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New Mexico courts do not have a service that allows drivers to find information regarding traffic tickets online. If you have lost your NM traffic citation, you need to contact the county court where the violation took place. They will retrieve your lost information and provide you with instructions on what to do next. It is recomended that you act quickly in retrieving your traffic ticket information as each NM citation contains a due date by which you must address the traffic violation. Failure to do so may result in the NM MVD suspending your drivers license, along with other fines and administrative actions.
For more information: Traffic Tickets and Violations in New Mexico
If your pink slip has been lost, damaged or stolen, you must get a new copy in a New Mexico DMV office. When you visit a MVD office for a car title replacement be sure to complete the following documents:
- Application For Duplicate Certificate of Title
- Current car registration card
- Current driver's license
- Lienholder release if applicable
- Applicable fee
Submit the documents in original form or copied, if you are applying by mail. Once the MVD receives and processes your application for your new pink slip, the duplicate car title will be mailed to the address you have provided.
For more information: New Mexico Vehicle History Reports (VIN reports) by DMV.com
New Mexico vehicles that have been damaged to the point that it is uneconomical to repair them, are known as salvaged vehicles. If you own such a vehicle, you will get a total loss payment from your insurance company and you will be able to obtain a salvage certificate of title. This salvage certificate of title can be obtained at any local New Mexico DMV office.
For more information: Title Transfers or obtaining a New Certificate of Title in New Mexico
New Mexico drivers convicted of DUIs or DWIs need to install an Ignition Interlock Device (IID) on the motor vehicles they drive. The driver is required to breathe into the IID to start the vehicle. The IID then detects the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of the driver, and the engine will not start if the BAC is above the legal limit. Visit this page for more information on how to get an interlock ignition device.
For more information: DUI/DWI Information for New Mexico
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