Electronic Lien and Title in Nevada has many elements that may be challenging at times for vehicle lienholders to fully grasp. The following questions and answers include general questions lienholders often have about the electronic lien and title system in Nevada. It should help clarify the basic procedures and concepts of our Nevada ELT electronic lien and title program. After reading through our Nevada Electronic Lien and Title FAQs, should you still have questions, please call 1 (888) 675-7477 or write to us.
*Please note that these questions and answers have been created with the assistance of the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles and represent Nevada ELT's understanding of the way the Nevada DMV intends for the Nevada Electronic Lien and Title system to function. They are provided as a general guide but should not be relied on as a substitute for your counsel. Please consult with the DMV.gov website and attorney to clarify any outstanding questions or queries and to check for updated policies. You can rely on the Nevada ELT system always being up-to-date and fully 100% compliant with Nevada DMV ELT rules.
If you are named as the lienholder on a Nevada title you need to register and use the Nevada electronic lien and title service. Likewise, if you currently have a license from the Nevada Department of Financial Institutions and you are engaged in the business of placing vehicle liens, you need to register. Register with us for electronic lien and title service online and comply with DMV mandates.
Soon after you register for a Nevada electronic lien and title account with Nevada ELT, we'll email you a (Nevada ELT DMV Registration Form) to sign and mail back to us. This form is required by the DMV and allows a unique ELT Identification number to be assigned to you. The ELT ID number is used when placing a lien in Nevada.
USA ELT, the providers of the Nevada ELT service, are very well suited and capable of providing outstanding service for Nevada electronic liens and titles and relied upon by thousands of lienholders throughout the United States. We have been working with lienholders since 2003 and have been a certified provider for the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles since 2016.
We have industry leading software developers that make the system(s) you use reliable, easy and efficient, the friendliest and most knowledgeable support staff, and strong management that work to continuously enhance service offerings that help you comply with state regulations and focus on your business.
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