To register the vehicle you must provide the following:
- Application for registration and certification title.
- Current registration certificate and certificate of title if registering a used vehicle.
- Bill of sale.
- Current Connecticut insurance card.
- Identification, such as driver’s license, learner’s permit, or ID card.
Can I register a car without a license in NC?
You’ll need to bring a valid photo ID, proof of income, proof of address, and information about any current vehicle loans. You also won’t be able to register your vehicle with the North Carolina DMV without a valid driver’s license, which means you won’t be able to get license plates.
How much does it cost to get your car registered in NC?
Fees Associated With Registering Your Vehicle
These extra costs vary by city and county, but you can generally expect the following fees across the state (as of 2018): Base Registration Fee: $36. Electric Vehicle Fee: $130. Instant Title: $98.
What is needed to sell a car in NC?
Sign the title with the seller and make sure to have it notarized. Get a lien release from the seller. Make sure that the seller provides you with an Eligible Risk Statement for Registration and Certificate of Title, a Damage Disclosure Statement and an Odometer Disclosure Statement. Complete the Title Application.
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