There are online “title” websites that charge $300, $400, $500 and more to get you a title, using this “trick” that really only costs $76. ($48 for a motorcycle). You can do it yourself very easily and avoid excessive, predatory, or capitalistic fees. Some people call it the Vermont loophole, some call it title recovery. Either way, it is a method used by millions of car buyers to get a lost title to a vehicle, sometimes abandoned cars.
You can also visit our other website CarTitles.com for more detailed information, along with the option to have us do the whole process for you. (There are also other methods of getting a title, such as magistrate title, bonded title, prior owner contact, and lien release described on that site.) Click here to visit CarTitles.com
The Vermont title loophole works because the state of Vermont is a non-titling jurisdiction. This means that they give registrations instead of titles for vehicles older than 15 years. For that reason, the registration provided is a valid document that can be used in other states to exchange for a title. You will even receive license plates. There are a few other non-titling states, but Vermont is the only one which will provide you this “registration ownership” to a resident outside of the state of Vermont.