Motor Vehicles & License plates

  1. New Vehicles
  2. Used Vehicles
  3. Moving to Tennessee
  4. Replacement of Lost TN Titles
  5. Noting of Lien
  6. Selling of Vehicle
  7. Disabled Person Plate / Placard
  8. Renewals
  9. Military Plates
  10. Specialty or Personalized License Plates
  11. Organ Donor Awareness

Purchaser needs to have in their possession Manufacturer Statement of Origin (MSO), completed by dealer and purchaser and odometer statement.  Also, need a bill of sale stating the amount of tax collected and lien holder information (if applicable). If vehicle is purchased out of state and sales tax is lower than Tennessee, then the difference will be collected at time of registration.

Purchaser will need to provide (photo) proof of identification and proof of residency when titling and registering a vehicle.

Proof of Residency