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An ignition interlock device is a device that is sometimes mandated for a driver to have installed in their vehicle if they are convicted of driving while intoxicated. Only certain instances require that a driver obtain an ignition interlock device. As a condition of reinstating suspended drivers license, you may be responsible for the cost of an ignition interlock device. You can find out more information about these devices by visiting the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Ignition Interlock Device webpage.
For more information: DUI/DWI Information for Pennsylvania
To get a salvaged vehicle car title, visit a Department of Transportation office with the following items:
- Valid PA driver’s license
- Signed and completed Application for Nonrepairable or Salvage Certificate Form MV-6
The application will need to know select details about the vehicle, such as:
- Was it damaged in flood?
- Its make, model and odometer reading.
For more infromation: Title Transfers or obtaining a New Certificate of Title in Pennsylvania
When going through an address change checklist, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation may ask you to present certain documentation that confirms your new address. Acceptable documents include the following:
- Utility bills
- Mortgage statement
- Official document from your bank or financial institution
- PA car title
- PA car registration
- Voter Registration Card
- Any other official document with your new address
Make sure to contact the DOT ahead of time to find out if there are any additional documents you must present.
For more information: How to Handle a Change of Address in Pennsylvania
Yes, in addition to the county and state fees, you will be responsible for paying a late car registration renewal fee. This fee varies among counties, therefore, you are encouraged to contact your local drivers licensing office to learn about car registration renewal late fees.
For more information: How to Renew Your Vehicle Registration in Pennsylvania
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