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How Do I Sign My Title?

Vehicle titles are different in every state. To know how and where to properly sign your title, click on the link below for your state.

States Requiring Title Notarization
Important: If you live in one of the states requiring title notarization you must wait to sign your title in front of a public Notary. You must have your driver’s license or valid I.D. with you. The Notary will then witness your signature and notarize your title.

If you do not know someone who is a Notary, you can check with your bank, local UPS store, local law firm or even your insurance agency. Most of these businesses are likely to have a Notary on staff.
 

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