle]]>Tue, 19 May 2020 23:46:42 GMThttp://redlineregistration.com/autoregistration/how-to-register-a-salvage-vehicle
Salvage title vehicles have always been popular and yet intimating to many. Most people because they obtained a great deal that could not be passed up or want to resell it. Here is a simple step by step process on how to register a salvage/revived junk vehicle: 
Most buyers in California buy their salvage units from these sources: Insurance Auto AuctionsCopart or public platforms such as Craigslist. If you are unsure on how to valuate a vehicle you can check out this article to learn the fundamentals of placing a valuation on a unit. Be sure to have a budget in place so that the buy will be worth your time.

GET THE PROPER SALVAGE CERTIFICATIONS

During this stage, the dealer should be ready to get the salvage vehicle certified for re-sale. Certifications include:
  • Brake & light certificate
    • Must be completed by an authorized station
  • VIN verification
    • Previously salvaged California vehicles being re-registered for on-highway use may be inspected by an authorized DMV employee or referred to the California Highway Patrol (CHP)
    • Previously salvaged nonresident vehicles being re-registered for must be referred to the CHP for inspection.
  • Smog certificate

Complete dmv registration

Completing the DMV paperwork to receive a registration card and sticker is quick and easy with a trip to a registration service provider such as Redline Registration Services
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