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To request a replacement Certificate of Title, you will need your:
This information can be found on your registration.
You will also need your:
To request a replacement title online, you will need to provide your:
Companies must provide their FID number.
To request a replacement vehicle title in person, bring a completed Application for Duplicate Certificate of Title and applicable fee to:
You can pay with cash, check, or money order. Since payment methods vary by location, check what’s accepted at the site you will be visiting.
To request a replacement title by mail, you must send your completed application with a check or money order payable to MassDOT to:
Registry of Motor Vehicles
P.O. Box 55885
Boston, Massachusetts 02205-5885
You will receive your replacement Certificate of Title in the mail within 5 – 7 days.
If you obtained a loan for your vehicle and that loan has been paid off, check with your lienholder (e.g., bank) first to see if they have your title. If they do not, obtain a signed letter from the lienholder on their letterhead indicating that the loan has been paid off. The letter must also specify the year, make, vehicle identification number (VIN), and all titled owners. No faxes or photocopies of lien releases are acceptable. The lien release must be submitted with your application for a replacement title, regardless of the age of the loan.
Note: A lienholder's signature on an application for a replacement vehicle title does not constitute a lien release.
If the person to whom the title was issued has died, a copy of the letter of administration, court order, or affidavit of surviving spouse and a death certificate must accompany the application.
If you find the original title after the replacement is issued, you must surrender the original to the Registrar of Motor Vehicles.
If the title is mutilated or illegible, you must submit it with the application for a replacement.