Pennsylvania’s Vehicle Code allows issuing agents who are dealers licensed by the State Board of Vehicle Manufacturers, Dealers and Salespersons and who have 85, 86 or 87 Dealer Identification Numbers (DINs) or the dealer’s employees to verify signatures in lieu of notarization.
Pennsylvania drivers with those expired registration stickers have two choices – remove them from your vehicle or make sure you are prepared just in case you get pulled over out of state.
Effective immediately, if your customer is doing a transfer or renewal of their registration, the $5 Fee for Local Use must be charged if you are located in a county participating in the Fee for Local Use ordinance.
Pennsylvania’s new driver’s license design is on track to be available starting Aug. 9, 2017.
According to Automotive News, purchasers of the 840-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will require a notarization. And not just a typical title transfer or registration.
PennDOT introduced the “next generation” Pennsylvania driver’s license and photo identification (ID) cards, which will be phased in over the next four years and replace the current products.
PAN has received the following information from several motor vehicle online service providers:
Per new PennDOT regulations, effective January 1, 2017, motor vehicle agents will no longer be permitted to select CHECK as a method for payment for any title work processed online.
All information requested on motor vehicle applications must be completed prior to submitting the applications to the Department of Transportation.
PennDOT treats a minor the same as an adult when it comes to titling and registration.
Exton Auto Tags and Malvern Auto Tags are looking to hire both full-time and half-time employees with current notary commissions and experience in auto tags online service and counter work.